Jurgen Klopp admits ‘obvious’ flaw has held Liverpool back

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has admitted that the ‘obvious’ flaw holding his team back earlier this season was consistency. Having spent most of this year between seventh and ninth in the Premier League table.

But the Reds have finally found form at the right time and Monday night’s 3-0 win over Leicester at the King Power Stadium. Was a seventh in a row in the league. They had otherwise struggled to put together more than two successive league wins this season. With even a run of four consecutive victories split in half split in half by the six-week break for the World Cup. the UFABET report

“There was only one way for us to do it, by pretty much winning all of our games. It is crazy but that was the situation we were in. We knew before the game that we would qualify for the Europa League if we won the game, which is absolutely great from where we have come from

Fifth-place Liverpool are now assured of playing. At least some form of European football next season. Which could yet be the Champions League. After closing the gap on both Newcastle and Manchester United ahead of them to just a single point – although, both do have a game extra to play.

“Six, seven weeks ago I didn’t believe it could happen.” Klopp said of guaranteeing European football will be played at Anfield in 2023/24.

“What we lacked at the time was obviously consistency,” he added.