Train derails in Egypt's Kafr El-Sheikh, no major injuries: Officials    The people want peace, but not 'Talibanisation of the country, Afghanistan Chief Executive says    Egypt's FM orders preparations be completed ahead of overseas referendum    Egypt's Mufti urges citizens to take part in referendum on constitutional amendments    Death toll exceeds 200 in Tripoli fighting: WHO    Iraqi PM Abdul Mahdi met Saudi crown prince in Riyadh    Guardiola vows Manchester City will 'stand up' in title race after 'cruel' exit    Olympics:Tokyo ticket lottery to launch for domestic sales on May 9    'That's why we love football', says Spurs manager Pochettino    Moody's upgrades Egypt's rating to B2, expects more economic growth    Egypt's Sisi pardons prisoners on Sinai Liberation Day    At least 29 killed in Madeira when tourist bus veers off the road    Theatre on the border    The Brotherhood goes to Washington    Reining in inflation    The economic way ahead    Towards the referendum    Expected exit    Spectacular scene, favourable draw    The final draft    Flight prices go sky high    Sudanese demand ‘legitimate change'    Escaping expenses    ‘I don't want sympathy'    Pasta vegetable salad    Bundeli Kala Parishad troupe's Indian folk dance show at Al-Gumhouriya Theatre is a must go    Paris' Notre Dame    Screen blues    Towards the referendum    SODIC nets EGP 500m contractual sales from Allegria Residence project    Egypt's trade exchange with India likely to hike by over 128% to reach $8bn    Qatar calls for activating arms embargo against LNA    Two refereed to Mufti for death penalty over Helwan Church attack    World leaders react to Notre Dame Cathedral fire tragedy    Parliament approves constitutional amendments allowing Al-Sisi extra term till 2030    WFC appoints Mohamed Abdel Salam as chairperson    Ministry of Health denies halting postgraduate medical training    Syria fuel shortages, worsened by US sanctions, spark anger    Featuring Egypt's rightful place under the Sun    First Egyptian integrated dance show spotlights charm of dancing with disability    Vatican willing to offer technical know-how to help restore Notre-Dame    German Football Ambassador 2019: Klopp, Kroos, Podolski on the list    Police forces foil militant attack in South Sinai's Ayon Moussa    Current president shall be allowed to run for one more 6-year term ending 2030: Parliament    Al-Azhar condemns racist chants against Liverpool's Mohamed Salah    Mentally frail Borussia Dortmund relying on individual brilliance    Egypt's first heavy metal band returns to Cairo after 6 years of absence    In the company of the philosopher Roshdi Rashed in Paris    

Thank you for reporting!
This image will be automatically disabled when it gets reported by several people.

No guarantees that Liverpool's perfect start will go on, says Klopp
Published in Ahram Online on 15 - 09 - 2018

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp labelled Saturday's 2-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur his side's best game of the season but warned that their perfect start did not mean they could expect a trouble-free ride in the Premier League.
“We've won a few games and that's good, very good, but it doesn't change anything,” Klopp said as Liverpool stayed at the top of the league after their fifth win from five games.
“This game was really good and I'm happy with my squad but we even had problems with this game so we'll have problems during the season. How we'll deal with that I have no idea.
“I'm not the type of person who waits for problems but I'm old enough to know they will come. I'm long enough in this business to know that nobody plays a perfect season. Even (Manchester) City last year did not play the perfect season.”
Liverpool, enjoying their best start to a season since the 1990-91 campaign, had plenty of chances to make the result more comfortable at Wembley, dominating for long periods of the second half after their goals by Georginio Wijnaldum and Roberto Firmino.
Erik Lamela's late goal for Spurs ensured a nervy ending but the result never appeared in doubt, much to Klopp's delight.
“For me the performance was better than the result,” Klopp said. “You need an outstanding performance to win and that's what the boys delivered today. We could have scored more and we controlled the game.
“It was our best game of the season for sure. It was a very good performance, maybe our best against Tottenham. But only five percent less and we would probably have lost.
“Tottenham won't be happy but because we were so good it was difficult for them today. We deserved to win.”
(For more sports news and updates, follow Ahram Online Sports on Twitter at @AO_Sports and on Facebook at AhramOnlineSports.)

Clic here to read the story from its source.