"The result is a consequence of the performance". It was all justified as we crushed Arsenal.
The Reds got off to fiery start as the pace Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane caused a number of problems, while Peter Cech produced a good save to the Egyptian in the 10th minute. "There are some reasons but I don't think I have too much to comment on that now", he said.
Klopp was pleased that his team had come through their first test of their ability to combine midweek European action with, on paper at least, a tough Premier League test. "That is why today is even more disappointing".
"We're going to have to change something if we're to compete this year", he added.
"That means you cannot deal with it like you do when you have a clear number three, a clear number two - yes, Simon is a clear number one, but the others are not clear number twos and number threes, they are really strong goalkeepers".
"Of course it gives us confidence and now we go into the internationals and everybody's happy".
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The player that probably made one of the bigger impacts on the pitch was Olivier Giroud. "It's a long time that we haven't had that and it's very difficult to explain".
"But today the performance was not acceptable at that level". "It's not right to become too emotional just after the game, the disappointment is big enough", he said.
Second half continued in the same vein with the Gunners on the back foot and Liverpool resolute and dominant.
Goalkeeper Simon Mignolet also sat out the game after Klopp took the surprising decision to rest him. Leaving hungry new signings Sead Kolisanic and Alexandre Lacazette was something which shocked almost everyone when the team news was announced before the game, and the score-line actually left just a few surprised.
Which, you know, the Reds have done a pretty good job of so far, moreso this weekend than the previous one, but still.
"If I didn't believe we can do it, I would probably retire", he said.
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