"We don't play PlayStation".
Jurgen Klopp, meanwhile, made his approach clear with the second-string side named in Liverpool's FA Cup defeat to Wolves back in January, but the German should be wise enough to avoid repeating that mistake in Europe, as it becomes a unsafe game if you start trying to pick and choose the matches you want to win or lose. It would be another big setback after a couple of minor slip-ups in the last month, it would add more doubts and that's what you don't want. It's a really disappointing question, I have to say.
When the reporter suggested he might have brought on another attacker, Klopp said it was not the right moment to take a cavalier approach. It's not like that.
"But scoring is not a final thing - I still have to work hard because everything you have done in football is forgotten and it's about the future".
Liverpool have a free midweek, as they prepare for a must-win game at home to Burnley on Sunday. "But of course it's not exactly what we wanted, but it's something [that] is easy to accept because, how I said, hard game".
'Of course, you'd never play to lose a game but it will be in Liverpool's favour if they have a clean run as they can get everyone fresh.
He then continued to discuss the incident on social media before making his account private, stating it was "just a bit of banter between Charlie and Klopp at the end".
"Maybe they are now afraid, huh?"
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