And in the 54th minute, Diaz headed in from a corner kick through former Leipzig player Dominic Zuboszlai. There Nicholas Jackson clears the ball with his hand after his position to the next corner kick.
As a result, the Reds raised their arms and the scene was checked by VAR before the corner kick was taken – but referee Anthony Taylor did not whistle for a penalty.
Another excitement came in the 77th minute. Klopp removed the star Mohamed Salah from the field, who seemed visibly angry and without shaking hands, and made his way to the bank. In an interview with Sky, Klopp said he can show his frustration very well, “If it has to be another question, so be it, that’s not a problem at all,” the 56-year-old continued.
Salah always believes he “can score”, which is exactly what Klopp likes about his striker. But in the last phase, the Reds lacked stability. Harvey Elliott and Ben Doc replaced Salah and Luis Diaz.
Even if there is no victory, Jurgen Klopp must go home satisfied. Klopp said, evaluating the course of the match, “We played at an early stage with strong boards and communicated well. Then we lost strange and unnecessary balls. We noticed: preparation is over, it’s Chelsea.” However, the home of Stuttgart was satisfied with winning the point.
It could also be: Even in his eighth year as LFC coach, the German has yet to lose in Premier League opening matches.
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