After receiving a 0-2 defeat at home yard Anfield, Liverpool's coach, Mr. Jurgen Klopp had to admit that the defeat against Atalanta was "a bad match". In other words, this result is completely deserved for Liverpool's expression.

Coach Klopp acknowledged Liverpool too badly, the 17-year nightmare recreated in Anfield
Liverpool received a pathetic failure against Atalanta (Photo source: Internet)

Liverpool received a pathetic failure against Atalanta

Klopp's statement received the agreement of many experts when Liverpool showed a pathetic face right from the first minute with a series of mistakes in defense. Even though the game is shown to attack the fairy, "The Kop" appears many holes in the defense.

"It's not a good game. Both teams don't create many opportunities until Atalanta has a scoring goal," coach Klopp said on the BBC Sport.

"A completely worthy failure. The match came hard to believe and clearly our team needed a little break. When the first half ended, you need to stabilize again, but for some players Less to the yard, they showed very stress. We cannot shape how to play in the second half, "Liverpool's coach added.

Coach Klopp acknowledged Liverpool too badly, the 17-year nightmare recreated in Anfield
Jurgen Klopp teachers have many mistakes in defense (source: Internet)

Jurgen Klopp teachers have many mistakes in the defense

"Liverpool is bad today. A real nightmare. Too horrible. I just hope it won't appear anymore. Let's go to the next step," Klopp concluded the lost of the team.

Failure 0-2 against Atalanta also marked the sad records of the Anfield Hall. According to Opta's statistics, the defeat against Atalanta was the first time Liverpool could not have a shot hit at Anfield in the Champions League since the 2003/04 season.

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Meanwhile, with just taking a shot to Atalanta (Salah at 44 minutes), this is the worst achievement in the first 45 minutes of this team at Anfield since January 2017. That shows the deadlock and disorder in the system that coach Klopp builds.

Another statistical number also made many liverpool fans depressed. It was Liverpool that lost the first match at home with a gap more than a table in 137 matches at Anfield under the coach Jurgen Klopp dynasty.

Obviously, although this defeat did not greatly affect the opportunity to continue in Liverpool's Champions League, it was the alarm bell with the Premier League champions of the slope without braking in the past time.