LIVERPOOL -- Jurgen Klopp says the reaction to Liverpool's recent struggles have been overblown, suggesting there is a perception his side are "the worst team in the league."
Liverpool are currently winless in their last four matches after they were knocked out in the third round of the Carabao Cup by Leicester City on Tuesday night.
Klopp insists his players do have the character to help the side return to winning ways ahead of their return to Leicester on Saturday evening in the Premier League.
LIVERPOOL, England -- Liverpool winger Sadio Mane sat down with ESPN FC's Mark Ogden for an exclusive interview. Mane spoke about his recent red card against Manchester City, the Reds' start to the season and Philippe Coutinho's stay at Anfield this summer, as well as Senegal's hopes at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Q: How frustrating has Liverpool's start to the season been, especially since the 4-0 win against Arsenal?
A: Sometimes it can happen in football, but the most important thing is the...
The path from saviour to scapegoat is a short one at Anfield. Jurgen Klopp has to be careful that his career does not go down a blind alley.
Liverpool's 2-0 Carabao Cup defeat by Leicester City is not disastrous but it adds to the pressure building on him. The Reds return to the King Power Stadium in the Premier League on Saturday and the spotlight will be on the 50-year-old. Nearly two years into his tenure on Merseyside, questions remain about Liverpool's direction and there are no easy answers.