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    Klopp: Liverpool Already Tried Everything to Win

    Sunday, December 11, 2016, December 11, 2016 EDT Last Updated 2016-12-12T02:02:09Z
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    Liverpool - Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp claimed to have been working hard to beat West Ham United. However, luck did not belong to the Reds.

    Liverpool in the mission looking for victory to keep the rivalry with Chelsea and Arsenal at home to West Ham at Anfield on Sunday (11/12/2016) evening hrs. Because last week they had just overthrown Bournemouth dramatically.

    Start okay Liverpool created with superior speed in the fourth minute goal by Adam Lallana. As previously cage matches, Liverpool seemed to be able to win with a big score.

    But West Ham did not give up and it gives the fierce resistance to the host. Liverpool then made trouble when West Ham took the lead through Dimitri Payet free kick and Michail Antonio.

    Fortunately, Liverpool quickly recovered in the second half when Divock Origi evened the score in the 47th minute. Unfortunately, Liverpool attempt to add a goal is always a stalemate.

    2-2 score lasted until the game was over that make Liverpool return loss figures. Reasonable results regrettable 'The Red' as they dominated the game by making 18 attempts, but only three are still on target.

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    "We've tried everything. The West Ham goal from a free kick and another one the fortunate. They were winning 2-1 and we play well in attack and should be better. We've tried everything. We are spending more time in the penalty box, in many situations, "said Klopp was quoted as saying by the BBC.

    "So we have to accept this draw. We were in the penalty box throughout the match. We need a little luck. The draw, of course, is not good but also not so bad," he continued.

    "Same as last week? No, these two games can not be compared. We draw. We played better. The goals that should be avoided. That's football. Emotions mixed, at least we still got the points."


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