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The Former Borussia Dortmund boss though was forgiving of his players failing to score many goals.

Liverpool boss, Jurgen klopp has said that he would have wanted his team to beat Manchester United with a wider goal margin in their Premier League clash on Sunday.

The match ended 2-0, with goals from Virgil van Dijk and Mohamed Salah ensuring all three points for the Reds and putting them 16 points clear of second-placed Manchester City in the Premier League.

“I enjoyed the game a lot. I would have preferred we’re 2, 3, 4-0 up after 60 minutes – good for nerves,” the German told post press conference.

Liverpool took the lead through a Virgil van Dijk header in the 14th minute but had to wait until added time to make sure of the win with a breakaway goal from Mohamed Salah

The Borussia Dortmund boss though was forgiving of his players failing to score many goals.

“I understand sometimes concentration levels drop. In the past I would have gone crazy, but now I’m calm,” he said.

“We played sensational football and maybe should have scored more.” 

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