OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER believes Jurgen Klopp is having a Rafa Benitez-style meltdown — ‘truth’.
Liverpool chief Klopp whined concerning the variety of penalties Manchester United get in comparison with his facet after defeat at Southampton on Monday.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hit again at Jurgen Klopp over the Liverpool boss’ penalty rantCredit score: PA:Press Affiliation
The German bemoaned his facet’s lack of spot-kicks after the defeat to Southampton on MondayCredit score: Getty Photographs – Getty
United boss Solskjaer hit again: “And that’s a truth, in all probability. That’s going to be my reply.
“It’s a indisputable fact that we’ve got received greater than him.”
It was a cheeky reference to Benitez’s 2009 press convention rant at Sir Alex Ferguson — when he saved saying ‘truth’ to again up his statements.
Solskjaer, who’s level on points with Klopp at the top of the Premier League, wonders why he and different managers have an obsession with United’s penalty awards.
He mentioned: “I don’t rely what number of penalties they’ve. So in the event that they wish to spend time worrying about after we get fouled within the field, I don’t spend time on that.”
Having failed to be awarded a penalty on Monday, Klopp moaned: “I hear now that Manchester United had extra in two years than I had in 5 and a half years. I’ve no thought if that’s my fault, or how that may occur.”
Because the begin of final season, United have been awarded 20 within the Premier League to Liverpool’s ten.
Forward of tonight’s Carabao Cup semi-final clash with Manchester City, Solskjaer reckons that rival managers could also be attempting to sway referees with their feedback.
He added: “I felt it labored final yr within the FA Cup semis — as a result of Frank Lampard spoke about it after which we had a nailed-on penalty we didn’t get. So possibly it’s a method of influencing referees.”
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Rafa Benitez famously went on his personal ‘truth’ monologue aimed toward Sir Alex Ferguson
Bruno Fernandes has benefited from his alternatives from 12 yards outCredit score: AFP