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Jurgen Klopp blasted his Liverpool players for the manner of Leicester’s third goal in Saturday’s latest dismal defeat.

The Reds saw a 1-0 lead evaporate at the King Power Stadium as they lost 3-1 to heap further doubt on their top four hopes.

And Klopp was left stunned at the manner of his side’s collapse.

“The game was really good then we concede these two goals,” Klopp told BT Sport.

“The third one obviously we lost the ball too easy, one pass and they are done. That’s something I don’t like because we were obviously much too open in that moment.

“That’s really, I told the boys already, not okay. But that’s the situation we’re in.”

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James Maddison’s equaliser had been awarded after a lengthy VAR check, and the decision left Klopp surprised.

Klopp was unhappy with his players

Klopp was unhappy with his players
(Image: BT Sport)

“We conceded a goal that was a really tough one to take. I know we discuss a lot about VAR but I think we all agree it was a turning point in the game,” he said.

“I saw it now, a couple of times, the goal and the moment when they stop the situation where you look at who is offside he [Maddison] hadn’t even touched the ball yet.

“So that means it is still an individual decision of someone who decides if it is offside or not offside.

“And that’s really hard because for me it looked like a clear offside in that moment because he has to touch the ball, that’s the moment when offside is yes or no.

“And when I saw it now, and when Bobby’s [Firmino’s] foot should be a little bit closer than whatever they throw in there. That’s it. It was a turning point.

“The second goal is a misunderstanding. We spoke about before that we need to get used to each other so we were used to each other until the goal happened, 75 minutes or so.”

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