‘Legend finished it’ – 4 key takeaways from Klopp’s post-Wolves press conference – Liverpool FC

As one would expect, Divock Origi is the man in the limelight like Jurgen Klopp appeared in front of the press after Liverpool’s thrilling belated victory the wolf on Saturday.

Here are four key takeaways from Klopp’s post-match press conference at Molineux:

A game of persistence

WOLVERHAMPTON, ENGLAND - Saturday, December 4, 2021: Wolverhampton Wanderers captain Conor Coady finishes off a shot from Liverpool's Diogo Jota during the FA Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers FC and Liverpool FC at Molineux Stadium. (Photo by David Rawcliffe / Propaganda)

It has been a journey for the fans as it has been for Klopp on the touchline, with Liverpool’s finish sending the game down the line.

“We missed a lot of chances and had to defend on the counter-attack, that was the challenge today,” Klopp explained.

“We had to learn a little bit about how to play them but as the boys found out, it looked really, really good – except for the finish and the last pass.

“When you don’t score, you just keep going.”

Continue they did!

WOLVERHAMPTON, ENGLAND - Saturday, December 4, 2021: Liverpool's Divock Origi celebrates after scoring the winning goal through injury during the FA Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers FC and Liverpool FC at the Stadium Molineux. Liverpool won with a score of 1-0. (Photo by David Rawcliffe / Propaganda)

Psychological monsters and super-sub Origi are headlines and the boss can’t wipe the smile off his face when talking about the impact of his number 27.

Divock Origi, the legend, has come and completed it for us. I love it!

“He is an amazing finisher. We have seen it very often. It’s hard to get 500 minutes in this team because of the players we have.

“But Divock Origi He’s an incredible footballer and he’s great in these moments. He doesn’t need much time. It’s his game.

“Winning in the 95th minute is great, but when Div scores it’s even better! I’m glad he’s still here.”

Like the “good old days!”

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We’ve seen results like this in the past, a show of strength for the Reds and it makes the whole team’s flashback to previous years, one game in particular, stand out.

“We said it after the game, it’s like the good old days like two years ago when we really needed it badly – like when Aston Villa!

“It’s an important skill to stay positive and it’s not needed too often this season, but it’s still a hugely important skill.”

No luck here

WOLVERHAMPTON, ENGLAND - Saturday, December 4, 2021: Virgil van Dijk (R) of Liverpool celebrates with scorer Divock Origi after an injury scored the winning goal during the FA Premier League match between Wolverhampton Wanderers FC and Wolverhampton Wanderers FC. Liverpool FC at Molineux Stadium. Liverpool won with a score of 1-0. (Photo by David Rawcliffe / Propaganda)

The Red Devils had enough chances to continue their impressive feat of scoring at least twice in the previous 18 games, but that didn’t happen.

And while it took until the last minute to find a breakthrough, it was not a “victory by chance” in Klopp’s eyes.

“It’s not a win by chance, even if you score so late, in the sense that we went opportunity after opportunity and didn’t score.

“I think a point would be lucky for the wolf. ”

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