Klopp’s touchline cry at Robertson moment sums up Liverpool frustrations
Jurgen Klopp yelled "Why would you do that?" into the cold south coast air as Andre Marriner presented Andy Robertson with a yellow card.
The Liverpool left back had just needlessly lost the ball and committed a foul in a bid to get it back.
Whether Klopp 's frustrations were just at Robertson, at Marriner or a culmination of both events coming together is anybody's guess. But Klopp's frustrations were clear. And, according to the Liverpool Echo, it wasn't the only time Klopp was asking that question at St Mary's.
Liverpool went on to lose the clash 1-0, their second defeat of the season. The result also follows a 1-1 draw with West Brom and a 0-0 draw with Newcastle.
United, now level on points with their bitter rivals, have the chance to go top should they win their game in hand.
And, especially when compared to last season, Robertson's loss of the ball and subsequent foul must have felt like Liverpool's entire season of frustrations summed up in one moment.
Those sorts of mistakes didn't happen when they won the title. There was no defensive injury crisis, no flat performances and no lapses of concentration.
It seems now in football one or two bad results immediately get everyone worrying.
And despite Jamie Carragher's cries for Liverpool to make a signing in January, they are still very much top the table.
It is perhaps that there have been more moments of frustration for Klopp this season, such as Robertson's foul, as opposed to Liverpool stepping down a level.
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