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    Tuesday, 5 February 2019

    Robertson reveal what Klopp told team players behind scene after West Ham draw

    Andy Robertson has revealed Jurgen Klopp's reactions towards Liverpool players after their 1-1 draw with West Ham United

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    Liverpool's five points lead at the top of the Premier League table was reduced to just three points after a 1-1 draw at the London Stadium.

    It was apparently a repetition of their nightmare faced at Anfield against Leicester as Sadio Mane's opener was canceled - this time by  Michail Antonio, also from a set-piece.

    The Reds are now one game defeat clear to fall-off their No.1 spot in the League table to Manchester City and Robertson says Klopp was unhappy with his players after the setback.

    Robertson told Sky Sports: "Of course he wasn't happy with the way we played but it's another point.

    "You know, he doesn't say much after games, he's more one to sleep on it and gather his thoughts and say tomorrow because I think he gets a better picture.

    "So we’ll see what he says tomorrow but I don’t think anything needs to be said.

    "All the lads know, we spoke about it ourselves. It was just a poor performance, we didn't take out chances and probably gave them too much space at times as well."

    Robertson was later questioned whether nerve were to blame for another disappointing night.

    The Scotland skipper added: "I wouldn't say nerves are showing – did anyone say that when City picked up no points against Palace and Leicester? I don't think they did.

    "Look, it's no different for us. A lot of people talk about pressure because we've not been in this position but it's February. I think everyone needs to relax and enjoy the run-in.

    "I'm sure a lot of teams would like to be in our position. Nerves aren't showing in the changing room, it's just been two poor results and poor performances. It happens during a long season."

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