Liverpool had one of the worst seasons in the last few years, and in the end, they will probably finish 5th. This will not ensure them the Champions League, but they will play in the Europa League. Disappointment among Liverpool players is immediately visible.
Mohammed Salah expressed his disappointment via Twitter and believes that there is no excuse for Liverpool's poor performances this season. "I’m totally devastated," -Mohammed Salah wrote on Twitter.
"There’s absolutely no excuse for this.
We had everything we needed to make it to next year’s Champions League and we failed.
We are Liverpool and qualifying to the competition is the bare minimum. I am sorry but it’s too soon for an uplifting or optimistic post.
We let you and ourselves down."
Jurgen Klopp is disappointed
Jurgen Klopp was quite disappointed with his team's performance after the draw with Aston Villa. He expected his players to give their best. However, hardly anyone was good.
They knew how important the match with Aston Villa was, but still Aston Villa's defense did not allow them to score the winning goal. "Frustrating wherever you sit," -Klopp said.
"We made it a proper fight - chasing the Champions League in general.
They [the teams above] got more points.
We would have loved to have made it exciting for another week but we couldn't do that.
I asked the boys after the game, who was really, really good today? It was difficult to find one.
But the character we showed was good.
Aston Villa were screwed in the second half and they didn't know how to deal with it." Liverpool will have to settle for a draw. The club from Anfield stadium has a lot to fix in the summer.
Probably, Klopp will invest a little more money, and get rid of several players. This will be necessary if he wants to be in the top next season.
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