Liverpool FC played out a goalless draw against Tottenham Hotspur in Jurgen Klopp’s first game in charge, but the German was satisfied with his new side’s performance, insisting that the “full throttle football” is already coming to the fore.
The former Borussia Dortmund coach replaced Brendon Rodgers in the international break and picked up his first point as Liverpool manager with a stalemate at White Hart Lane. Although Tottenham were the better team on the day, Klopp admitted there were many positives to take from the match as he showed everyone early examples of his “full throttle Football”.
“I am happy with the result because I saw many good things,” Klopp told BT Sport . after the game. “We had our chances, they had better chances of course, but if we play better football like we can then we will be stronger. “
“You saw the game and there were many full-throttle moments in the game,” he said. “Yes, we need to improve but for today after three days anything could’ve happened here and it’s 0-0.
“I’m completely satisfied. It was a good first step and I can work with this.”
Good Days Ahead For Liverpool FC
Liverpool were in a pretty dark place last year this time, with poor results and the news of Steven Gerrard leaving the club at the end of the season. But it could all be a blessing in disguise, and bringing in Klopp could turn out to be the smartest decision. After missing out on the league by narrow margins in 2009 and 2014, Liverpool fans can dream again at the intriguing prospect of Jurgen Klopp transforming the club. The German will take to the Liverpool dugout for the first time on Thursday, when Liverpool face Rubin Kazan in the Europa League.