Man Utd boss Mourinho mocks media over Klopp, Liverpool bias

Yoshinori Muto

Yoshinori Muto

Both Klopp and City boss Pep Guardiola were unimpressed with the makeshift playing surface in a venue used by the New York Giants and New York Jets NFL teams.

Salah and Sadio Mane were on target in the second-half to give the Reds a 2-1 win over Manchester City in their International Champions Cup fixture on Thursday morning and they were rewarded for their goalscoring exploits with a visit from James Bond himself.

"The second half pleased me", Klopp said.

"It's only a game we played and a lot of good moments which we can use and a lot of bad moments we can work on".

Klopp may feel his new-look cap is something of a lucky charm, after his side pulled off an impressive victory.

"With this and all the other changes, it changed the game".

Nonetheless, it was City who took the lead just after half-time when German global Leroy Sane caught Liverpool's defence napping and burst clear to slot past Caoimhin Kelleher on 57 minutes.

Both clubs possess the best attacks in England, and possibly Europe, making them the heavy favorites to contend for the PL.

"One thing is what I would like".

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"I think if you have the money, if you invest well, it is better than to have it in the bank".

Liverpool will head into the new Premier League season with a top class goalkeeper and two brand new midfielders that are borderline world class in their own rights. We have three more years of contract but the results will dictate what will happen in the future.

"But we want to do really well and continue what we started two seasons ago".

"We are going to adapt, it's a simple as that".

"It's important how many goals we score as a team and not one player, so there are no big expectations from our side".

"We can handle players in different positions".

Manchester United spent £52m on Brazil global Fred from Ukrainian Premier League champions Shakhtar Donetsk earlier this summer. I'm happy for them. I don't care, of course, but in the moment all is fine and of course he is what we saw a year ago.

Asked about Salah's return post-match, Liverpool manager Klopp told reporters: "I said before the game, it's not that he has problems - he has no problems".

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