Liverpool round-up: Jurgen Klopp turns away for James Milner penalty against Swansea

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Liverpool fans, good day.

Welcome to the first round-up of the week, we promise that it’s filled with all the juiciest backlash from the weekend just gone.

If you’re in need of your daily fix then look no further. Simply watch the video above for the latest headlines, or alternatively read on below for more. Enjoy.

Klopp turns away from penalty

James Milner was the man of the moment as he slotted home Liverpool’s winner against Swansea City this weekend, but Jurgen Klopp won’t be able to tell you how it went down.

Why? Because the German wasn’t even looking.

That’s right, Klopp appears to have a thing about turning away from penalties before they’re taken - fans might remember he did the same during the Bordeaux match last week.

Nothing wrong with that of course, if anything it reinforces the idea that he’s just as nervous and passionate as the fans.

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Emre Can plaudits

Meanwhile, Emre Can received plenty of plaudits for his display during the match.


The youngster was in fine defensive form - by god didn’t Twitter let us know it. Here are a few of our favourite tweets.

Ibe at it again

Lastly, Jordon Ibe couldn’t help but get in on the action against the Swans, with the youngster producing another fake pass in the style of the fabled Thierry Henry.

Fans will likely recall Ibe’s effort against Bournemouth earlier on in the season. This one’s not quite as flashy, but it makes for pleasurable viewing all the same.

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Steven Gerrard
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