“I don’t like it,” Klopp explains why he directed Manny at the Atletico match

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He took out Senegalese Club Sadio Mane, From a match Liverpool Atletico Madrid, between the two halves, despite the team’s delay with a clean goal, a result that ended in the first leg of the round of 16 Champions League.

And he said Klopp After the meeting: "It was clear that they wanted to get Sadio (Mane) out of the meeting by forcing him to get a second yellow card. These styles are part of football and I don’t like it".

Mane had obtained a first yellow card in the 40th minute, after using the attached device in the face of a defender Atletico Madrid Simi Versalko.

Klopp added: "I took Mane out because I was worried that the opponent’s players would fall to the ground if Mane breathed near them"In reference to the opponent’s attempts to act in confrontations with his opponent’s players, with the aim of influencing the referee.

Liverpool lost a large part of its offensive strength after Mane’s exit, and he was unable to create real opportunities for the Atletico goal during the match.

The German coach, Belgian striker Divock Origuei involved an alternative to Mane, but the latter could not break through the tight Spanish defense.

Liverpool will face rival Atletico Madrid in the return leg at Anfield, on March 11.

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And Senegalese club Sadio Mane was knocked out of the Liverpool and Atletico Madrid match between the two halves, despite the team’s 1-0 delay, a result that ended in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16.

Club said after the meeting: “It was clear that they wanted to get Sadio (Mane) out of the match by forcing him to get a second yellow card. These methods are part of football and I don’t like that.”

Mane had secured a first yellow card in the 40th minute, after using the attached device against Atletico Madrid defender Simi Fersalco.

Klopp added: “I brought Mane out because I was afraid that the opponent’s players would fall to the ground if Mane breathed near them,” referring to the opponent’s attempts to represent in confrontations with his opponent’s players, with the aim of influencing the referee.

Liverpool lost a large part of its offensive strength after Mane’s exit, and he was unable to create real opportunities for the Atletico goal during the match.

The German coach, Belgian striker Divock Origuei involved an alternative to Mane, but the latter could not break through the tight Spanish defense.

Liverpool will face rival Atletico Madrid in the return leg at Anfield, on March 11.

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