Jurgen Klopp believes that Liverpool’s “inconsistent” season will be remembered 

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Liverpool’s manager Jurgen Klopp believes that Liverpool’s current season will be remembered by their supporters, especially the memorable 7-0 victory against rivals Manchester United.

On March 5, Klopp’s team gave Anfield its most pleasant day of the season when they thrashed one of their fiercest rivals by a record margin. Just as the Red Devils seemed to be improving under Erik ten Hag, United suffered its worst defeat since 1931.

The big additions Darwin Nunez and Cody Gakpo were both on fire, showing an improvement in their form for the final stretch as Liverpool racked up six goals in the second half.

But Liverpool lost the next five games, leaving them with only the Community Shield to add to their collection of trophies.

When asked whether he ever thinks back on the wild, exciting football that this weekend’s opponents Tottenham have produced, Klopp said He admitted, “I like us occasionally, but it’s rare for me to go back and think, ‘Oh my god, that’s what we accomplished.’ To be honest, I’m a bit ashamed of how much I live in the present, but I always assumed I would have time for these things when I finished my profession. Therefore, if we don’t accomplish anything else truly exceptional this season, it will be remembered for the 7-0 win over United.”

“We did what we did, and for a long time, it was great. Even this year, there were some really great moments, but overall, we lacked consistency this year. That is what has to change, and we are striving to change it.”

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