Jurgen Klopp has revealed why he substituted Joel Matip at half-time in Liverpool ‘s 2-0 Carabao Cup semi-final second leg win over Arsenal . Last night, To reports from the UFABET.
In the first game both were drawn 0-0 at Anfield but this match turned out to be a better German team. With two goals scored by Diogo Jota, both goals led the team to the final against Chelsea at Wembley.
However, an interesting point arose at half-time when Klopp decided to substitute Joel Matip, who started the game and sent Ibrahima Konate on the field. 45 minutes later, which referred to the reason that
“No, changing Joel is not a tactical matter, God Joel played that well.”
“We think he doesn’t look 100 and when you can change up to five. It’s not the situation we ask for. What can we do? We have Ibu and Joe (Gomez) sitting on the sidelines. So we changed. There is nothing more,” the Liverpool boss said.
The final will take place at Wembley Stadium in London on February 27.
“Personally, I was impress with the performance of the team from the start. We dominate the ball Change the tempo from attacking to defensive From left to right it was pretty smooth where everything went exactly as planned until Arsenal got a red card forcing them to go back deep in defense.”
“Obviously we had chances to break in pretty good but unfortunately the strikers didn’t close their accounts, maybe the boys felt the pressure. Which is natural for athletes at certain times.”