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Britain's press no longer believes in Klopp's magic

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This time, Häme for Jürgen Klopp did not come from biting Yellow Press or a gritting TV witch. "If you want to talk about results, we won 4211 games in a row," basketball show group Harlem Globetrotters tweaked Klopps FC Liverpool's 1: 1 (1: 1) in Champions League at Spartak Moscow.

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"We're not Harlem Globetrotters, we're talking about results." Well, Liverpool's performance on Tuesday night in Russian capital, it was a return coach of Americans for Klopp's statement after recent 3-2 success in Premier League at Leicester City would have given Globetrotters honor: plenty of ball, even magic could be seen. Only: The result was not right. And that was also due to Klopp's king-class keeper Loris Karius.

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The former Mainz coach, who is given privilege of being in Champions League before Simon Mignolet, let tough free-kick of Spartaks Fernando pass (23rd). "As a defensive player, I would froth with anger," said television expert Rio Ferdinand, but Klopp defended Karius.

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"I do not understand why you can talk about this one situation after such a game," he told BT Sports. "It was a very good free-kick, he went into corner to protect wall." He does not think, that Karius made a mistake, "but you probably have a different opinion".

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The fact that Klopp was served mainly depended on well-known weakness of his team. "We have to be more objective before goal," he said, "but only way to change that is to keep trying." The Reds did, 17: 3 shots prove this, but more than equalizer by Philippe Coutinho after double pass with Sadio Mané (31) was not in it.

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"Klopp's frustration continues," wrote Guardian about "disgruntled, unnerved, repetitive" German, "Daily Mail" saw a "tiring, well-known history". In "Sun" it was said: "Jürgen Klopp and his Liverpool team seem to be on a mission to make life difficult for mselves." Who believes that "Liverpool can go far in Champions League is deceiving".

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Since September 2014, five-time winner of competition has been waiting for a three-place finish, last of which was won in 2009. "We are not happiest team in world football at moment," complained Klopp after opening match against Sevilla (2-2) second draws. Liverpool is still "strong enough to get ahead," he said, "but when door is open, you have to go through."

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The Globetrotters are not always successful. Their last failure was on 31 March 2006 at 83:87 against NABC College All-Stars.

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