Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp, whose video of singing a song went viral immediately after his club lost to Real Madrid in the Champions League final, has now reacted to the video.After Liverpool lost the final 3-1 to Real Madrid in the Champions League final, Klopp was seen singing a song over the game with his assistant manager Peter Krawietz and friends from a German punk band.Klopp was heard singing, Liverpool ‘saw the European Cup,’ but ‘Real Madrid had all the f****** luck.’The former Borussia Dortmund manager was recently asked about the viral video in an interview given to Goal.com.Jurgen Klopp at 6am this morning. What a man. pic.twitter.com/lrm22OVzRrOliver Bond (@Oliver__Bond) May 27, 2018″Well, everybody obviously had a little bit too much alcohol, and when that happens then you should put all smartphones away!” Klopp said. “That’s the best advice.”The German also added that though he was seen singing after the final defeat, he hates losing.’But I can say this, with all I have, I want to win. I hate losing. I have had to learn to accept it but I still hate it,’ Klopp added.’But after the final whistle, I don’t waste my life suffering. I don’t take the defeat around with me, I go somewhere for a few moments and then I’m done.’It cannot help to carry it around. You have to put it away, you can’t go through the game again and say “but this and that”. The things from the game are obvious and I can talk about them, but I don’t feel them. That’s how it is.’advertisementLiverpool have reached three finals under Klopp’s leadership but are still to win a trophy.They lost the 2016 League Cup to Manchester City on penalties, the 2016 Europa League title to Sevilla 3-1 and the 2018 Champions League final to Real Madrid by the same scoreline with Klopp as a manager.The club’s last major trophy was the 2011-12 League Cup, while the last of Liverpool’s 18 domestic league titles was won in the 1989-90 season.Liverpool ended the 2017-18 Premier League season fourth, 25 points behind winners City.Klopp, however, has strengthened his squad for the upcoming season with a host of signings.The English club has made four signings in the ongoing transfer window, adding goalkeeper Alisson from AS Roma, midfielder Naby Keita from RB Leipzig, defensive midfielder Fabinho from Monaco and winger Xherdan Shaqiri from Stoke City.Liverpool kick off their Premier League campaign against West Ham United on August 12.
Washington Justin Reid returned an interception 101 yards to help the Houston Texans overcome a mistake-prone Deshaun Watson and beat Washington 23-21 on Sunday for their seventh consecutive victory.Washington’s loss came at a significant price when quarterback Alex Smith suffered a gruesome injury on a sack in the third quarter. Smith’s right ankle turned the wrong way as he was sacked by Kareem Jackson and JJ Watt on a play eerily similar to Joe Theismann’s broken leg that came exactly 33 years ago to the day, and ended his career. Washington coach Jay Gruden later said Smith is done for the year and had broken the tibia and fibula in his right leg. Since you’re here… In Sunday’s later games, the Oakland Raiders got their second win of the season with a 23-21 win over the similarly dismal Arizona Cardinals; the Denver Broncos ended the Los Angeles Chargers’ six-game winning streak; and the New Orleans Saints pulverized the defending Super Bowl champions, the Philadelphia Eagles, 48-7.Cincinnati Bengals 21-24 Baltimore RavensRookie quarterback Lamar Jackson juked and sprinted for 117 yards in his first NFL start, Gus Edwards ran for 115 and the Baltimore Ravens ground out a 24-21 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on to end a three-game losing streak.Flashing the moves that enabled him to win the 2016 Heisman Trophy at Louisville, Jackson zipped in and out of the pocket for 27 carries. Though the Ravens (5-5) relied heavily on the run, Jackson also completed 13 of 19 passes for 150 yards with an interception. Share on Facebook Support The Guardian Share on Twitter Joe Theismann (@Theismann7)Alex’s leg is exactly like mine 33 yrs agoNovember 18, 2018 Read more Houston Texans Ravens starting quarterback Joe Flacco did not practice all week and was inactive with a right hip injury. That created an opening for Jackson, the 32nd overall pick in the NFL draft.Pittsburgh Steelers 20-16 Jacksonville JaguarsOne week after Ben Roethlisberger had a perfect quarterback rating, he overcame three interceptions and a 16-0 deficit by leading two late scoring drives. He lunged in from the one-yard line for the winning score with five seconds left for a 20-16 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Steelers (7-2-1) won their sixth straight and likely ended any playoff hopes for the Jaguars, who eliminated Pittsburgh in the divisional round last year.Tampa Bay Buccaneers 35-38 New York GiantsSaquon Barkley ran for a career-high 142 yards and scored three touchdowns as the New York Giants held off the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38-35 to win consecutive games for the first time since December 2016.Eli Manning also threw two touchdowns and linebacker Alec Ogletree returned one of the Giants’ four interceptions 15 yards for another score in New York’s biggest point output of the season. Tampa Bay (3-7) made things interesting after Jameis Winston replaced a turnover-plagued Ryan Fitzpatrick in the third quarter and led four touchdown drives. The last score came on a 41-yard pass to Mike Evans with 2:22 to play and got the Bucs within 38-35. The Bucs got the ball back at their 20 with 23 seconds to play, but BW Webb intercepted Winston’s long throw down the sideline to ice the win and send Tampa Bay (3-7) to its fourth straight loss.Carolina Panthers 19-20 Detroit LionsCam Newton threw an incomplete pass on a 2-point conversion with 1:07 left, letting the Detroit Lions hold on for a 20-19 win over the Carolina Panthers. Newton had time and receiver Jarius Wright open in the end zone, but the star quarterback sailed the pass high. Carolina coach Ron Rivera went for the win after Newton threw his third touchdown pass to DJ Moore, perhaps because usually reliable kicker Graham Gano missed an extra point and a field goal earlier in the game.Dallas Cowboys 22-19 Atlanta FalconsBrett Maher shook off a missed extra point and kicked a 42-yard field goal on the final play, giving Dallas a 22-19 victory over the Atlanta Falcons after the Cowboys squandered a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter. Matt Ryan threw a 34-yard touchdown pass to Julio Jones for Atlanta’s only touchdown with 1:52 remaining to tie the game. But Dallas drove 51 yards in 10 plays, setting up Maher’s winning kick as time expired. The Cowboys (5-5), who started the day two games behind Washington in the NFC East, gave their playoff hopes a boost. Atlanta (4-6) lost their second straight game and now faces long odds to reach the postseason.Tennessee Titans 10-38 Indianapolis ColtsAndrew Luck threw three touchdown passes and Marlon Mack and Jordan Wilkins both ran for scores to help the Indianapolis Colts rout Tennessee 38-10. Indy (5-5) has won four straight for the first time since November 2014. Luck remained unbeaten in 10 starts against the Titans. Tennessee (5-5) lost quarterback Marcus Mariota in the final minute of the first half after he reinjured his right elbow. 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