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Jurgen Klopp called out a translator for being 's**t' after misinterpreting Jordan Henderson's comments about tonight's game with RB Salzburg.
The translator suggested that the Liverpool captain said they'd take tonight's Champions League clash in Austria 'easy'.
Henderson had said the opposite and that the game wouldn't be easy.
Klopp immediately jumped in and said:
"It's s*** when next to the translator sits a coach who speaks German."
Klopp really not happy with the translator. pic.twitter.com/SbjnRWSFGS- SH (@Sennesation) December 9, 2019
The question was if the Champions League title from the last year helps us because we have always delivered in situations like this.
'He [Henderson] doesn't talk about going easy in this game. We are aware of this challenge. He is speaking about all this normal stuff.
'You should really listen. Otherwise, I can do it by myself. It's not too difficult.'
He then switched over to English and joked:
'I am in a competition mood already, I can tell you.'
Liverpool need a point in Austria to secure qualification to the last 16.
They currently top Group E with 10 points and Henderson discussed whether being the current holders added pressure on qualification.
He said: 'We need to perform, we need to get a result to get through to the next round which we have proven we have done before.
'That doesn't mean it's going to be easy to do it again. We learn from those experiences and we know what we need to do.
'We have confidence in our own ability and if we perform to the level we have been and we are capable of we can get a good result.'
The Reds are currently eight points clear in the Premier League and they have a packed festive fixture list.
This is the third consecutive season that Liverpool have required a positive result on matchday six to advance to the knockout rounds. They won both of the previous two, at home to Napoli and Spartak Moscow respectively. :eyes:- Anfield Watch (@AnfieldWatch) December 10, 2019
They take part in four different competitions over the next two weeks including the Club World Cup.
Liverpool's first game in the tournament will be Wednesday 18 December and before that they host bottom of the league Watford on Saturday.
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