Rivals Fans Get #KloppOut Trending On Twitter After Liverpool's Defeat To Brighton
Rival fans including Manchester United supporters got #KloppOut trending on Twitter following Liverpool's shock home defeat to Brighton.
Jurgen Klopp's side lost 1-0 to Brighton which leaves them seven points adrift of Premier League leaders Manchester City.
And fans on social media - mainly Man United supporters - think that's the end of the road for the German boss as they got #KloppOut trending on Twitter.
United winning 9-0 and Liverpool in turmoil. Feels like things are getting back to normal :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: #kloppout
- Paddy McAlary (@McAlaryPaddy) February 4, 2021
Have seen more rival fans tweeting about #KloppOut than actual Liverpool fans.... :sleeping:
- SPACZ (@InvestT9) February 4, 2021
#kloppout is trending, but almost every tweet ive seen is by a utd fan?
- maryam (@maryamvaza) February 4, 2021
No chance its Liverpool fans that have #kloppout trending.
- Gareth Kerrigan (@GarethKerrigan) February 3, 2021
I see #kloppout is trending, I will gladly do a swap deal. I wonder how Steve Bruce would get on at Liverpool.
- Joe Hardy (@GeordieJoeHardy) February 3, 2021
Man United fans trying to get #kloppout trending makes a refreshing change from them supporting Man City
- Chris Mac (@chrismackop) February 4, 2021
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#kloppout isn't trending through LFC fans. It's other fans. We're not United or Chelsea. We appreciate what we have.
No matter what happens this season I'll always be #kloppin YNWA!
- WhiteyLFC (@YnwaWhitey) February 4, 2021
The Reds looked to have returned to their best when they recorded back-to-back away wins against Tottenham and West Ham.
Though their latest setback is another dent in their title hopes with Klopp citing mental and physical tiredness.
Speaking after the game, he said: "It has been a really tough week with two away games, two very intense games.
"We looked really like we weren't fresh enough, mentally and physically.
"There were a lot of moments where we gave the ball away too easily, in moments the boys looked tired mentally. I know they can pass the ball from A to B but it didn't happen. We made it easy for Brighton, but they also did really well.
"Brighton deserved to win, no doubt about it. For me, it's more important to find an explanation for why we lost this game and understand what happened here tonight. We didn't look convincing."
The defending English champions resume their league campaign at home to Man City on Sunday.
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