Jurgen Klopp is tired of being asked about comments made by Jose Mourinho or anyone else regarding Monday night’s 0-0 draw with Manchester United.
Liverpool failed to deliver against their bitter rivals in the Premier League as both sides laboured to a goalless draw and Mourinho has voiced a few choice opinions since his side picked up a point at Anfield.
One such sly dig was why the media were not questioning why a ‘phenomenal’ team could not beat his side, but Klopp was clearly annoyed when he was asked again about the result.
‘What I don’t like too much in the world of media is you write what you hear and not what you see,’ said Klopp.
‘I don’t care what anybody says after the game.
‘I know the game already and I know what I have to learn off it.
‘I thought the game was over, so why should I talk about it still?
‘Don’t bother me with things like that. I’m not one per cent interested.
‘You can’t win the game after the game, which I’ve learnt early on in my career.’
Liverpool take on West Brom at Anfield on Saturday hoping to back to winning ways with the Reds fourth in the table and two points off the top.