Klopp backs misfiring Firmino: He plays 12 instruments in our orchestra

Jurgen Klopp trolls Man United and Liverpool fans in the same interview

Football: Klopp blasted broadcasters beyond the schedule of heavy matches

Klopp has constantly stuck by Firmino and used a musical anology to stress his game is about far more than just putting the ball in the net.

And while Sunday's goal was a huge boost, Klopp sees a bigger picture, saying: 'Scoring was always important for Bobby but Bobby is a complete footballer.

"Some of them are loud, some or not very loud, but they are all important for the rhythm and Bobby is incredibly important".

"I'm not concerned about anything for Bobby".

"No, it's not wrong because we discussed it already for a long time and nothing happens. It was nearly emotional because the players read newspapers and there's been some criticism".

And speaking to the official Liverpool matchday programme, Salah said: "This season has been insane".

"Minamino has trained well, really good. He will have two tests in the next two days, so, yes, he will be tested like all of us", he added.

'If we knew or not (that he was going to the wedding), it is private, ' said Klopp.

"All the others, there is no news", he said.

"I'm sure if he doesn't buck up his ideas soon, when he's fit, that he'll be one of the players that Klopp looks to sell and bring in somebody else". We adapt to the situation. "I don't want to speak too much about it".

Curtis Jones is one of those to have profited from the likes of Jordan Henderson and Thiago Alcantara being out injured, featuring in nine of their 15 matches in all competitions this season.

Klopp will be now hoping that his side can emulate the Leicester show in midweek also.

"It is very positive".

Klopp said: "That's what I've heard". So, I don't have any personal battle with him.

"How the boys did it is exceptional - different line-ups, different pairings, but now we have to keep doing it like this, or even better". It's like this. It's all right, we fight with what we do, but if you (the broadcaster) don't talk. It all came together.

"But not all of it is born on the training pitch, because the schedule doesn't give us time to work on it".

Jota has fitted into life at Anfield seamlessly since his £45m arrival from Wolves in the summer, and became the first Reds player to score in their first four home league games. The fans give games a different atmosphere and give you a different motivation so I can say this is the main reason for some insane results.

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