judges who presided over Champions League between the final Liverpool And Real Madrid According to Jurgen Klopp’s assistant Peter Krawietz, after the end of the game whistle, “singing and having a bottle of beer and partying” was heard.
It was a final full of drama. Liverpool lost 3-1 to Los Blancos after Gareth Bale helped Zinedine Zidane win three consecutive Champions League titles, but the headlines were numerous.
“If you are not with Real Madrid you will find it ruthless and cruel. A good challenge”. It was ruthless.”
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Loris Karius then made two major mistakes, throwing the ball into the path of Karim Benzema, who scored the opening goal in Kyiv, and a surprising overhead kick from Gareth Bale eventually knocked out the equalizer.
It was a disastrous loss for the Reds and a year later Jurgen Klopp’s number 2 Peter Krawietz spoke up about the “horrible” scene after a full-time whistle.
Peter Krawietz said: “In Kyiv, the changing room was like a hospital room. the athletic In 2019. “Imagine you go in there and a man has already been to the hospital and is now back in pain and crying. You will then hear the other party congratulate you.
“And the referees are celebrating in the dressing room next door. I don’t know why, but I had a bottle of beer, sang songs, and enjoyed the party.
“It was terrible for us,” Krawietz added. “Finding the right reaction is difficult, but that’s all. When you lose, you have to show strength and greatness. And you have to have the right reaction.
“Yeah, they really hurt us, but they didn’t stun us. We fell, but it’s not over.”
Liverpool will hope for revenge against Real Madrid in the 2022 Champions League final on Saturday night.
After winning the FA Cup and Carabao Cup this year with a penalty shootout win over Chelsea, the Reds have secured their famous treble in Paris.
Mohamed Salah believes this weekend’s final is the perfect opportunity to get revenge.
“If you ask everyone [at Liverpool ]Everyone wanted that match,” Salah told Sky Sports after winning the semifinals.
“I don’t know why we’re not allowed to talk about it, but I like to talk about it. I wanted that game. I wanted to play for Real Madrid before that game. [against Manchester City].
“Of course I’m not giving them too much ball. They’re an incredible team with great coaches and great players. When they asked me who I want, I said Madrid. That’s an easy answer.”