The Liverpool player who “saved” the Reds in their victory over LASK is named by Jurgen Klopp.

Liverpool’s defender Jarell Quansah has received high appreciation from manager Jurgen Klopp for “saving” the squad during Thursday’s 4-0 victory over LASK.

With one game remaining, Liverpool secured their place as the winners of their Europa League group thanks to goals from Cody Gakpo, Mohamed Salah, and Luis Diaz.

Although the score indicates that Liverpool had an easy evening, Klopp acknowledged that his team experienced some nervous moments and commended Quansah, 20, for his efforts in defending Caoimhin Kelleher in goal.

Regarding the young defense, Klopp commented, “Absolutely perfect.” “Jarell had an amazing game.

“We were aware that we had Jarell. Did we anticipate his appearance in this manner? Not quite, but the future is bright because we were fairly optimistic. It’s awesome.


“Aside from Caoimhin, who made one or two saves, our own youngster was cool under pressure, strong in the challenge, swift, and merciless when the situation called for it. He also had some of the most amazing defensive moments, saving our bacon on occasion. That’s excellent, then. For us, this is major news.

Liverpool can no longer be caught at the top of Group E thanks to Toulouse’s draw with Union SG. This is huge news for Klopp, as it means he can now afford to rest his star players when they meet the Belgian team later this month to wrap up the current stage.


“Two top results for us tonight in the group,” Klopp stated. It was evident that the loss in Toulouse had made things a little trickier, but thanks to our performance and theirs [tonight], we are now ahead of the pack and things won’t change. That’s great, and it will be crucial given our hectic schedule going forward.


the game had a lot of fantastic football and many positive aspects. i told the boys at halftime that this game ought to have been over by then. that was the one thing i didn’t really enjoy. a third, fourth, fifth goal—you can’t finish it better obviously, but we didn’t—you can’t play better, you can’t set it up better.


“so, what happened? when did we score the third, fifty-something [minutes] in? then, that is also quite beneficial. we altered things and somewhat lost our groove. then it becomes clear to you right away that you will lose control of the game if you don’t participate. if balls are lost at the wrong time, lask was there, had opportunities, and caoimhin put effort into his clean


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