Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has praised his side’s 2-1 league win at Chelsea on Friday night, describing it as “really nice to watch” and “like hell”.
The Reds raced into a two-goal lead by half time thanks to strikes from Dejan Lovren and Jordan Henderson, with Diego Costa‘s second-half goal proving futile.
Klopp told Sky Sports News after the game: “It was satisfying of course. From the first second we had unbelievably good movement. We were quick in mind. We did really well. We deserved the lead at half-time.
“We have to learn how to manage the game plan. So often this season Chelsea scored in the last few seconds with a direct style. But I can’t remember too many chances from them. We had a few moments where we weren’t so good but that’s normal against a good team.
“We played football like hell. It was really nice to watch. In the second half it was a bit more difficult. After their goal, we managed it well.”