Klopp 'angry' as Swansea shock sorry Liverpool

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Ghanaian global, Jordan Ayew, played a vital role for Swansea City as they ended the 14-match unbeaten run in the English Premier League on Monday night.

The result leaves Liverpool still just two points ahead of Tottenham in fourth, after the north-London club failed to bag maximum points at Southampton on Sunday.

Alfie Mawson scored the game's only goal in the first half following a corner and Carvalhal had identified the set-piece as an area Swansea could hurt Liverpool.

"I just had one moment where I thought "now, that's enough".

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From a Swansea corner from the right, Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk could head the ball only back into the danger area where it hit the shins of Federico Fernandez. Because of the first half we weren't flying and they were.

"We didn't keep our positions, we didn't stretch their formation".

- "He probably has season ticket" - =================================== The frustrations provoked Klopp into his argument with a Swansea supporter around the hour mark and he admitted: "He was shouting at me all the time but I reacted".

"I'm sure I'm not the first manager".

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As for Swansea City, the return of Sanches will add more depth, but it's unlikely we'll see any one of them playing. "We gave them the opportunity to score and then we did exactly what Swansea wanted". We didn't play how we wanted to play.

Alfie Mawson's 40th-minute strike proved decisive for the Swans on a disappointing night for Liverpool, who had beaten Manchester City in their last outing-the Sky Blues' only Premier League defeat of the season.

The mixture of defeat and tiredness made for some sour expressions as players got off the team bus at 2am.

"When Liverpool put pressure on the sides we switched to the other to put them under the pressure".

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