Most difficult game we played… Jurgen Klopp bemoaned the overcrowded schedule amidst a string of injuries

Most difficult game we played... Jurgen Klopp bemoaned the overcrowded schedule amidst a string of injuries Match

Liverpool will enter next weekend’s Premier League season on top of the table after a dramatic 1-0 win against Nottingham Forest on Saturday.

The match appeared to end in a scoreless draw, but Darwin Nunez scored in the ninth minute of added time to secure the three points.

The Reds have now won four straight domestic league matches and six straight through all competitions.It was Forest’s second straight loss by a goal in the closing stages, but Liverpool will have no regrets after moving into first place by four points with games against second-place Manchester City and third-place Arsenal coming up this weekend.

Manager Jurgen Klopp revealed that the away game at Nottingham Forest was tough, given Liverpool’s recent busy schedule as they aim for a fourth straight title.

“Most difficult game we played because of the circumstances,”

“Four games in 11 days is really tricky with the squad situation we have.”

“It was super special, you could see it didn’t go easy for us today in any part of the game.”

“It’s so hard. How we have four wins [in a row], I can’t believe.”

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A series of injuries to the team’s main players forced the team to use young players from the academy. A number of young players played in the recent FA Cup match against Southampton and performed well. Even in the game that ended with a dramatic goal by Nunez, 19-year-old midfielder Bobby Clarke started.

In addition to the Europa League, Liverpool has a big game against Manchester City coming up next weekend. The injured players are slowly returning, but they are still far from having their best squad, but will they be able to win the game with their total strength…