Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has accused Chelsea and Tottenham of deploying negative tactics, according to the Mirror.
The German tactician hit out at his title rivals during a pre-match press ahead of this weekend’s clash with Hull City in Premier League.
Liverpool have been in good form of late following wins against Chelsea, Arsenal and Leicester and a point away to Spurs. The Reds only defeat has come against the newly promoted Burnley.
“We have to deal with bus parking,” Klopp was quoted as saying by the Mirror
“I’m not sure Hull will do this. But I didn’t see a lot of space against Chelsea actually, also Tottenham, 10 men behind the ball.”
The Reds go into this weekends clash in high spirits following back-to-back wins in the league over Chelsea and Leicester and a win over Derby in the League Cup.
Newly promoted Hull City meanwhile have made an impressive start to the season with two wins and a draw in their opening five games.
Liverpool take on Hull knowing that a win will lift them into the top four ahead of the late kick-off between Arsenal and Chelsea.
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