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ATM 2-3 LIV: 3 Wise Decisions Jurgen Klopp Made Against Atletico Madrid Tonight

Liverpool did really well against Atletico Madrid tonight, the boys were outstanding and as the game ended in a 2-3 victory. Liverpool has now won the three clubs in their group and I believe that the boys will advance to the next round. In this article, I will be showing you the 3 wise decisions Jurgen Klopp made against Atletico Madrid tonight.

1. Making Only One Change From The Team That Faced Watford Last Week

Jurgen Klopp made the right decision in my own opinion, rotating a team in every Matchday might affect the performance, he made only one change from the team that faced Watford last week, Alisson Becker replaced the goalkeeper who started against Watford on Saturday. I would say that the Brazilian goalkeeper is one of the major reasons why Liverpool won the game, he made an excellent save tonight.

2. Involved Diogo Jota And Oxlade-Chamberlain Into The Game, After The Red Card

Jurgen Klopp decided to involve Oxlade-Chamberlain into the game in the second half, he wants to pressure the Atletico Madrid defenders after Antoine Griezmann was shown a straight red card, Jurgen Klopp's wise decisions goes as planned as Atletico Madrid give away a penalty in the second half. Mohamed Salah made no mistake as he converts it into the net.

3. He Subbed Off Mohamed Salah And Brought Neco Williams Into The Game

The Liverpool manager decided to switch tactics after Mohamed Salah scored the winning goal, he involved Welsh youngster Neco Williams into the game, he wanted to secure the point and it's a wise decision. These are the wise decisions the Liverpool manager made against Atletico Madrid tonight.

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