Following Liverpool’s fifth straight defeat at Anfield on Thursday night, German tactician Jurgen Klopp has been accused of "not doing his job properly".
The Reds were defeated 1-0 by Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea in the Premier League on Thursday, which is the first time in history Liverpool have lost five consecutive matches on home soil.
After the match, former Arsenal winger Perry Groves claimed the champions were lucky to lose by only one goal, before remarking that, in this moment, Klopp is not doing his job as well as he should be.
"I actually think Liverpool have had a result tonight that they’ve only been beaten 1-0," he told talkSPORT.
"Werner’s offside goal was ridiculous. He should have scored two or three others.
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"The only time Liverpool ever looked like they were going to score was when Chelsea continuously played out from the back.
"The Liverpool players aren’t doing their jobs properly. Jurgen Klopp, who is the leader of Liverpool football club, he isn’t doing his job properly at this particular time.
"Players go through dips in form - I think Klopp is going through the biggest dip in form of his managerial career.
"The stuff he’s doing at the moment, there doesn’t seem to be a clear, clinical thought process."
Liverpool are currently seventh in the Premier League, having now lost eight matches this season already.