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Klopp jokingly said, "We will try to find a team wearing Liverpool shirts against Southampton


 Klopp jokingly said, "We will try to find a team wearing Liverpool shirts against Southampton."

German coach Jurgen Klopp, the manager of the English team Liverpool, pointed out the high number of injuries among his players following the victory against Chelsea in the Carabao Cup. Liverpool won the title and is preparing to face Southampton next Wednesday in the FA Cup.

The Liverpool vs. Chelsea match saw Ryan Gravenberch's injury adding to a long list of injuries for the Reds.

Already absent from Liverpool are Mohamed Salah, Darlow Nunes, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Alisson Becker, Suboslay, Diogo Jota, and Curtis Jones.

Regarding the match against Southampton in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Wednesday, Klopp said, "We don't have a team for Wednesday now, maybe the players who played will play again, and the others will get treatment on Monday."

He added, "I love this country a lot, but the schedule is not designed to win a lot, we will see the price we have to pay, but we fight for everything and then see what comes after that."

Klopp elaborated to Sky Sports, "Somehow, against Southampton, there will be a team wearing Liverpool shirts."

Regarding the celebrations, Klopp affirmed, "I finally found my family in the stands, and they were very happy."

He continued, "What happened here was absolutely insane, these things are not possible, the team, the academy full of character, I am very proud to be part of that night."

Klopp went on, "The craziest thing is that we deserve it, we have had lucky moments, and they had lucky moments, the kids came up, and it was really great."

Talking about the young team, he said, "I'm sure we brought all the players! We needed new energy, they were lively but very young, but they did the job."

He added, "The kids have trained with us for a long time, they know exactly what we need to do, to be honest, that's what it should be in these moments, but not just them, what about Harvey Elliott for 120 minutes, and Wataru Endo."

He concluded, "Conor Bradley, he was very good, Kelleher was very good, we have the best goalkeeper in the world and the best backup goalkeeper."