Episode 991: Sublime Kane, Lovren’s Tough Life, Koeman’s Tweet, United’s Passion
Perhaps it shouldn’t have been a surprise that one of the world’s most in-form strikers so thoroughly destroyed the Premier League’s most-mocked defence. But the shocking manner of Liverpool’s collapse against Spurs at Wembley has left Jurgen Klopp facing the most awkward set of questions since his arrival at Anfield two years ago.
— Harry Kane (@HKane) October 22, 2017
We talk to Jonathan Wilson and Daniel Storey about how Spurs have surged ahead of their wealthier Merseyside rivals in 2017.
Did the sure-footed Ander Herrera blunder by repeating his manager’s claims about the Manchester United players lacking passion in the first half at Huddersfield?
Ken Early: Klopp and Mourinho display mastery of the blame game https://t.co/L7dmur06PL
— Irish Times Sport (@IrishTimesSport) October 23, 2017
And how did Ronald Koeman think this ruminative pose was going to go down with an Everton fanbase that has grown catatonic with fury?
— Ronald Koeman (@RonaldKoeman) October 22, 2017
Plus there’s shame in the age of Twitter, slow Emre Can, Keano belittling Craig Gordon, Wagner’s Terriers, and Zlatan’s perfect knee.
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— Second Captains (@SecondCaptains) October 20, 2017