Klopp and his team have been excellent this season, give them a break.
'A point is a good result, Emery can say the same, but we had clear chances, ' the Liverpool manager told BBC Sport.
Cech started the season in goal but failed to prove he can adapt to Arsenal's new style of playing out from the back. To be fair, that away game at Crystal Palace was perhaps their toughest game of the 13 games in the run. But perhaps that isn't entirely fair for Liverpool; after all, this is an Arsenal side that has improved significantly since then, one riding a 14-game unbeaten streak.
"We play City twice", he said.
He made 304 appearances for Leverkusen and was a member of Germany's Confederations Cup winning squad in 2017, but failed to make Joachim Low's 23 man squad for the World Cup in Russian Federation. They are also doubts for next week's trip to Red Star Belgrade in the Champions League. The offside rule has become too complicated and everyone would benefit from a return to the old rule that required "daylight" between the last man and the attacker before the flag was raised. In defence, it is a completely different matter. No wonder that both the teams that share the trait also share the top spot in the table.More news: Destiny 2 PC Version Is Free for a Limited Time
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Despite almost leading at half-time, Klopp was frustrated with how his team performed and even went as far as to switch their formation in the second half.
But this game will be the first time they have come up against a "big six" rival since the back-to-back defeats against Manchester City and Chelsea at the start of the season.
Recently, however, the Reds have been rampant against the Gunners.
"It was always hard against Arsenal (before today), it was very spectacular, today was no less spectacular just with less goals than last season". In their last nine league games, Gunners have scored at least two goals in each of them.
No team will be able to completely contain Liverpool's high-powered attack for 90 minutes but Milner's opener still felt a bit unnecessary.
Klopp's record against Arsenal since arriving in England is impressive. His tally of four key passes is second to none.