Liverpool must look to make Anfield a fortress again after two straight Premier League defeats at home and the visit of leader Manchester City on Sunday can help kick-start its campaign, manager Jurgen Klopp said on Friday.
Klopp’s side, which romped to the title last season, went unbeaten in 68 league games at Anfield before narrow defeats by Burnley and Brighton & Hove Albion and is fourth in the table with 40 points from 22 games.
“We need to play really good football. It’s that I say ‘come on now, it’s Anfield’. We love playing there but lost the last two,” Klopp, whose side has managed two wins in its last eight league games, told a news conference.
“We were not interested in not losing 68 in a row, so why start now? It’s all about trying again, being positive and making Anfield a fortress again.
“We weren’t fresh…