"It's not only the English press". It is just sometimes it is unfair.
Klopp's comments come after Lovren claimed that based on his recent exploits, including with the Reds in the Champions League, people should view him as one of the world's best defenders. Everyone in Croatia and around the world thinks we managed to make history.
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It was hard to say anything that will make them feel better at his moment. This team can now cope with better moments and better pressure.
"We beat our record from 20 years ago". This is what I wanted.
"He's proud of me and what I've achieved", he said. I deserve this. I went through a lot of s*** and it's coming back.
"I'm completely happy. I'm happy that he used the little advice we gave him in the last few years in a very good way".
The 29-year-old has been criticised for his performances for Liverpool this season but has played a key role in Croatia's success in Russian Federation this summer.
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"It's something, for me, special". Even in tough times he was always backing me up. There is too much criticism about me.
This is also the first time the Balkan nation has made the final - the furthest they had advanced previously was in France in 1998, when a Davor Suker-inspired side were knocked out by the hosts in the last four.
"I just decided that I didn't deserve to be there", he explained.
Oblak has established himself as one of the world's very best goalkeepers during his four years with Atlético Madrid and the Slovenian worldwide would represent a major summer coup for Liverpool, if a deal can be struck. I would say it's my mistake, but I can live with that.
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In the words of manager Gareth Southgate, England are making their own history. After the Iceland game, we knew that things needed to change.