Jurgen Klopp argues with journalist after Liverpool victory at Bournemouth

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp did not respond well when one of the first questions in the Bournemouth press conference was about Daniel Sturridge

​Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp was left annoyed after being questioned about Daniel Sturridge's display in their 2-1 win at Bournemouth on Sunday.

Sturridge scored once and played a big role in Roberto Firmino's opener at the Vitality Stadium in the Premier League on Sunday, after being recalled to the starting line-up.

And Klopp was frustrated at being asked about the striker by a journalist in his post-match press conference, when he felt the focus should have been on the whole team's display.

 Daniel Sturridge of Liverpool celebrates after scoring his team's second goal
Image: Sturridge celebrates after scoring his team's second goal against Bournemouth

He said: "You want to talk about one player at the first moment? He was very good, but if you're not interested in the game...

"Nobody is undroppable. I never look at any player and think 'I can't leave him out.' As a manager, I decide if I play with one, two, three or four strikers.

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"He's a brilliant player. He had a very good game. This is a game, there are 11 players in different positions and you come to ask about one player. Each player had influence. It's a team game. 

"I enjoyed the game of Daniel Sturridge, but starting with a question like this? I can't understand."

Watch the video above to see what Klopp had to say!

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