A party on that March 11 that this week the same Klopp again referred to excuses, like another bandage on his defeat, arguing that the coronavirus crisis affected him in the preparation for the meeting. “We won on Saturday and we thought ‘there are two wins left’; on Monday we found out what there was and it was difficult …”, he declared. Three weeks later, Liverpool’s game against Atlético in Anfield continues to hurt. And not only because the defending champion of the Champions League cost him the elimination of the tournament, or rather, the fact that he added 2-3 from the return to the 1-0 rojiblanco of the first leg, goal of Saúl, with the following regrets of Klopp (“I do not understand Atleti but he is a fair winner”) who have been receiving replies and criticism all this time. Now it will also affect his pocket: UEFA imposes a fine of 3,250 euros (2,838 pounds) for lighting flares by his followers before and at the end of the match played at Anfield on March 11. Meanwhile, incidents that occurred during the first leg three weeks earlier have resulted in Atlético being fined 24,000 euros for blocking public halls. Other Premier clubs like Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham, Wolves, Celtic and Rangers have also been fined by UEFA for their matches in Europe just before the competitions stopped (four games from the second leg of the Champions League round of 16, in fact, Juve-Lyon, Bayern-Chelsea, Barça-Naples and Manchester City-Real Madrid have been postponed without a return date).