JURGEN KLOPP has warned Everton that Liverpool’s horror 7-2 defeat by Aston Villa is the wake-up call the Reds needed.
The champs head to Goodison Park today looking to put the humiliating defeat behind them.
Klopp believes the nightmare at Villa Park two weeks ago could end up being the Anfield side’s biggest game of the season.
That is because the gaffer reckons it will remind them that staying the kings of the Premier League won’t be easy.
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