Mourinho was unhappy that Mats Hummels was not sent off for handball, prompting Klopp to make the valid observation that the player who scored Madrid’s second goal, Sergio Ramos, was continually fouling Robert Lewandowski and was more deserving of red.
“I can understand when a team is defeated so closely they say things. I didn’t see it. None of my players can remember the incident,” he said.
“(Defender Sergio) Ramos did so many things to (striker Robert) Lewandoswki. So many fouls were not called. He could do what he liked. If we hadn’t won, I would have said our side should have been smarter. We played cleanly. I have nothing more to say.”
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