Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was unhappy about the state of the pitch at the Cardiff City Stadium following the Premier League clash between the two clubs on Sunday.
Klopp slammed the poor state of the pitch despite the fact that his players were able to pull off a 2-0 win to further boost their quest for a league title.
After the game, Klopp told reporters during his post-match press conference that the dry state of the pitch at the Cardiff City Stadium is dangerous to players before adding that they can easily pick up injuries as a result.
Liverpool moved a step closer to ending a 29-year for a league title after their 2-0 away win over the Bluebirds.
The Reds had opportunities to score in the first half but the likes of Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane failed to take them.
The missed chances didn’t haunt Liverpool who went on to score two second-half goals to secure victory.
Liverpool took the lead with eleven second-half minutes gone through Georginio Wijnaldum who was making a return to the starting XI.
The Reds then scored a second goal via a penalty from substitute James Milner in the last ten minutes of the game after Cardiff City skipper Sean Morrison was penalised for a foul on Mohamed Salah.