Huddersfield Town were beaten 3-0 by Liverpool FC today as Jurgen Klopp got the better of good friend David Wagner.

Town went into the break level with the Reds thanks to a Jonas Lossl penalty save, but the Reds showed their class after the interval.

Daniel Sturridge got the scoring under way before Roberto Firmino and Georginio Wijnaldum rounded off the afternoon for the hosts.

Town defended well for the most part, but the Reds' class shone through as they kept all three points on Merseyside.

The bosses will now address the press following the clash, with both assessing their teams' perforamnces.

Stick with us as we bring you all the updates from the press room at Anfield.

That's all

That’s all from David Wagner today and that brings the press conference to an end.

Penalty

I was totally surprised when he pointed to the spot like the 50,000 in the stadium

I do not know what he has seen in this situation but I haven’t seen it again.

If it is for holding we could have had four or five in this game.

During the game it was totally normal.

I congratulated him and Liverpool for the win.

It was strange before and after the game, but not during.

Midfield block

We wanted to play in a deeper midfield block and give no space away.

This was the same idea as last week against Man United.

Tough place

This is a tough place to go - we’ve seen it today even though we did very well defensively for 60 minutes.

Support

Our away support was fantastic again.

That makes everyone associated with the football club happy.

Van La Parra

A groin injury for the winger.

Effort

I am absolutely happy with the effort the players put in today.

Opportunities

In the offensive we had no opportunities, but as long as you keep the crowd quiet the opportunities will rise.

Unfortunately we didn’t do it long enough.

We neutralised their offensive power until we conceded their first goal.

After we conceded the first one, we conceded the second one after a set play and then Liverpool showed their offensive power.

Halves

Yeah, I would say at the end a fair result.

I think we’ve seen for sure two different halves.

Here he is

He’s here and ready to go - with his family in the audience!

Still waiting...

No David Wagner so far.

To keep you going, have a flick through our man’s player ratings from Anfield.

That's all

That’s everything from Jurgen Klopp - now it’s time for David Wagner.

On Town again

Huddersfield played like they played against United and this brought them success last week.

On league position

If you are not in a good position, you have to ignore the position.

If you are in a good position, you don’t.

On Town

100 per cent [they will stay up].

The potential is there for sure and that’s the best news you can get.

They will stay in the league without doubt from Liverpool.

First half

I could hear that people didn’t liek the first half too much - I know.

Second goal

The second came from a set piece - it was like Christmas.

First goal

The first goal came from a Smith header, but we forced the situation.

Counter attack

We didn’t need seven people back to stop the counter attack so it was easy to fix at half time.

Defensive

Huddersfield played rather defensive today.

Klopp first

It’s the Reds boss first.

Still waiting

Still no sign of the managers as yet...

Here we are

We're in place

Just waiting for the bosses now...