Gary Neville accused Mauricio Pochettino and Chelsea of being involved in "bottle jobs," while Jurgen Klopp defended them. 

Jurgen Klopp says Chelsea did not “bottle it” in the Carabao Cup final against Liverpool.  

when losing in extra time against Liverpool, which featured teenagers Bobby Clark, James McConnell, and Jayden Danns,  

, Mauricio Pochettino's team was criticized for doing too little to win when Klopp took on rookies.  

Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville called the big spenders “blue billion-pound bottle jobs” but Klopp disagreed.  

He defended Chelsea by citing his first three final defeats with Liverpool and the 2013 Champions League final with Borussia Dortmund.  

He said: “I know people have to talk about it, but I lost a final too. You hear many unflattering things about yourself. I guessed what happened, so some were true and some were not.  

If anyone knows what it's like to lose five or six consecutive finals, it's me.   

Everyone keeps saying, "By the way, you lost the last five and that's a new record," so I can only image how Chelsea felt. It's hurtful, and I felt bad for them.   

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