Liverpool coach Juergen Klopp has warned against selfishness in the corona crisis and called for solidarity. “Four or five weeks ago, it still seemed that many countries thought: this is our problem, this is our problem, this is our problem - we have a problem with it. Now nature has shown us that we are all the same, and we all have the same problems at the same time. We have to work together to find the solution, ”the German coach of the sovereign Premier League leader FC Liverpool said in a video interview on the club's website on Friday.\n"There are so many people out there who have much bigger problems, so I would find it really embarrassing to talk about" my problems "," said Klopp, who gave the interview at home. At the moment there was nothing good about this situation - "except maybe what we can learn from it".\n\nA message from these days has even brought Klopp to tears. A video shows how hospital staff in an intensive care unit sing the hymn of the Reds together. "When they started" You'll Never Walk Alone ", I immediately had to cry," the 52-year-old admitted. "It's incredible. But it shows everything. ”These people would put themselves in danger to help others. "I couldn't admire and appreciate them anymore."\n\nOn the evening of the canceled international match between the national football teams of England and Italy, the famous arch over London's Wembley Stadium shone in green, white and red. "We don't share the pitch @azzurri tonight, but we stand together and united in this difficult time," tweeted the English Football Association. On Friday, above the entrance to the legendary arena, it was also written in Italian: “We are separated. But we are together. Forza Italia ”.\n\nThe Three Lions and Squadra Azzurra had wanted to begin their preparations for the European Football Championship, which had been postponed until the summer of 2021. Italy has been particularly hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic with more than 9,000 fatalities and reported almost 1,000 new victims on Friday alone.