As Liverpool stumbles, Jurgen Klopp says he prefers to chase title

Posted March 05, 2019

Klopp said: "A hard game, opponent, and the weather circumstances didn't help for football in general".

"Now City can say we win every match, we are going to be champions".

"I know it's a special match, a derby, but if you could put this atmosphere, 70 or 80 per cent of it, every match, then 30 or 40 per cent of our job is done, because they can push our team to win, and they can make it really hard for all our opponents, as they did this afternoon".

"It's a 0-0 in a derby, we kept our unbeaten run against Everton".

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The former Lille striker has scored 24 goals in 88 games for the 18-time English champions.

Goal understands Oxlade-Chamberlain will be in contention to feature for Liverpool's U23 side in their game against Everton at Anfield on Monday.

We don't expect any changes at the back as the duo of Virgil van Dijk and Joel Matip are starting to perform well together. It's really the pitch sometimes. Absolutely stay cool and play football, fight for everything and everything will be fine in the end. Four days ago we spoke about the free-flowing Liverpool side. He criticised Everton fans for their celebration - which the ex-Reds star feels shows "how far behind they are". "We didn't score, that happens".

When Everton's Morgan Schneiderlin got caught out of position in central midfield, Fabinho slipped through a pass, but Salah narrowed the angle too much and goalkeeper Jordan Pickford pulled off a good save.

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"I'm really disappointed about your question".

Jurgen Klopp could also be boosted by the returns of some key players this month, but the German boss will know that his side cannot afford any more slip-ups if they are to catch the champions.

And he replied with: "I think if you ask Liverpool supporter if they would like that kind of player back ie".

"Is there any draw we didn't try to win?" It is not like that, come on.

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"But scoring is not a final thing - I still have to work hard because everything you have done in football is forgotten and it's about the future". There are nine games to go, we don't lose our nerve - like you, obviously. You can not play in the Premier League like that.