Jurgen Klopp Explains Row With Sadio Mane At Full Time

Jurgen Klopp Explains Row With Sadio Mane At Full Time

Jurgen Klopp Explains Row With Sadio Mane At Full Time

Although Liverpool gave away the lead with just a minute of normal time remaining, there were plenty of positives to take away from the game, not least another fine performance from Mohamed Salah.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp bemoaned his side's lack of luck as Chelsea scored a fluke late goal to earn a share of the points at Anfield on Saturday. Tottenham Hotspur dropped two points in a draw with West Bromwich Albion today so that was another draw in which Man City were the de facto winners today.

"In our situation, in all the other clubs' [situations], if we would really now think about Manchester City we would all be really insane", he said.

"Look at our run of games, we've highlighted them, we've got every opportunity to pick up a lot of points". He was not happy and said to me, 'Mo (Salah) wanted to come in the position.' But Mo already had 90 minutes in his legs.

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"It's really important in life you have your own targets and the right targets, then you can be a happy person - and a happy person can stay a confident person and a confident person can reach a lot". You need a little bit of luck and I don't think we had it today. But for sure we deserved to score, and we created many chances to draw and then to try to win.

"If we can keep everyone fit, now it is the business part of the season for us and we will have a better idea after Christmas [about our targets] but obviously Liverpool Football Club wants to win trophies."

"Our position is still OK, but we have to improve". (Anfield) is clearly a hard place to come, so we'll take the point and keep going.

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