Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp: Nobody gets rid of us in title chase

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp: Nobody gets rid of us in title chase

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp: Nobody gets rid of us in title chase

In their last six league matches, they've taken 10 out of a possible 18 points, failing to score in two of their last three contests. It was hard for me at times but I didn't feel suffocated by the fans.

Manchester City are top now and Liverpool can not afford any more slip-ups as they welcome Burnley to Anfield.

"I don't over-think and drive myself insane over it but at the same time, I have been honest and open", said Gerrard.

There was widespread bemusement around Anfield upon the announcement that Adam Lallana would be starting a must-win Premier League game against Burnley.

Sergio Aguero has told Manchester City to learn lessons from Paris Saint-Germain's shock Champions League exit to Manchester United. We knew that the key game to win was the one we played against them and from that moment we started to narrow the gap.

Liverpool are determined to finally capture the Premier League title after so many years of waiting and it is why no-one inside Anfield will look beyond their midday showdown with Sean Dyche's men. It was clear; if he can play like he trained, then he will help us a lot and that is exactly how it happened. It was the beginning of the second half that Dyche would have rued as, while not creating many clear cut chances, they enjoyed a good spell of possession but failed to test Alisson before Firmino sealed the points.

"Most of the problems will be sorted probably after the global break but with Dejan we have to see because he's been out for a while".

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"I was from Kettering, I couldn't get up there all the time".

"When we were in that situation, I didn't feel suffocated from the fans".

The Reds English centre-back has still not recovered from the injury which sparked an outbreak from Klopp on the night when the 51-year-old manager was outspoken in his criticism of the Clarets' physical approach. But I actually met him as in to have a chat with him.

"It is normal that the supporters want it more than anyone", he said.

Still, while Jurgen Klopp will be disappointed by his side's lack of consistent firepower recently, he can take comfort in the fact they're unbeaten in nine and haven't lost to Burnley since August 2016.

"As you can imagine, fantastic fella that he is, he's just chatting away as you would about football, but deep down I'm remembering that little tiny ginger kid, thinking "wow, that's King Kenny", and watching him on TV".

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