Klopp not nervous amid Premier League title fight

Klopp not nervous amid Premier League title fight

"For the last five, six, seven weeks, we talked about a two-horse race but now Tottenham are in behind", Klopp said. "For me they are 100% in the race". So that's the situation.

As a result, we at The Hard Tackle expect Jurgen Klopp's side to walk away with a victory from the London Stadium and stretch their lead at the top over Manchester City to five points.

"Of course, you need players fit and available, that helps". We have to fight. We have 62 points, lost one game in the full season so far, which is very positive. The only thing I always knew is to do the right thing as often as possible, stay focused on your own way and don't think about the other things around, and do it as much and as good as you can. "If you get a point at West Ham, that's fine".

Mane's goal should have been ruled out, West Ham missed several big chances and Origi was clearly offside (although the linesman didn't flag) as he missed a huge chance to win the game in stoppage time.

"Obviously, our goal was offside", he said.

"After the game, our analysts told me immediately".

They scored the goal and it was a deserved draw.


"Yesterday night we trained and after the session we had to change three positions. That is of course not flawless", Klopp explained.

"I am not a nervous person and so I was never nervous before we won the first title at Dortmund". That's where we struggled a bit.

Liverpool could have snatched a victor through Divock Origi with the last kick of the game, although the Belgian appeared to be offside as he struck his effort straight at Lukasz Fabianski.

Speaking to LiverpoolFC.com, Klopp explained the decision for Gomez to have surgery came with his long-term future in mind.

They defended well, that's true. They didn't scare us.

"They have quality; there's no doubt about it".

West Ham had looked the more likely to score for the vast majority of the opening 45 minutes, though, and they threatened again in the early stages of the second half when Issa Diop climbed highest from a corner to flick a header wide.

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