Premier League table: Latest standings as Liverpool win, Chelsea falter against Wolves

Premier League table: Latest standings as Liverpool win, Chelsea falter against Wolves

"Hopefully one day I can be captain for them both".

While Liverpool is second in the standings, Burnley is two points above the relegation zone.

Roberto Firmino bundled home a close-range equaliser at the end of a move involving Lallana further back - proving you can't measure everything with goals and assists - and the second came at a crucial juncture.

"But on the other hand, down the years we have had some big results, some important results, we had one recently against a fine side in Tottenham, and a good point at Old Trafford".

Only leaders Manchester City can top their home points tally, boasting four more from 15 games - but City have a loss on their record, against Crystal Palace.

One of the most stunning victories in their fabled European history will send fourth-placed United to fifth-placed Arsenal in great heart for a match that has the feel of a six-pointer.

This was a real test of Liverpool's mental fortitude after a run that has seen them draw five of their previous seven games in the league and Champions League.

Jurgen Klopp was not happy with the officials or the wind as Liverpool just beat Burnley (Pic: GETTY) "Are we allowed to talk about the conditions?"


Belgian global Lukaku scored two goals to give Manchester United a priceless 3-1 win at Paris Saint Germain (PSG) in their last 16-second leg clash and that was more than enough for the Red Devils to secure a quarterfinal spot on away goals.

Liverpool are unbeaten in their last 35 Premier League home games (W25 D10).

The Reds have endured a wobble in recent weeks in their pursuit of the Premier League title.

"So if you put the two in 10, absolutely terrific, the points return in those games, 18 points - almost two a game in the Premier League is really good".

"The message from today is that nobody gets rid of us, if we play as we played today".

Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah play a limited role but score in the first half, and the Reds get three much-needed points. Well, truth be said, Liverpool have let the baton slip over the last two away games and even winning all the remaining nine games might not be enough for them to win the title.

"We have very often talks and if you are a striker or an offensive player and you have chances in a game, you want to score with them".

Asked if Liverpool go to Germany with confidence of progressing, Robertson replied: "Yes, of course - we have to".

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