Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp challenged Manchester City and promised them a fight until the end, but also added that every game is like a final for his team. The Reds reduced City’s lead at the top to just one point after a 2-0 win over Arsenal with nine games left in the season.
After Manchester City withdrawn in October and November, many believed the Premier League title race was over in December, albeit in the three months since things changed. Pep GuardiolaThe Liverpool side faltered a few times, losing key points which saw Liverpool come back in contention and now the Reds are just a point behind. A 2-0 win over Arsenal wednesday saw Jurgen KloppThe side cut the lead up and down and it stunned a few.
However, with nine games remaining for the two title contenders, the title race is far from over although Jurgen Klopp believes every game will now be like a final for his side. But despite that, the German has claimed he will give Manchester City a real fight until the very end and that includes when they face Guardiola’s side in a few weeks. He also added that while the momentum is good, they need to be wary and on their toes going forward.
“We play City in three or four weeks and then we’ll give them a real fight. I don’t think much of City, that’s the truth. I know the only chance we have is to win an incredible number of games because our opponents do. Over the last few years we have pushed ourselves to insane levels,” Klopp said, the Guardian reported.
“It makes every game a final. You can enjoy it for sure, but it’s intense, then comes the physical part and you’re tired. Momentum is the most fragile flower on the planet. Someone steps on it and then it’s gone. I’m not a big friend of the moose. You just have to find a way out.
Follow us on Facebook here
Stay connected with us on Twitter here
Like and share our Instagram page here