The Reds drew 1-1 at home to Antonio Conte’s men at Anfield to give City a huge boost in their attempt to win their fourth title in five years under Pep Guardiola. Klopp’s men will look at the title race in the same fashion that they did in 2018-19, where they lost out to City by a solitary point after an enthralling title battle.
But despite their previous failures, the German has urged his men not to lose heart as they seek an unprecedented quadruple. “I am not sure I even said it is not over to my players, to be honest, because I think that is obvious and I rarely say obvious things,” Klopp explained.
“It is clear. We both have three games to play and before they are played we don’t take the points and I’m pretty sure City is not doing that. As far as they are reachable, why should we stop believing? And that’s what we do.
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