Klopp and his City counterpart Pep Guardiola were satisfied with their team's displays in a tight, tactical encounter which finished 0-0 at Anfield, but the German was clearly frustrated to now lose his players for global duty. I think he touched the ball a bit but not enough. "We deserved to win, but sometimes it's important not to lose, as well". "I'm just playing good football because we are playing good football", he said. "Everyone misses penalties - even big, big, big players". And we hope that they come back healthy and play these easy competitions, the Premier League, the Champions League and all this.
You have to go further down the table to find Manchester United in eighth place and, much like Arsenal, I do not see them as title contenders at all. We know how complicated it is playing in this stadium and how unsafe they are.
"We know Aguero is the penalty taker, but that is how far the analysis has gone now".
'We have to start thinking about the players.
City pasted Liverpool 5-0 in their first league clash last season, but the Reds enjoyed the rub of the green after that with a 4-3 victory at Anfield and would go on to defeat the Citizens 5-1 over two legs in the Champions League quarter-final. "It was really intense and both showed respect for the other team", he said.
An worldwide break now beckons and Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp bemoaned its timing - and the demands it is placing on players.
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"Not struggling in the sense of playing badly but I felt as though Liverpool just had the edge on them when I was watching". It is so hard to defend so I am really happy how we did it.
"I would not like to speak about the referees, about the decisions", Guardiola said. We had a little setback on Wednesday.
"To respond is really important, but to respond is really hard when the next opponent is Manchester City because there is no time for any wrong thoughts or whatever".
That transpired on the pitch, especially it appears in the first half injury to influential figure James Milner, and meant Liverpool couldn't press with their usual relentlessness. "Riyad feels deflated, he feels he has let us down", he said. "I am happy with the results we got".
While analysing the game afterwards for Sky Sports, Jamie Carragher revealed that he spotted John Achterberg gesturing to Alisson to dive to the right when Mahrez was getting ready to take the penalty. We didn't create much but that is normal because they are so strong.