Both Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur will play earlier than initially scheduled on the weekend of the 4th-6th May after the Premier League brought their matches forward to give both teams more rest ahead of the second legs of their respective Champions League semi-finals.
"That is why we live an incredible life in this incredible club".
"The pressure is on, and it's high pressure to perform and to fight", he said. "I trust a lot in him".
Asked if it could affect the title race, Klopp said: "I've no idea, but it was unbelievable, eh?" And today it's paid off. "I love for my players, that they are again and again doing that, arriving in the latter stages and being there, I like it, that is where we are". And players are now gaining huge financial reward for the their brilliant run to the semi-finals. "Now it's about trying to be strong and recovering the energy".
Guardiola set his side up to restrict Tottenham in the first leg, when City were beaten 1-0, but Wednesday's encounter was wide open, with both teams exchanging four goals in the opening 11 minutes.
"That is not going to change".
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Tottenham are battling with injuries and will have confirmed on their official website that Harry Kane, Serge Aurier, Harry Winks and Vincent Janssen are all unavailable.
Manchester City and Liverpool dominate the Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year award with Raheem Sterling and Virgil van Dijk among those shortlisted.
The 29-year-old has established himself as one of the Premier League's finest centre-backs in recent seasons, and the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea are believed to be interested in a cut-price move for the Belgian.
Manchester City followed their Champions League quarter final with a must win league game against Spurs just days later and face Manchester United in the league on Wednesday.
"Of course we want to improve and cut out mistakes, we know it, we talk it. Especially here with the fans (to) keep the title alive", Bernardo said. Many Premier League squads divide their club bonuses in a way that enables younger and lesser earning players to receive a larger share of the pot than the bigger earners.