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The German's predecessor Brendan Rodgers, Rafael Benitez and Gerard Houllier all led Liverpool FC to a second-place finish but fell just short of football immortality.

City's shock 2-1 defeat at struggling Newcastle on Tuesday offered Liverpool the chance to open up a seven-point lead but Juergen Klopp's side could only manage a point with a 1-1 draw at home to Leicester.

Longstaff said: "It's unbelievable for me to be able to see where I am, as a young 21-year-old lad, trying to break in to see what the top level is. We had most of the ball and then it's hard to break them down then".

"Hopefully we can improve and we can do better in the upcoming games".

The Reds scored in the first three minutes thanks to some creative play from Sadio Mane, but a Harry Maguire goal before half time stopped Liverpool from getting three points.

"I thought he might have given Origi another go". It's a good example that we can use in the future. To concede as early as we did and then to stay in the game like we did, then second half the way in which we defended - not just the back five, the whole team, from Rondon up front through to Ayoze (Perez), (Christian) Atsu, everyone.

"That's not something that we focus on", he said.

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"I'm really happy it's a Wednesday night game because I hope our supporters feel the need of real support".

"Mane would not have been alone (on goal) because Mo Salah would have been around him, it was a two-versus-Schmeichel situation, if that is not a real goalscoring situation, I don't know what is".

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"These are the three best teams, we should imitate them, not others". We are really looking forward to it, but it won't be easy like the last game (a 4-3 victory over Crystal Palace) was not easy.

"Against Tottenham, Chelsea and Man City early in the season, all those big games and tough games we were so close, with only one goal in a lot of them".

"Zaha is the sort of player who would suit us down to the ground", Tanner told Patrick Christys' PC Gone Mad (weekdays 12pm-3pm).

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