Klopp: Liverpool can handle title pressure

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Come back in May and we play another one.

The 21-year-old starred for England as it reached the Nations League Finals, having missed its run to the World Cup semifinals following an ankle injury late last season.

I don't know where he got that from to be honest but it's all good, he is entitled to his view. That's what every player should do, ' Gundogan said.

City are two points behind Liverpool following yesterday's big win over Arsenal, and any result besides a defeat for West Ham would help the Blues out massively in the title race.

"We are still second".

With the game delicately poised at half-time following Harry Maguire's stoppage time equaliser for the Foxes just before the break, the Liverpool grounds staff proceeded to clear snow off the field - but only in the half the Reds would be attacking for the next 45 minutes.

"We don't want to look to the other clubs - we just look to ourselves", he told Liverpoolfc.com at Melwood. We go game by game and our mentality has to be to stay until the end of the season in first place.

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Asked about similarities between Guardiola and Klopp, the Germany midfielder replied: "They are different in terms of playing style and their characters, but both of them are great people, great human beings that I really like".

The Liverpool manager added: "After the Leicester game I heard the words from [Claude] Puel that they deserved more". You go out and play.

'That's how I felt when we were able to win at Dortmund that title.

"Liverpool have won 4-0 and 4-1 on their previous two visits to London Stadium and this might turn out to be exactly the game they need right now", Lawrenson said.

"But the next game is hard again and then comes Bournemouth, who beat Chelsea 4-0 and not because Chelsea made them presents". We can not change that. "They have to play their games and we have to play ours".

City face Everton on Wednesday before Chelsea at the weekend and will endure a hectic schedule this month with three midweek matches.

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