Jurgen Klopp refuses to concede defeat to title race

Jurgen Klopp refuses to concede defeat to title race

"If we had won against Leicester, I think it would have been a really good December – but we didn’t," Jurgen Klopp told a press conference ahead of the Chelsea game.

"All of a sudden, because of the form of City, it is a difficult moment from outside.

"From us, not so much because we expect there is always the possibility of losing a football game. That’s now over and we have to make sure we are on it again.

"When you have this close fight – especially with an incredibly-consistent team as City, where it looks like they are not a little bit fazed by Covid or injuries, it is just they are in a good moment – you cannot win the league properly in the winter, it is unlikely.

"But what they have done is absolutely deserved. There will be a decisive moment in April and you have to be close enough.

"So many games to
play, so many different competitions to play, and we have to make sure we have enough players to compete.

"But let’s just play on and at the end of the season one team will be champion."

As it stands, Man City have a nine-point lead over Liverpool who have one game in hand.

The moment in April Klopp refers to is the clash between the two sides at the Etihad Stadium. A lot can change in three months' time - let's hope it won't be City consolidating their lead further.

Source: The Independent
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