Wijnaldum reveals simple Klopp message which has kept Liverpool on title track

Wijnaldum reveals simple Klopp message which has kept Liverpool on title track

Wijnaldum reveals simple Klopp message which has kept Liverpool on title track

Liverpool extended their lead over Manchester City to five points but missed the opportunity to capitalise fully on the champions' defeat at Newcastle United as they failed to beat a team outside the top six for the first time this season.

"It was not our best night. So we have to wait for when the right moments come". "The players have been asked how they would react if they went behind, so the way we fought back was fantastic", Solskjaer said. The reigning player of the year scored twice against Palace and has nine goals in his last eight games.

"We are not at the top and that can sometimes happen, I can understand the players so congratulations to Newcastle".

Liverpool host Leicester City on Wednesday, with the prospect of moving seven points clear of City if they win.

"They've got Champions League games to play soon with Schalke coming up in February [in the last 16], so maybe that's the case".

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Like Man City the day before, Liverpool raced out to an early lead, only to be unable to add to it while allowing the opposition to stick around. Then in the 80th minute, Newcastle was awarded a penalty and Matt Ritchie finished for the winning goal.

"When you lose games you analyse them more than when you win". "The second time in a game where a striker of ours is brought down at the halfway line, and we treat it like it was I don't know where".

While some pundits feel that Liverpool might be able to end their decades-old trophy drought and win the league but Arsenal legend Ray Parlour feels that Man City are still the favourites to win the Premier League. The game was not good. He's important, he is our captain and on the field, he gives us extra that few central defenders around the world can give us. Pep Guardiola will no doubt point to this result as an example of Liverpool's frailties, especially as we enter the title run in.

Muric, 20, a Kosovo global, is the current second choice and has played in the run to the League Cup final.

The 25-year-old was reportedly the subject of interest from Manchester United during the last transfer window after impressing for England at the World Cup in Russian Federation.

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