Jurgen Klopp wishing for the impossible

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Jurgen Klopp wishing for the impossible after the move to the top of the Premier League following their 1-1 draw against Tottenham.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is wishing for the impossible as he wishes the Premier League season end after they move top of the table following their 1-1 draw against Tottenham.

Liverpool forward Luis Diaz scored in the second half of the game at Anfield to rescue a point for the Reds after Tottenham Son gave the London club the lead.

The battle for the title race continues in the Premier League though

Jurgen Klopp while speaking to the media said: “If you ask me, my favourite situation, it just stays like this with the same points tally, and City and us, we lose all the rest of the games in the Premier League and it stays like this.

“That would be great, but we all know it will not happen. So in this moment, we are disappointed. The boys are more disappointed than I am – it might be because of my age, because I saw pretty much everything already in my life.”

Manchester City are yet to play their game as they will host Newcastle United at the Etihad stadium later today in the Premier League.

Klopp claims he would love to see Manchester City drop points against Newcastle United but admits the problem is playing again on Tuesday against Aston Villa as he says it will be another tough 95 minutes.

“I would love to sit here and say, ‘Yes, City will drop points.’ The only problem is I can’t see it. This is the problem. I would wish I would think differently about it, it’s just I can’t see it. But we will see what happens. My problem in the moment is not how City smashes Newcastle tomorrow. My problem is that we play on Tuesday against Aston Villa and, again, we do like we won this game already – but that’s, of course, not the case.

“It’s the toughest 95 minutes in between now and the final whistle – that’s crazy. So again, we have a point more than before – that’s good – and from the situation we were in when we were 1-0 down, it’s massively better, to be honest.

“The goal counts really. But it was not exactly what we wanted and now we have to deal with it and we will – that’s clear. So again, we will try to prepare as good as possible – as we always do – and try to be ready for Aston Villa. Villa Park, oh my God, that will be tough as well, but we will give it a try.”



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