Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp expressed his perspective on how the English championship can be won.
“We need to be close to perfection. But in this case, the ideal depends on the situation. There are no perfect seasons in which 114 points are scored by a team. That is, a particular situation, conditions, and the density of the schedule need to be coped with. We need to be as close as possible to perfection, and that’s what we’re trying to do.
Since the fight is very sharp, the leaders in the Premier League table are constantly changing. The title race is different from other seasons this year, we should be ready for one hundred percent.
I know that only the outcome counts in football, but you need to change the game first, and our last match was very successful (Liverpool drew with Manchester United with the score of 0:0-approx. Showsport). This outcome is not a tragedy or an ideal, but it is not so critical. We’ve got to play as well as possible.
In the match against Manchester United, I saw a lot of positive stuff, and if we had won, everyone would have seen it too. But because we didn’t get the win, no one cares about it. “My point of view, however, is unchanged,” Klopp said.
On January 21, Liverpool will face Burnley in the Premier League.
In the first half-hour, Liverpool dominated but did not exploit Pogba’s vulnerabilities. The game was leveled by Manchester United and the best chances were