Manchester City's Sane put's pressure on Liverpool: We're right behind you

Posted January 05, 2019

"If Mo is on his feet - not in the moment when he jumps over him - we talk differently (about the outcome)".

Social media users have been sharing footage of the incident, claiming to know exactly what the Man City skipper said towards Salah. "He is still a nice guy, with a really bad decision".

The Reds were looking to open up a 10-point gap over City with a victory and looked close to securing a draw, but Leroy Sane's victor in the 72nd minute was the difference in a game that had no shortage of heart-pumping moments.

The Portugal worldwide also claimed an assist as City closed within four points of Liverpool, who were condemned to their first defeat of the Premier League campaign.

However, Klopp insists he would have paid a insane amount of money for Liverpool's current position at this stage of the season.

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"System wise it wasn't a real alternative in the beginning and we adapted well after we changed, only because Gini [Georginio Wijnaldum] played really well on the left wing, or half left wing, if you like", Klopp said.

With this victory, the Man City boss will be desperate for his players to keep the pressure on Liverpool and hope that they crack. For us it was just another important Premier League game.

The hosts did go through on goal themselves - and scored in the 40th minute. "We always want to score, to show who we are and how we play".

"It was an intense game for both teams". "Liverpool are, at the moment, maybe the best team in Europe, or the world, so we were happy we could beat them".

"We are still in a pretty good position so it's all fine for us".

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"He had an unbelievable game and I'm so pleased he is back for us".

Liverpool had a number of opportunities at the home of the reigning champions, leaving Klopp to wonder what might have happened in the frantic affair had his side been more clinical.

In the first half, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah combined magnificently to put teammate Sadio Mane through on goal, but his shot struck the post.

John Stones then smacked his panicked clearance into City goalkeeper Ederson but the England global redeemed himself by clearing just before all of the ball had crossed the line.

"I would have paid money for it you can not believe", Klopp said. Now it is about reaction and I am sure the lads will react in the right way. "We lost, but it's not the biggest problem".

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"For tonight, the boys tried everything, and we got nothing for it".