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Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp has said his team will pursue an unprecedented quartet on Saturday despite a huge blow to their Premier League title hopes.
Klopp’s team has already won the League Cup, reached the FA Cup and the Champions League finals, and the win against Tottenham on Saturday would have increased the pressure on Manchester City in the title race.
But he was content with a 1-1 draw with Tottenham, and if he beat United at Newcastle on Sunday, he would have finished with 12 consecutive wins at home, and City would be able to beat those who chase them by three points.
Son Heung-min gave the Spurs the lead, but Lewis Diaz equalized, but Liverpool could not find their way to victory due to their lack of regular performance.
“I’m not happy, but I’m not as sad as the players at the moment, and it’s my job to explain why this happened,” said Globe, who dropped Villarreal in the Champions League final on Tuesday. After a tense encounter at Anfield.
“They get frustrated in the dressing room, it was hard. You need luck in the crucial moments when you face big teams.
“That’s why the task is so difficult. That’s why the Quartet is not possible and there is a reason why no one in this country can succeed. We will continue to strive.”
Globe praised his players and refused to see a justification for losing key points, but admitted he did not expect Manchester City to falter on Sunday.
“I was not expecting this. I wish I had thought differently,” he said.
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