Jurgen Klopp sets target for Liverpool as title pursuit hots up

Jurgen Klopp sets target for Liverpool as title pursuit hots up

"Let's try that and if that's enough, perfect".

Liverpool's most hard games are finished and they just need to see out the final four matches to have a shot at a first title in 29 years.

Jürgen Klopp said he was blown away by the majesty of Mohamed Salah's goal against Chelsea as he challenged Liverpool to end their title run-in with a faultless finish.

"I don't mean selfish in a bad way but he wants to score goals".

Pep Guardiola has insisted Manchester City have to win all of their remaining five Premier League games to claim back-to-back titles.

"The performance was really good but to really make it happen you need the goals and we got them, all good".

After the loss, Chelsea are now fourth on the table with 66 points from 34 games and they have now played one game more than their top-four rivals. And we didn't lose it here or there or whatever. "Only weak people and idiots bring something like this up".

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An African star, who capitalised on Steven Gerrard's infamous slip at Anfield, has revealed he did not feel any remorse for the Liverpool legend after his mistake against Jose Mourinho's Chelsea side in 2014.

The incident is said to have occurred after Senegalese striker Sadio Mane put Jurgen Klopp's side 1-0 to the good at Anfield shortly after half-time, with Chelsea supporters said to have subsequently removed the illegal item from the stand on to the pitch.

"We stayed in the match for 50 minutes".

Salah seems to be back in form and has now hit the back of the net for the second time in two games.

"My biggest problem with Manchester United at this point in time is maybe whereas six weeks ago I could see a picture of how they wanted to play, I can't anymore".

The race for the Premier League title looks to be going right down to the wire, with Liverpool and City not showing any signs that they are going to ease up.

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