Klopp: Liverpool have taken an important step forward against Manchester City

Van Dijk: Liverpool not panicked by Man City and will definitely bounce back

Van Dijk: Liverpool not panicked by Man City and will definitely bounce back

Liverpool are now four-points clear of defending champions Manchester City in the Premier League as they look to win their first title in 29 years.

"It doesn't change anything". Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino has never won a trophy at any of his clubs and Tottenham have not been English champions since 1961. With the possibility they could have fallen 10 points behind, it was a game City could not afford to lose.

"We are disappointed we lost but there is no reason for panic". They're obviously delighted (seeing) their reaction at the end but they've not won it either. "What we have to do now is to keep our confidence and win the next game".

This is an impressive Liverpool team, make no mistake, and they are stronger in all departments than the team that went so close to winning the title under Brendan Rodgers in 2014.

"It is a new experience for all of us". Unfortunately we lost and couldn't get a result.

The Bundesliga club are clearly reluctant to let his contract wind down too much further and that should have alerted Liverpool in particular with the young forward a flawless fit for this energetic and creative Klopp team. Liverpool fans, in particular, might feel it is worth sacrificing everything to concentrate on league progress for the rest of this season, though in reality that is usually much easier said than done and the chances of ending up with nothing are high.

"I really like Vincent Kompany", Klopp said in his Sky post-match interview.

"If that goes in it might have been a completely different game". You have to win every game so we will see what happens.

Claude Puel has highlighted Newport County's qualities as Leicester City prepare to head to Rodney Parade in the Emirates FA Cup Third Round on Sunday (4:30pm GMT kick-off).

The Citizens reduced the gap to Klopp's Premier League leaders to four points and reignited the title race with the victory.

Wolves are winless in their last six home FA Cup games (D2 L4), since beating Doncaster in a replay in round three in 2010/11.

"We knew it was going to be a very tough season and there will be ups and downs".

"We're going there to win", he added. "We will. We can go on another unbeaten run". "We will focus on recovering and make sure we are ready for the next game".

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