Liverpool 'under pressure' in Champions League race - Jurgen Klopp

Jonathan Hernandez
December 25, 2017

Since then Salah has been unstoppable, scoring an incredible 15 Premier League goals at the halfway stage of the season.

He should have scored a header in the first half, but his equalising goal towards the end was a welcome boost with 20 minutes of the game remaining.

"This year, I don't think that anyone apart from Manchester City and maybe Manchester United are thinking too much about how they can win the league".

"But we went there in January and won in hard circumstances when the team was low in confidence".

However, Liverpool later equalized through Roberto Firmino when Petr Cech was not able to keep his shot out as the game eventually ended in a thrilling stalemate.

Half-and-half scarves, bearing the images of Arsène Wenger and Jurgen Klopp, were being hawked in the streets around the Emirates stadium. "We are a very good football team". Like Firmino, he had more chances and on another night would have taken them, but Salah remains our most risky player this season.

Swansea were in relegation trouble last season when Paul Clement's side went to Anfield in January and won 3-2.

Britton is a modern-day Swansea great with more than 500 appearances to his name, and guided the club to a 1-1 draw in his first match against Crystal Palace.

"If he stays as manager then it's the same career I had years ago - that's how I became a manager at Mainz", Klopp said.

"I am not saying he is up at that level, but when you watch him and he's trying to work it on to that left side".

"That makes it even worse, the feeling of [the result at Arsenal], because so far we were really okay with this kind of injury and now it happened in the middle of the [busy] period, or whatever".

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