Sports Desk: Liverpool drew 2-2 in a crucial match against Manchester City. As a result, with seven matches in hand, Liverpool City was one point behind. However, as a result of this draw, City coach Pep Guardiola seems to have given a new life to the opponents. Meanwhile, Liverpool coach Jর্গrgen Klopp said his team would eventually chase City.
At home to Etihad last night, City went ahead twice with goals from Kevin de Bruyne and Gabriel Jesus. However, Liverpool responded twice with goals from Diego Jotta and Sadio Mann, ending the thrilling match with a 2-2 draw.
"I think we gave them a life after this draw," Guardiola said in response to the draw. But it's a pleasure to watch Liverpool play. I know how good they are and no doubt about it. But I am proud of my team. I told the team, I do not want to regret this for a second.
Liverpool are breathing down their necks, he told the team what to do at this moment. "We now know that if we draw a match, we will not be champions," he said. The task will not be easy at all. But it is also going to be difficult for them. "
Both teams had a chance in the match. Klopp saw his opportunity as big. "I am not happy at all, but I think we could have won the match. When we played, they had a lot of problems. We wanted to play live, but that was not part of the plan. They played more straightforwardly than us. '
However, both teams are now seven matches away from the end. If City wins all the matches, the title will go to City, and if Liverpool wins all the matches, Liverpool will be the champion if City loses the points. However, leaving those accounts aside, Liverpool will chase City, said Klopp. "Now it's seven matches for two teams," he said. We won't stop chasing, it's clear.