Sunday in the Premier League all eyes focused on the big game between Liverpool and Manchester City. Both teams are in the lead with 19 points on the 21st, and appear to be the favorite for the title in may. “But I think now is not yet the title,” said Liverpool coach Jürgen Klopp on Friday at a press conference.
It is all of 1990 ago that Liverpool is to English champion crowned, and the fans of The Reds have dreams all aloud of here this year to end. Klopp tempers, however, are the expectations. “It has little meaning to the title to be busy,” said the German, who on his care for the machine of Pep Guardiola. “Against City is always difficult. We will be ready to stand in and do our best to bring the opposition away from our goal and to prevent that City opportunities. It is hard work.”
Klopp also gave an update on Near Keïta. The 23-year-old Guinea had Wednesday’s Champions League visit to Napoli, the party’s early strike with back pain. After the match, he was taken to the hospital for further investigation. “We know at this time whether or not he can work out tomorrow, we will have to wait. It did not look too much out, so the chance exists that he is fit hit. We will later take a decision.”