Klopp joy as Liverpool go top with 'ugly' win

Ajustar Comentario Impresión

One of the most important members of that Treble winning season was Andrew Cole and the striker, who played for both United and City during his career, was on Sky Sports Monday Night football last night.

Liverpool won against Spurs by a late Alderweireld goal. Every game from now until May 12 looks like being must win now and we look set for the most exciting title race since 2012.

"It makes life easier for us".

Liverpool visit Southampton on Friday for their 33rd top-flight fixture of the campaign - and Mane is aiming to win all six remaining matches in the hope doing so would be enough to finish above the reigning champions.

One player who will definitely start for Tottenham against Palace is Hugo Lloris as Pochettino has confirmed he'll stand by his captain despite his error that led to Liverpool's late victor at the weekend.

The Dutchman became the first defender since 2013 to be awarded the EPL Player of the Month award this year, proving how an incredible season he is having. "So, we'll probably play the 23s at City and get ready for Burnley".

A real test follows as Liverpool host Chelsea, the side who spoilt their title charge in 2014 with former Blues boss Jose Mourinho leading his side to a 2-0 win at Anfield.

"I think there's one picture where Jamie Vardy and Harry Kane are sat together on the bench at Leicester. Harry did it the hard way".

"And so that in itself tells you that there was a lead that that is already lost".

Tottenham have announced a new five-year partnership with Saracens which will see the rugby side use their new stadium for their annual "Big Game" Gallagher Premiership Rugby game from 2020.

And Guardiola had the same feeling as plenty of Manchester City fans would have as the ball went in off Alderweireld.

"After Spurs' goal we started playing again more". We can, however, question the likelihood of Cardiff scoring?

"That's a big team - you always have to find a way to win and that's what we did". City, on the other hand, are second, two points behind Liverpool, with a match in hand. "He picks the lesser of two evils".