Wijnaldum still upbeat despite Liverpool’s draw with Leicester

Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp during the match Action Images via Reuters  Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio video

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"I hear people say it's unsporting, but it's an advantage, if their box is clear then it's better to defend".

Pep Guardiola is not concerned about the way his Manchester City players use social media, despite a post from Kyle Walker that appeared to mock Premier League title rivals Liverpool.

Despite dropping two points, Liverpool actually extended their lead in the Premier League table to five points due to Manchester City's shock 2-1 loss to another of Owen's former clubs, relegation-threatened Newcastle United, something Owen believes the players need to keep in mind.

Butut after Maguire scored the Leicester equaliser which stopped Liverpool going seven points clear last night, his fellow Sheffield United youth product's attempt at banter was very forced and he ended up deleting it because of the backlash to it.

"We don't think we run through the league and beat everybody".

"Am I disappointed after we don't win a game?"

"But I do think at this moment of time that City are making mistakes and Liverpool look like they are making less".

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However, Klopp is happy with the five-point advantage they now have and spelled out just how hard they know life will be in the final three months of the season. "Of course I am", Klopp said. Then Bournemouth and we go again. But I don't bring it together with the Man City game.

"That's how I understand sports".

"The boys are normal human beings, I am a normal human being. It's not the end of the world if you drop points now, there is time to make it up, but when February is done and we are getting into March then we are into the run-in".

"Why is Klopp so full of s**t lately", tweeted a Man City fan.

Jurgen Klopp will be hoping that failing to win tonight will not impact his team's morale moving forward, with some massive games coming up over the next few weeks. Not too much to be honest.

"I think it is a good performance". "It was a great opportunity to go seven points clear, but we've added another point". It may have been an act of complacency, as City won the title comfortably past year and may have tried to cut corners in the summer window, thinking they didn't need reinforcements, which has since been proved incorrect.

"But we can also do one way similar to Liverpool, similar to Tottenham, doing more with young players, using well players who can improve with us".

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