Leaders Liverpool achieved their longest winning streak since April 2014 with Sunday's 2-0 success at Cardiff making it nine victories on the trot.
Klopp's side now lead the Premier League by two points from title rivals Manchester City, whilst they will also meet Spanish giants Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals. If we look at the features that they have left and compare those with Manchester City we can see that the Reds have an edge.
"We just have to stay focused on our things, that's what has worked so well so far and there is no reason we should change that".
All we can do is keep asking them questions and keep winning our games. "We look forward to hosting Liverpool F.C. and invite its fans from throughout North America and the world to visit us for the match against Dortmund".
"We did our job (at Cardiff)".
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Rappelons que le pays continent a remporté le titre à sept reprises, la dernière fois en 1974 face aux Etats-Unis, 26 années après.
Liverpool medical staff face a quick turnaround if they want to ensure the 25-year-old will be fit in time for their next fixture, which is at home to Huddersfield Town on Friday night.
Regardless of the result up the M62, Jurgen Klopp and his side have reached a point in the season where anything less would be disastrous.
Even by the rarified atmosphere of Manchester derbies, there will seldom have been so much on the line for both sides of the city when Manchester United host Manchester City on Wednesday.
"They need to do themselves a favour".
"That was disappointing but they said the sun might have got in the linesman's eyes for that one".
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On pouvait alors entendre "Suicidez-vous, suicidez-vous", lancés aux hommes leur faisant face. Plusieurs enseignes ont été vandalisées, a constaté une journaliste de l'AFP.
Three Chelsea fans were stopped from entering Slavia Prague's stadium for a Europa League game after an alleged Islamophobic chant about Salah recently after a video circulated on the media.
"Once again, one or two things have gone against us, but I'm always like that, aren't I?" the Cardiff boss told the BBC.
"We're putting in decent performances so hopefully we can pick up more points".
"If United get a point and we go to Newcastle thinking we have it, then we could get knocked there".
"I don't watch them, to be honest".
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She said she is running "to get rid of this President, ' and that Congress "should take the steps towards impeachment". During a series of town hall events on CNN Monday night, several 2020 Democratic presidential candidates weighed in.