Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has given his verdict on his side falling short of Manchester City’s Premier League points record. Arsenal’s win over the champions means that Klopp’s side will not be able to surpass City’s total of points this season. Speaking afterwards, Klopp admitted he felt no disappointment in his side not being able to break City’s 100-point record.
Jurgen Klopp said “No, not yet at least, I don’t know if it comes, But it’s just I want the points we can get and we will see what it is at the end of the season. I cannot make any negative of something really positive, becoming champion, having so early in the season 93 points, I’m not the type of person who makes something negative of it because we cannot get the 100 or two points anymore. We get the points we deserve and we will see how many that will be. In the moment it’s 93, two games to go, very difficult games, but two games to go and these boys played an exceptional season and nobody can take that away from them. But I’m not happy about the game, I’m the opposite, I’m disappointed, angry about a few things, but the game, the game was good and the attitude is good, but we took a break and that’s not good and that’s why we lost the game.”
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