Jurgen Klopp Explains How Liverpool Have Improved Since Philippe Coutinho's Departure


That is three better than team-mate Roberto Firmino, Paris St Germain forward Neymar, Manchester City's Kevin de Bruyne and Eden Hazard of Chelsea - all of whom have played at least 100 minutes more.

"I've been mentioning it?" It's nice to have, it helps me shut down any arguments if there is any banter going on in the dressing room.

"Winning a title with a team is different, to be honest, but I respect it".

"There's no doubt Kevin De Bruyne plays a nice season; there's no doubt Mo Salah plays a really good one as well".

Alongside the "Egyptian King" with nearly certainly be Roberto Firmino, who, similar to his fellow attacker, is attempting to continue his excellent run of form which has seen him notch 15 in his last 18 starts.

However, the Brazilian is much more than a striker who just scores goals. "Hopefully I can keep doing that". No individual player has scored more than 34 league goals during Klopp's reign. However, the Reds are flying high right now, third in the Premier League and with one foot in the quarter-finals of the Champions League. Maybe a few people think I am, but he is an outstandingly skilled goalkeeper.

"We feel comfortable at Wembley, we enjoy playing here", Son said after scoring four times this week at the national stadium where Tottenham are playing while they build a new home ground.

The talented midfielder nearly didn't move to the Etihad though, and in an interview with Sport Arena Plus has said he came close to joining another team. Why should I think about that? That maturity is coming through.

"If you can only be happy if you have one more point than them (City) that would be hard for any other team in the world at the moment".

"We can come close and when you can come closer you can overtake". Now we play with whoever plays and they are really good and sometimes it makes sense to pass the ball from one to the other and create a gap, run into the gap and use the chance.

Nathaniel Clyne is unlikely to make his Liverpool comeback against Newcastle, says Jurgen Klopp.

"We want to win things - that's a big part of our personality".