Jurgen Klopp Claims He 'Could Vomit' at Thought of Losing 6 Games

Tanya Simon
January 24, 2020

"When was the pressure higher - last year or this year?"

The Reds stretched their unbeaten run in the Premier League to a staggering 40 games with the 2-1 victory over Wolverhampton last night.

"Unfortunately, we conceded the two goals, I think from the only two chances they had, because I can't remember another chance for Liverpool, to be honest".

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The German added: "I don't think about it, I had to ask about exactly the amount of points, that's the truth, I really forgot in the week".

Liverpool are now 13 points ahead of their nearest rivals Manchester City in the Premier League table - with two games in hand - and Mane has revealed that it is the club's ambition to go all the way and win the title.

Sadio Mane was taken off with an apparent injury and replaced just after the half-hour mark by new arrival Takumi Minamino, who was making his Premier League debut after signing from FC Salzburg in December.

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"That's three games in seven days which is a lot". That doesn't make much sense.

"When you come in as a new player in this kind of battle, showing up like he did not with his skills but with his mentality and character, fighting like insane, closing gaps, it was a super start".

"It was a good performance and a very good game".

Speaking after the match Traore repaid the compliment to the Liverpool boss and his team, telling BT Sport, "We don't forget they are a great team, an incredible team and one of the best or the best in Europe". Defensively we were organised and we played well. "In training, we see more of the finishing stuff, creating stuff... he's just the player we wanted".

"We got more belief and we get more confidence, and we said, 'Everything is possible, why not try?"

Wolves travel to Manchester United on February 1, live on Sky Sports Premier League from 5pm; kick-off at 5.30pm.

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