Wolves star could be good for Jurgen Klopp, says Stan Collymore

Ross Houston
May 14, 2019

Liverpool finished fourth last season, 25 points behind champions City, but the Reds pushed Pep Guardiola's side all the way this season, losing just once to finish one point behind them.

Manchester City came from behind to defend their Premier League title and ensure no final-day surprises as they won 4-1 at Brighton.

Jurgen Klopp has vowed that Liverpool will be in the contention for the title once again next year after being pipped to the top by Manchester City.

Nice interplay from Jordan Henderson and Alexander-Arnold, and the 20 year old Liverpudlian fired a pass into the area. We had to fight.

"Fingers-crossed we don't lose anyone".

"We wanted to write our own history and we did", Klopp told BBC Sport. It's important we go to Liverpool on a high.

TUKO.co.ke earlier reported that Mohamed Salah's daughter, Makka, on Sunday, May 12, 'scored' a sublime goal in front of Anfield's Kop End during Liverpool's end of the season match against Wolves.

And Alexander-Arnold was continuing to practice his balls into the box as Liverpool players enjoyed their lap of honour following today's win. "We will go again but give me a few hours to get over that".

"There is a togetherness we have throughout the whole club". City were lucky in moments, we were lucky in moments.

"The fans will always be there and that's is a special thing to know, and one of the big reasons I joined Liverpool".

Liverpool did their bit though, beating Wolves 2-0 at Anfield courtesy of a Sadio Mane brace to wrap up a fantastic season, despite the disappointment of coming second with 97 points having lost one league game all season. If we are ready to make the next step, we will. They couldn't get rid of us and we couldn't get rid of them.

"I thought they would fall in the last month, incredible credit to them, they played like champions all season, they have performed like a champion team".

"As long as this is the case we need to be very close to perfection to win the Premier League. They took 198 points in two seasons, not bad".

The Merseysiders lost only once - to Manchester City on 3 January.

"All the teams have to catch us as there was quite a gap between second and third".

"They believe they will never get as good again, they will be disappointed and carry that dejection into next season".

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