Everybody Is Talking About What Happened Between Klopp And Mane

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Klopp, whose team are fifth and 11 points behind City, said there was no reason for his side to even be thinking about Pep Guardiola's men.

African star Sadio Mane and Jurgen Klopp were spotted arguing after the draw with Chelsea, and the Liverpool manager has now explained what the argument was about.

Chelsea defender Gary Cahill seemed to agree when asked about this topic.

"I was shouting at him because he was in the centre, but no player is happy about that".

"If we were in their shoes we'd be delighted with that", he said.

"There's going to be one mishap, but look at the squad we've got in place now, injury free, suspension free, that will take us forward in these seven to eight games to after Christmas and see where we are then".

Mohamed Salah opened the scoring against his former club midway through the second half at Anfield, before Willian equalised in the 85th minute to give the visitors a share of the spoils.

"We had a really good performance for the whole game".

Manchester United, who sit five points behind after their 1-0 win over Brighton, pose the biggest threat to City's title charge.

"'How can we get Manchester City?' There is work, but we have to win games and if they still go on winning all their games, we can do whatever we want", he told the club's official website.

Indeed, after the draw with Chelsea, Coutinho outlined the situation: 'I think we're a very focused team. In the first half, we were very solid and always risky when we had the ball.

"We made a few changes and had a few (crosses) flash across the box".

"We need all of them ready and greedy for when they have a chance to contribute specifically on the pitch".

"Adam Lallana is coming back for us now and that's fantastic for us".

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