Pep Guardiola’s two-word reaction to Liverpool’s late victor v Spurs

Arnold Nichols
April 3, 2019

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, center, celebrates after Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld scores an own goal past during the English Premier League soccer match between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield stadium in Liverpool, Sunday, March 31, 2019.

It is all big thanks to the former Southampton defender, who has just bossed the middle of the Liverpool defense.

Shaqiri has struggled for game time of late regardless of his fitness, but his availability remains a positive for Liverpool as they face at least six fixtures this month.

Already EFL Cup champions, Pep Guardiola's men are still in contention for the Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup.

That handed Liverpool the win.

"That's a shocker from Hugo Lloris - a World Cup victor, a so-called world-class goalkeeper, that's just not acceptable, in a moment when Spurs are chasing top four, they need better from their captain". It is a situation that is so painful because I think we deserved more [against Liverpool] but, this happens in football.

"I don't go that far but if you go through the season of other teams, you will find these moments as well", said Klopp. They can win every single game.

It was Lloris' eighth blunder that has led directly to a goal since 2016; among Premier League goalkeepers, only Everton's Jordan Pickford has made more.

On Wednesday City have the chance to go back top in their game in hand against Cardiff City.

"I don't even want to think about it".

Arsenal endured a fairly hard month in March as they faced a two-legged Europa League clash with Rennes and Premier League games against Tottenham and Manchester United. Maybe in the second half, we didn't play at the top of our game but we won the game and that's the most important thing.

Sadio Mane is targeting a ideal end to the Premier League season as Liverpool strive to become champions.

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