Manchester United fans satisfied with comeback draw vs Burnley

And McBridge can not envisage the Reds blowing their lead - despite tipping them to go seven points in front. "I have not considered leaving", Benitez said when reporters asked him if he would stay on and see out his contract. We don't do that, but on the other side we can't know who will be first at the end of the season. "It is fantastic. At Southampton, he was the best defender in the world, but he confirmed it I think with Liverpool".

But Klopp felt Naby Keita was illegally brought down in the penalty area by Ricardo Pereira in the 57th minute - only for referee Martin Atkinson to wave away the protests.

"In our case, every game, we have to do our best to be there, try to not give up, move forward and try another time and another time".

The Scottish International scored the winning penalty as Newcastle dealt a blow to Manchester City's title hopes by beating them 2-1 at St. James' Park on Tuesday. Everyone is disappointed, but I think five points is also good.

Never. We are in four competitions because we never underestimated one competition or team - never.

The expectation still is for Liverpool and City to be neck-and-neck to the finish line, but this shocking loss by City gives the Reds a chance to earn the three points back that it dropped at the Etihad. "The advantage is not there, but we need to continue". We have a lot of games, so no way.

Newcastle's well-laid plans were immediately shredded by their perennial tormentor Aguero, who volleyed his 15th goal in 13 league games against Newcastle when set up by David Silva's courageous far post header after the Spaniard lost his footing.

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"Of course I am", Klopp said. The boys are normal human beings, I am a normal human being. But then we have to talk about what does it mean for the Man City thing? As far as future goalkeeper cover goes, the club's parent company City Football Group have signed the American Zack Steffen from Major League Soccer's Columbus Crew, to arrive in July. Not too much, to be honest. "That's not exactly what we wanted to have, but still everything is fine in the moment".