Klopp unimpressed with Walker tweet, Guardiola says he 'cannot control' social media

Klopp unimpressed with Walker tweet, Guardiola says he 'cannot control' social media

Klopp unimpressed with Walker tweet, Guardiola says he 'cannot control' social media

With Manchester City losing against Newcastle last night, Liverpool entered tonight's game against Leicester having the opportunity to move seven points clear in the title race.

Klopp's side were never able to find their full speed and rhythm and a solid Leicester drew level on the stroke of halftime when a Liverpool clearance was headed deep into the area by Ben Chilwell and found England defender Harry Maguire who slotted home. "Everything will be fine, and it is fine so far, but we can really expect a lot more still, that's how it is".

"I never celebrated that another team dropped points or lost a game".

He said: "There was no plan, nobody told them, I can swear, to clear only our side or our box".

"It's the only way I know, that after a negative result we need to focus on the way we play and the mentality".

They come into this home game with Manchester United on the back of another impressive showing, drawing 1-1 with Liverpool at Anfield, but I'm willing to back another swing of the pendulum and will support the visitors to pick up three points here.

'The first half we had 80 per cent of the ball so only one team suffered and it was us, ' he said.

"They realised how hard it was when they started doing it, not before".

City boss Pep Guardiola played down the significance of the tweet, saying: "I'm not concerned about the social media of the players, what they tweet or Instagram, or other social media".

"I hear people say it's unsporting but it's an advantage for them [Leicester] too". Klopp said: "I don't think it would be a realistic target for Bayern".

Speaking in his pre-match press conference before Liverpool travel to West Ham on Monday night, live on Sky Sports, Klopp said: "Both not (ready). After that, any time, you will see". "I can not control it. The motivation is to win games ... won't be about one tweet or another". And to give me a price of bigger than 5/1, I'll add in Shkodran Mustafi to get his seventh yellow of the campaign, with Arsenal likely to face wave after wave of attack and the pace of Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling in behind.

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