Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool Need 105 Points To Win Premier League


It proved to be the final action of the match as Liverpool ensured top spot at Christmas - a position from which nine of the last 10 occupants have gone on to win the title from. So we are not going to start planning the party for the summer now.

"If all the other teams win tomorrow, then I think three or four teams have more than 40 points, which is really exceptional".

"You will probably need 105 to be champions at the end of the season, you don't know", he said. They will all win as well, I think.

"Everybody asks me about the situation, first in the table and all that stuff and that the last four times a team was first in the table at Christmas they won the league, but was it ever such a tight race?"

Mohamed Salah scored the opening goal in the first-half with an exquisite glance with the outside of the boot and Fabinho picked up the assist for his cross into the penalty area.

"Very mature", Klopp said of Liverpool's performance. "After a set-piece, a second ball, it's a total lack of focus that we lost in that moment so we have to look at that and analyse that moment". The heavy rain was hard for both teams tonight.

Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santos said: "We started the game well, chances for both teams". "One of the most hard games of the season and we won it".

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"We have Manchester City waiting and that will be really tough for the boys".

"It was a good game".

The Scotland worldwide was also quick to point out just how well Van Dijk was able to cope with Wolves attacker Adama Traore and his pace on the break.

Virgil van Dijk has warned his Liverpool FC team-mates not to get carried away with their good form and position in the Premier League.

Salah has now moved one goal above Arsenal's Pierre Emerick Aubameyang as the Premier League's top scorer.

Wolves next travel to Fulham on Boxing Day, live on Sky Sports. "I had a bit of a cold, so I wasn't 100 percent". We won here and that is a big step for us. We knew that we needed to be ready. Teams are getting unsafe, but it's how we react.

"Wolves are very good, which they have shown all season".