won Liverpool 2-1 away to Southampton to become one point behind City before the last round.
“It’s possible, not likely, but it’s possible. And that’s enough,” said Klopp, who won the league title in 2020, and is seeking to win a historic quartet.
The German coach added, “Certainly not likely because City will play at home against Aston Villa, who plays a match on Thursday. It will be a difficult match against Burnley, who are struggling to escape relegation.”
“But it’s football. I remember when City won the title (in 2019), it was because of 11 millimeters,” he added, referring to John Stones’ kick off the goal line in the City-Liverpool match in 2019.
pointed club He expects an enthusiastic atmosphere at Anfield in the last round.
“If some people want us to be champions, we have to win first and Aston Villa get one point from City,” he said.
“We all know that we will not give up. We will try, it will be a home game, our last home game of the season. The atmosphere will be exceptional and we will try to take advantage of it.”
He added: “We have to do our job. Football gets complicated sometimes. Aston Villa will play on Thursday and then Sunday. We’ll see but we have to focus on ourselves.”
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