Klopp, trying to take Liverpool to their first English title since 1990, acknowledged that the race was likely to go down to the wire as City showed no signs of surrendering the trophy easily.
The Brazilian was one of Tottenham's livelier players, but he should not be afforded another start against Crystal Palace.
"Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp have been brilliant this season, simply brilliant".
And on Sunday Liverpool rode their luck to a last-gasp victory over Tottenham Hotspur just as it looked like their title aspirations were about to be dealt a mortal blow.
"People say Liverpool are not playing well, the flair of last season has been lost, but none of that matters".
"I would just like to see them have a couple more players in the middle of the park with that sort of ability to change a game".
"Liverpool have come an terrible long way and given what they have done so far, I'd say Klopp should be Manager of the Year, even if he finishes second".
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He won the title in 2005, 2006 and 2017 before it moved from Key Biscayne to its new home this year in the Dolphins' complex. In a matchup of elite return against elite serve, Federer's return game gained him an advantage from the start.
"At times, you look at these sorts of scenarios and think "yes, they didn't play very well and yes they were exceptionally lucky at the end".
"If you are 10 points in front you can maybe be a little more selective".
"People pay far too much attention to statistics and I see the panic over Mohamed Salah not scoring for a few games".
"Liverpool have the tougher fixtures over the next two or three weeks". What more do you want?
Liverpool's clincher against Spurs was the third time this season the Reds have scored a victor in the 90th minute or later, and it came after the ball deflected in off Alderweireld following a Hugo Lloris error.
That's according to former Reds defender and ESPN pundit Steve Nicol, who thinks Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane are the only players who can put the ball in the back of the net for his old side. Manchester City, however, hold a game's advantage over Jurgen Klopp's side.
"For the semi-final and for the Champions League, being in the position in the Premier League where you know if you don't win you are going to lose the Premier League, maybe that's going to help us for the other competitions", said Guardiola.