Klopp hits back at Walker for mocking Leicester draw

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Jurgen Klopp has had his say on Kyle Walker's tweet mocking Liverpool following their 1-1 draw with Liverpool.

However, the City defender quickly deleted his social media post after receiving criticism for his unsportsmanlike behaviour.

Liverpool on the other hand, did spend the most in the Premier League in the summer, pulling off blockbuster deals for Alisson, Keita, and Fabinho.

A top four spot is within United's grasp and I'd be surprised to see them drop points two games in a row. "For me that's not allowed".

"They are one of the strongest teams (now), they are almost a top six side now".

"You have to do your own things, to work out and show your best performance". I don't understand it.

"For supporters it's different but for people involved".

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Sources have told ESPN FC that the Premier League are content no rules were breached when Anfield groundstaff only removed snow from the half of the pitch Liverpool were attacking in the second half. "If we didn't have motivation, then we would not be here". The pitch was hard. That is what we will do, not counting points and hoping for gaps between us and other teams. It was clear that our groundstaff tried to clear it, but they didn't have enough man power.

The mantra maintained by manager Jurgen Klopp and his players is that they are focused on themselves and do not pay attention to what City are doing.

"As I understand at the moment, I don't think anybody further was injured, which obviously helps us a lot". If their box is clear then it's better to defend. It's no coincidence that in the first half we scored a goal in a box that was full of snow.

"The situation is simple, we improve the way we play, and with the details, we didn't do well, we have options to change that".

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)".

'No, not a realistic target, after that, any time, ' said the Reds boss when asked about Gomez's possible return. "I can not control it".

Asked if what the full-back did might gee up Liverpool, the City manager added: "I don't think so". "The second time in a game where a striker of ours is brought down at the halfway line, and we treat it like it was I don't know where".

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