Klopp joy as Liverpool go top with 'ugly' win

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Spurs, who still sit in third place, were beaten 2-1 after Toby Alderweireld's late own goal earned Jurgen Klopp's men a priceless three points.

"What's next is Cardiff, so we'll prepare well, and go like a machine to win, to play, and try to win".

Roberto Firmino had given the home side the lead early on with Lucas Moura levelling for the visitors with 20 minutes remaining.

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The Philippines goalkeeper, who saw his side go down 2-1 to Chelsea the other day, now has 105 saves in the 2018-19 Premier League campaign - one more than United's Spanish star de Gea.

"I think Southampton away, Cardiff away, even Newcastle away, could provide tougher and sterner opposition".

Cardiff were 1-0 up late in their game with Chelsea but Cesar Azpilicueta's equaliser, when clearly in an offside position, seemed to unsettle Neil Warnock's men and it was rather inevitable when Ruben Loftus-Cheek headed home a stoppage time victor. Manchester City, with their game in hand and superior goal difference, look likely to finish on 94.4 points if they replicate the form they have shown over the first 31 games.

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"There were also moments in the season where we didn't have the luck we've had now and that cost us points.

After the goals we controlled it", he said. "We want it. We get used to situations, bit by bit, a bit better". We are disappointed but knowing realistically we must be happy.

'Who knows what that will do to them but I know for us it is just a big three points for us and it pushes on for the next six games'.

"But we need Kevin, we need of course people like Vincent (Kompany), Phil (Foden), so the next game we're going to make a few changes".

"Manchester City had the advantage of going first this week and maybe they were hoping Tottenham could come here and get something and it looked that way for long periods of the second half".

Liverpool defender Andy Robertson insists the players' belief and resilience means they will never give up on a result until the final whistle.

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