Arsenal head coach Unai Emery believes his team showed they have closed the gap to the Premier League's best with their 1-1 draw against Liverpool. But while the game was a fun, intense contest for the neutral, the Liverpool manager spent much of the first half in a state of agitation, unhappy with what he deemed a substandard display from his team. We want to continue with him to give him the time to improve.
The draw meant that Liverpool dropped down to third place on the table as Manchester City and Chelsea produced victories on Sunday. "He makes good runs, scores goals, and has the vision to pick a pass". I'm not sure if Leeds is famous for wine?
And Liverpool defender Joe Gomez has highlighted the importance of not dropping points in the Premier League as the Merseyside outfit is looking to win their first league title in 28 years.More news: Don't resort to prayer camps - Breast cancer patients cautioned
"I think it was a good game, a hard game". That's good. That's how it is in a dressing room, there is a lot of men, a lot of testosterone. Usually the only one talking is me, but sometimes before I start talking the boys have a few words. "Milly is a proper leader". Klopp then shifted from appreciation to heavy sarcasm. Obviously someone might write that he will have to play for England again.
The Fiver: sign up and get our daily football email. "If you see this game, you can see we are ready for the top four", Xhaka claimed after the 1-1 draw on Saturday evening.
"We had clear chances, they had chances as well".More news: We can now focus on Manchester United: Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri
"They are definitely going to be in and around it".
"I enjoy the small details", Emery said when asked about his reaction to the Xhaka challenge.
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"It's a point, we take that, and a point at Arsenal is always a good result but we could have won. I'm not interested, no".