'I will soon get over my disappointment' - Liverpool's Klopp

'I will soon get over my disappointment' - Liverpool's Klopp

Guardiola said City's enterprising display, so soon after their disappointment at Monaco, made it "one of (his) happiest days as a manager".

With top-four rivals, Manchester United and Tottenham victorious earlier on Sunday, Liverpool and City needed a win to strengthen their bid to finish among the Champions League places.

Another game, another impressive performance from Willy Caballero, whose form since becoming City's No. 1 has been very good indeed.

City started positively, played slicker and looked the most likely of the two sides to score.

"It was hard. In the end we were better and deserved to win", Pochettino said. "More balls than everyone here", Guardiola told reporters at the Etihad Stadium.

"It was hard to start this game, it was Liverpool, a massive game, but after a big defeat against Monaco when we suffered a lot after the elimination, we did it". You have to consider the situation we played this game, how we played against them, a top team - they have exceptional players - means a lot to me.

Adam Lallana has been described as perhaps the "best player, technical-wise", that Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has ever coached.

In a game of many chances and a number of controversies over penalty decisions, either side could easily have won, as Klopp agreed.

"We all have to get used to it a little bit".

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"We just didn't score the second goal".

It could have easily been the victor as the game finished on that scoreline and Lallana, who felt guilty, apologised to Klopp straight after the full-time whistle but the German tactician feels he didn't have to.

"The Catalan dropped to his knees and slammed his hands on the turf as another chance went begging against Liverpool", noted Robson.

Kevin De Bruyne also hit the post.

"When you play with [Yaya] Toure, [David] Silva and De Bruyne alongside two 19-year-olds [Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling] and Aguero upfront - they all want to attack", Guardiola said.

"The summary of the game is positive", the German said after reflecting on the game's missed chances.

"I'm really focused on the moment and if I think about something then it's the future".

Fortunately for Liverpool, Lallana is the type of player who will use his mistake as motivation to perform well in the run-in. They said he wouldn't play again.