Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp has said he was sad for Manchester City after the VAR call that kicked them out of the UCL and prevented a potential Quadruple this season.
Klopp felt Pep Guardiola’s pain but hailed Spurs for reaching the semifinals.
He also said he does not feel the UCL exit will affect Manchester City’s concentration in the league.
His words, “I’ve no idea, but it was unbelievable, eh? Seeing that I just really felt for them,”
“That’s how it is. Everybody thought the ball was in and the whole stadium is celebrating.
“I know some people say without VAR it’s a clear goal but it was offside in that moment, nobody really doubts that, but it’s tough to take I’m 100 percent sure.
“Big compliments to Tottenham. To score three at City, of course they deserve it. Whether it has an influence on the league I have no idea. We will see that.”
Klopp also said his players will not show any sign of tiredness as the season comes to a cllose. He said, “We do what we can to train in exactly the right way,”
“If you go for a big goal, you don’t feel any tiredness.
“It’s like a marathon. If you are 40 kilometres in and out in front you don’t think about the 40, only what’s to come.
“That’s rather how we feel in the moment.”
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