Published: Wed, May 15, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Liverpool are here to stay - Andy Robertson warns Man City

Liverpool are here to stay - Andy Robertson warns Man City

While even our Manchester United fans have to admit their arch enemy's total of 97 Premier League points is simply sensational and is a testament to how good of a job Jurgen Klopp has done at the club.

Liverpool would end up winning 2-0 after another Mane goal but finished second overall, staggeringly on 97 points.

They also lost just one league match - crucially at City in January - had two of the Premier League's three joint-top scorers in Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane, while goalkeeper Alisson Becker claimed the Golden Glove for 21 clean sheets, one better than City counterpart Ederson.

With a second successive Champions League final on the horizon, Robertson's fellow Liverpool defender Virgil Van Dijk feels this season is the beginning of something special at Anfield.

Yet Klopp insists his players won't dwell on their agonising near-miss for long because they have a chance for redemption in the Champions League final against Tottenham in Madrid on June 1.

"We are a tight-knit group, a young group, so hopefully we will be here for many years and we will be a better team in terms of maturity and experience next year", Robertson said.

"We've got clever footballers, everybody sees that".

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"We accept the challenge and I promise we will come back and I have the feeling we will be stronger next season".

"Turning a 25-point deficit into just a one-point deficit in the space of one season is an incredible achievement".

"Last season we all dreamed of playing in the Premier League - every single player in that changing room has lived the dream this year", he said before Sunday's defeat. Celebrations then broke out around Anfield when it emerged that Brighton had scored against City, and there were another couple of false alarms as fake rumours of further goals spread. We made unbelievably big steps and I really expect more to come, that's the truth. This team is not the finished article.

"It's clear we were lucky in moments, like City were".

"We have qualified for the Champions League final".

Echoing that sentiment, Klopp expects Liverpool to put their title angst to good use - once he's had a few hours to lick his wounds.

"What we have achieved is thanks to hard work and commitment of the boys but we want to go again".

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