Jurgen Klopp has insisted that he always supports Pep Guardiola and the Manchester City players despite their ban on the Champions League.

On February 14, UEFA announced that it would ban Manchester City from participating in the Champions League for two seasons due to a “serious violation” of the Financial Equity law. This judgment is a blow to the ambition of Man City – the team has always been in the Premier League for the last two consecutive years.

As a guest on the pitch, it was a difficult game for Liverpool. They could only win a minimum thanks to the 78th minute goal of a player on the substitution of Sadio Mane. This result helps Liverpool to lift the gap with runner-up Man City table to 25 points.

The situation is completely different from last season, when the two teams compare each score – before Man City ascended the throne with a point difference. Asked about the possibility of Guardiola’s team being stripped of the Premier League title, Klopp declined to comment. “I can imagine how difficult this is for people who do sports,” said the Liverpool strategist. “You trust your colleagues. They say ‘It’s okay’, but UEFA doesn’t think so. This is not over. Now Man City have to deal with it. I don’t know what will happen next. “.

Liverpool are unbeaten during the last 43 matches in the Premier League (including last season). They are only six games behind the record that Arsenal set in the 2003-2004 season.

The student praised Klopp for being a tactical genius

After helping Liverpool win the Champions League last season, Klopp helped the Anfield team dominate the English Premier League this year. They are at the top of the table, 22 points ahead of the second team Man City and almost firmly on the championship.

Since being appointed in 2015, Klopp has revolutionized Liverpool. He directed the team to the attacking kick, putting great pressure. At this time, Liverpool is considered by many to be the strongest club in the world.

At 0:30 on Sunday 16/2, Liverpool will return to the English Premier League after a winter break. They are guests on Carwich Road’s Carrow Road. Three points will help Klopp’s teachers and students come closer to the championship.