Jurgen Klopp hit back at suggestions that Liverpool played too conservatively following their 0-0 draw to Everton. If you sign up to a service by clicking one of the links, we may earn a referral fee.
"They don't have to think about Liverpool anymore". There are nine games to go, we don't lose our nerve - like you, obviously.
"That's a really disappointing question, I have to say, because that means it's like it's so easy".
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Klopp said: "We don't play PlayStation". There were a few big chances for Mohamed Salah, who hasn't scored in three games now, while the team accumulated a total of 10 shots throughout the match (putting just three on target).
"They have got to a stage now where they are chasing down one of arguably the best teams the Premier League has seen", added Wright. "It shows how well we are doing that they want to stop us".
"A win like that would reignite Liverpool and that's why I think it's insane to suggest they should focus on the Premier League and would be better off out of the Champions League".
Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp's side is unbeaten in their last 18 meetings with Everton in all competitions, a record that dates back to the Toffees' last home win over their old foe in October 2010.
The Toffees went into the match knowing that their record against the Anfield outfit is poor to say the least, but they had held the Reds on their last two visits, which seemed to act as confidence for them prior to kick off. "When you can not win you can not give a chance for our opponent to win and a clean sheet is important for us".