Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says Manchester United are “under pressure” as they fight for a top-four finish

Man Utd is under “pressure,” according to Jurgen Klopp, the manager of Liverpool, in the race for a top-four spot.
In the battle for Champions League qualification, Jurgen Klopp has urged Liverpool to keep applying pressure to Manchester United and Newcastle United.

In order to extend their recent winning streak, Liverpool defeated relegation-threatened Leicester City 3-0 on Monday.

After a terrible first third of the season, Jurgen Klopp’s team has now won seven straight matches and is only one point behind Newcastle and Manchester United despite having played one more game.

The outcome also ensured a top-six finish and, at the very least, guarantees the Reds’ participation in the Europa League the following season—a feat that seemed impossible for them just a few months ago.

Liverpool’s chances of making the Champions League are slim, but Klopp insisted that Newcastle and United, who are currently in third and fourth place, are under the most pressure.

Klopp on Newcastle’s and Man Utd’s pressure.
In the season’s final few games, Klopp urged his team to keep applying pressure to their top-four competitors.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says Manchester United are "under

It’s a huge relief, Klopp said following Liverpool’s convincing win over Leicester. I didn’t think it would happen six or seven weeks ago.

“At the time, we lacked consistency, obviously, and there was only one way to get to where we are now: by winning every game. It’s absurd, but that’s the circumstance we found ourselves in.

“We were aware going into the game that if we won, we would earn a spot in the Europa League, which is fantastic given where we came from. The rest is out of our control, but we are aware that in order to stand a chance, we must win every game up until the end of the season.

“I’m fairly confident that United and Newcastle are not watching us confident that everything is fine. We have experienced similar circumstances, so you hope your opponent loses so that the pressure is lifted. And maintaining pressure is our responsibility. They must be kept alert by us.

Yet again, finishing in the top four is unlikely. If not, however, this is already better than what we could have anticipated six to seven weeks ago. ”.

Igbo Kennedy

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