Premier League news live: Arsenal vs Man City reaction, injury updates and more

Premier League news live: Arsenal vs Man City reaction, injury updates and more
Premier League news live: Arsenal vs Man City reaction, injury updates and more
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Jurgen Klopp insists he will “really try hard to enjoy” the Premier League title race — and insists his Liverpool side are “less nervous” than in previous title run-ins.

Sunday saw a scoreless draw between Manchester City and Arsenal after Klopp’s Liverpool had come from a goal down to beat Brighton 2-1. Liverpool now lead Arsenal by two points with City a point further back.

“We have to get through this (and) we decide if we enjoy it or not, pretty much,” he said. “It will be tough and yes, it is sometimes nerve-wracking and the heart rate will be at 180 or 200 or whatever from time to time if you watch it or if you play in it. But if we all together enjoy this, then we have a chance. If we don’t, we still have a chance, it’s just really much more difficult and that’s why we try to stay positive in all these moments.

“It is a great situation where the boys brought us in, we are there with two other teams fighting for the biggest prize in English football and we will see how it will end up. But I decided I will really try hard to enjoy it. “

Klopp added that he believes his side have more self-belief than previous reiterations: “When I talk about being nervous as a whole unit, we were more nervous years ago.

“That’s long ago but it is something we had to develop together … If we all together enjoy this, then we have a chance. If we don’t, we still have a chance, it’s just really more difficult and that’s why we try to stay positive in all these moments.”

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