Jurgen Klopp: Man Utd v Liverpool is biggest game I can imagine
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has described today's Premier League match against Manchester United as "the biggest game I can imagine"
London: Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has described today's Premier League match against Manchester United as "the biggest game I can imagine". The Reds trail league leaders Manchester City by 18 points, with United two ahead of Liverpool, so the title race is not a genuine consideration at Old Trafford.
However, Klopp's men know a victory will take them above United into second and he said: "It's the biggest game I can imagine. I'm looking forward to it. We need to be at 100 per cent, if not even a few more (per cent)." Asked how he would feel about his United counterpart Jose Mourinho 'parking the bus' and playing defensively, the German said: "I would never use that (phrase). I have absolutely no problem with defending. "It's all about winning. When United attack I hope all my players are involved in defending. If someone says that is 'parking the bus', I have no problem with that."
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