After successfully becoming a champion, Liverpool claimed to be trying to break several records that can be achieved in the rest of this season. However, coach Jurgen Klopp has denied the claim.
As is known, the Marseyside team has indeed managed to become a Premier League champion this season. The defeat of rivals, Manchester City from Chelsea last week made the distance points that no longer overtaken.
Even so, Jordan Henderson et al still have to play the rest of the season, and there are now 4 matches left.
With four matches remaining, Liverpool claimed to plan to break a number of records in the Premier League. One of them is to become the club with the most points won in a Premier League season.
Yesterday, Liverpool managed to pick full points over Aston Villa. With that victory, it means that the record points are getting closer, but coach Jurgen Klopp is reluctant to focus his team on that goal.
The German tactician only wants his team to continue to win three points without thinking about records or other achievements. Not without reason, considering that every game remaining this season will be very difficult to win.
“All I can say is that breaking records will be difficult if you constantly think about records. We don’t want a record, we only want three points. We do not think about things like this, three points are quite difficult, “said Jurgen Klopp as quoted by Goal International.
In the match last weekend, Liverpool did win with a landslide score of 2-0 over Aston Villa. However, the victory was painstakingly achieved by the Reds, even Sadio Mane’s first goal was created when the game had been running for 70 minutes.
Coach Jurgen Klopp himself admitted that Aston Villa was a difficult opponent.
“Aston Villa fights everything they have and it makes life uncomfortable. I like that, this is not a brilliant performance but good enough to get three points, “he concluded.
After this, Liverpool will face Brighton and Hove Albion. It is planned that the party will take place on Thursday morning (09/07).