Liverpool boss Klopp slams 'senseless' Nations League

Mahrez miss leaves City, Liverpool and Chelsea all level at top

After Manchester City draw, Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp slams ‘senseless’ UEFA Nations League

That's why I say, going away is not a big problem, but now you call a manager of any country and ask him to leave out one or two players and he says: 'I am under pressure as well, ' because now it's Nations Cup.

The Liverpool defender admitted it was "not smart" to dive in on Leroy Sané during the stalemate on Sunday and he was hugely relieved when Riyad Mahrez blazed the 86th-minute penalty over the bar.

A 0-0 draw, but Mahrez was not spared for costing his side three points.

"They [City] can make so many changes and they are still so strong".

Klopp and his City counterpart Pep Guardiola were satisfied with their team's displays in a tight, tactical encounter which finished 0-0 at Anfield, but the German was clearly frustrated to now lose his players for global duty.

"I still see Man City winning it by double digits by the end", Merson said when discussing the title race.

They have scored the most goals and conceded the joint fewest and the concern for their immediate rivals is that it does not feel like City have got close to clicking fully into gear yet, despite some handsome results. "They came as they champions and it was lucky they didn't score but also unlucky we didn't score either".

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Jurgen Klopp slammed the UEFA Nations League as "the most senseless competition in football" following his side's 0-0 draw with Manchester City on Sunday.

"To keep a clean sheet after a penalty in the last five minutes makes me a very happy man", the £75m centre-half said. Even when we won 3-0 at home, 4-3, 2-1 at City, over the full match it was never like this.

"We already knew what we had to do if we want to compete to win something".

"It's a good way to start the season".

Luckily for Liverpool and Wijnaldum, the fixtures following the global break are relatively kind and will offer some kind of respite from the games played over the last three weeks.

"It was not an easy month playing against Champions League teams - it is tough week in, week out, and playing with a little injury is not easy".

"I'm the captain [of Netherlands] and we have a very important game against Germany, so we have to try to be ready for that one and then try to get a bit of rest after that one".

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