Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has called for everybody connected with the club – even those watching on TV – to approach Sunday’s Chelsea game in “a proper aggressive, positive, fighting mood”.
The Reds face Chelsea at Anfield on Sunday, knowing that they probably have to win all their remaining Premier League games to have a chance of winning the title.
Liverpool are two points ahead of Manchester City but have played one more game than the reigning champions; the first game in a five-match sprint comes on Sunday against a Chelsea side who are currently third in the table.
“If you take a 400m race, it’s like after 100m they are all together, after 200m there are a few together, at 300m two are together and in the last 100m you go with all you have,” said the Reds boss.
“We are in that moment of the season. It’s about using all your body, using each fibre of your body. We want to control games in a very positive football way. We have to play like adults.
“I am only interested in this Chelsea game. Not because it’s Chelsea but because it’s the one this weekend. The opponent is so strong and in a good moment.
“What I really want to ask for is that all of us are in a real fighting mood, all at Anfield and whoever is in front of the television, in a proper aggressive, positive, fighting mood. Go for whatever we can go for.”
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