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Carragher Reveals Klopp’s Regret as Liverpool Lose Out to Man City

Sky Sports pundit, Jamie Carragher, has said Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, will regret his side’s failure to beat Manchester City this season.

Pep Guardiola’s side retained the title on Sunday, after a crushing 4-1 win at Brighton rendered Liverpool’s 2-0 victory over Wolves meaningless.

City finished with 98 points, one more than the Reds, having lost just once all season.

Liverpool drew 0-0 with City back in October and were beaten 2-1 at the Etihad in January, when Leroy Sane scored what proved to be the decisive goal in an epic title race.

“Liverpool have a manager who is an optimist and will feel he can challenge again next season, but if City are going to get 96, 98, 100 points it’s very difficult to stop.

“The only thing Liverpool can look back with at regret is they didn’t beat City.

“You can’t expect other people to take points off City if you don’t do it yourselves and Liverpool only took one from six against City.

“Next season they have to look at those games as cup finals and beat them, although that’s easier said than done!

“This Man City team is something extraordinary. You can understand the Liverpool players and manager will be a bit flat as when they look back on this they would want something to show for their efforts,” Carragher said after the game.

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