Liverpool chasing… Neville: Newcastle and Manchester United are nervous, Klopp is on his way.

Gary Neville conveyed his thoughts that it is not yet time for Newcastle United and Manchester United to be relieved about advancing to the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) next season.

On the 16th (Korean time), Liverpool, who played the 36th round of the 2022-2023 EPL at the King Power Stadium in Leicester, England, defeated Leicester City 3-0. In the 33rd and 36th minutes of the first half, Curtis Jones scored consecutive goals with the help of Mohamed Salah. Liverpool scored a key goal in the 26th minute of the second half. In a free-kick attack situation, Trent Alexander-Arnold shook the net by kicking the ball pushed by Salah into the goal.

Liverpool, who have suffered major ups and downs this season and are far from the top ranks, are attempting a last-minute spurt. Recently, they have succeeded in winning 7 matches in a row and are closely pursuing the top 4 spot. With two games left, with 65 points, the gap between 3rd place Newcastle and 4th place Manchester United (66 points), who played one less game, narrowed to 1 point. A reversal is possible if Liverpool win all of their remaining two games, and even if only one of Newcastle and Man Utd ends up with 4 points or less in 3 games.

Newcastle and Manchester United, who have more games left, are still likely to advance to the UCL, but the tension should not be missed. Neville, from Manchester United, who is a football critic for the sports media ‘Sky Sports’, believes that Newcastle and Manchester United may be overtaken. “Newcastle and Manchester United still have work to do. Manager Jurgen Klopp is chasing them. Liverpool will win both games. Newcastle and Manchester United think Liverpool will slide. should not be done,” he warned.

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher,카지노사이트 who also works for ‘Sky Sports’ like Neville, added: “Liverpool still have a chance to break into the top four.”

Klopp admits that he is still at a disadvantage, but he is determined to give his best in the remaining games. In an interview with the BBC, “The level of Newcastle and Manchester United and the way they play, I don’t know if we can get into the top four. “We have to do what we can.”

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