It was a game that should have ended 4-4, but instead Manchester City and Liverpool could only muster up a goal each as the two sides shared the spoils in the English Premier League on Sunday.
City continued to search for the opener and very almost had it when Silva sent in a low cross from the left which somehow managed to elude Sergio Aguero and Raheem Sterling.
"There were moments in the game that were frustrating but in the end I think you must be happy they didn't score the two chances they had".
De Bruyne then hit a post and Adam Lallana missed badly for Liverpool in an exciting finish. Lorus Karius, James Milner and Daniel Sturridge. "I came here for three years and I want to stay for three years and next year play better". Klopp is a proven coach who has his team playing consistently entertaining soccer, the top talents that will stick around can inspire confidence that the club is going somewhere, and a resurgent Liverpool is a great place for ambitious players to become marketable globally.
"He is Spanish", Klopp said about Pep's comments on how important the draw was for City.
Jurgen Klopp's side have developed a unusual habit of turning up regularly for the so-called "big games" while they have struggled on several occasions against opposition that most would consider beatable.
But the Reds boss could offer no explanation for Lallana's miss and defended the England global, who apologised in the dressing room.
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He described it as one of the proudest days of his career, and apparently without sarcasm.
But instead the chance went begging, and Liverpool returned to Anfield with just one point.
"We a phase between 50-70 where we had them and didn't close the game".
"I would say Pep Guardiola's Barcelona squad was the ideal role model for a winning situation", Klopp said at a pre-match news conference.
"The goalie was quite impressive for City today and maybe he made a good movement or whatever, or he [Lallana] was surprised that we played football like this because we hadn't 20 times before that".
City are still involved in the FA Cup but with their title challenge seemingly over, their prime objective is now qualifying for next season's Champions League.