Jamie Carragher reacts as Liverpool drop points to Tottenham to add latest twist to title race

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Jamie Carragher has called for some optimism after Tottenham took home a point from Anfield to dent Liverpool’s quadruple hopes.

Assessing the situation in a tweet, the former Reds defender pointed out that it was more than possible still that Manchester City could drop points in the title race to allow their rivals back in.

A defeat to Newcastle United tomorrow would do just that, though the odds are perhaps somewhat stacked against Eddie Howe’s men despite their upturn in form.

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Under Jurgen Klopp, however, doubting has simply not been a part of the Liverpool fabric for many years – and long may that continue.

Regardless of the Cityzens’ domestic dominance, there may yet be many a twist and turn ahead – as has been evidenced by the incumbent champions’ prior reactions after dropping points in Europe – and there’s no question that our German head coach will already be hard at work lifting his players’ spirits.

Our rivals have a game in hand to exploit but as things stand, we sit at the top of the table having gained a point more thanks to the latest contribution from Luis Diaz.

Only time will tell just how important that solitary point was.

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  1. i watched tottenham game and come to conclusion that both salah and trent alexander arnold are both hugely overated. time to look around.

    1. Sorry frank l. – maybe they’re a bit goosed having played so much footy eh? but just ‘look around’ for replacing them? I don’t think that’s going to be too popular an opinion amongst fans, to be honest with you there lad.
      Trent is what? 23? With Salah, i think most fans you’d ask would want him staying for a few more years.. with Trent? I think a large number would see him as the present and future of our club. Maybe even club captain one day.
      I agree, it was a frustrating game from both of them.. but lets not get carried away, eh?

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