Jamie Carragher and Jurgen Klopp on Liverpool's chances for the Champions League

‘At not one stage this season have Liverpool been in the top four – which is unbelievable.'- Carragher said

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Jamie Carragher and Jurgen Klopp on Liverpool's chances for the Champions League

With the victory against Brentford, Liverpool once again restored hope to the fans for a place leading to the Champions League. However, it will be quite a difficult task. Everything will depend on Manchester United and their form in the next matches.

Jamie Carragher, the legend of Liverpool spoke about Liverpool's chances for the Champions League. The once-great defender stressed that a lot will depend on Manchester United and their match against West Ham. ‘Talk of Liverpool qualifying for the Champions League can only be taken seriously if West Ham beat Manchester United tomorrow,’ Carragher told Sky Sports, as quoted by METRO.

What is interesting is that Liverpool was never in the top 4 this season. The club that fought for the title experienced a big decline this season. ‘At not one stage this season have Liverpool been in the top four – which is unbelievable.'

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Jurgen Klopp also emphasized the same. A lot will depend on Manchester United and their form. If they win against West Ham, Liverpool will have a very difficult task, i.e.

almost impossible. Also, Brighton has a few games left that they can use and get to the place that leads to Europe. Interesting situation in the Premier League. There are many teams in the game until the very end. 'Six games ago nobody would have thought we would be here.

We cannot do more than win football games,’-Jurgen Klopp said. 'If Manchester United win their games in hand, then they are seven points away and it is pretty much done. We know that. Brighton, if they win all their games in hand which is absolutely possible they are above us.

It’s an interesting period. We have to make sure we keep the teams behind us, behind us because they are coming. Nothing is decided and that’s good.’

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