Liverpool’s chances of getting into the Champions League were hurt when their game against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park ended in a tie. The team coached by Jurgen Klopp was beaten by Real Madrid at Anfield last week. They are now six points behind Tottenham, who are in fourth place. Because they couldn’t hit a Palace team that still hasn’t won a game in 2023.
An error-filled draw against Crystal Palace dashed Liverpool’s Champions League hopes.
Diogo Jota and Mohamed Salah hit the post, but Jean-Philippe Mateta, a striker for Palace, also hit the crossbar, and Patrick Vieira’s team deserved their point. The Eagles have only won one of their last 11 games. They are now six points above the relegation zone and have a strict set of games in March.
“I see it in your and players’ eyes as well. It looks like we lost the game – we didn’t.
“We’ve spoiled ourselves with many things, but we cannot suffer because of our history. That would be a joke.
“This will not be the season in the history books that people want to look at repeatedly.
“There will not be big movies about it, but we must go through it anyway.”