Virgil van Dijk told Liverpool star to stand aside and let Xherdan Shaqiri take free-kick

Jurgen Klopp was thrilled that two of his substitutes combined to score such a critical goal in the title race.

He said: “What can I say? It’s just brilliant. It’s like a fairytale.

“You can say whatever you want about me, that I don’t play them often enough,

“And I make this decision and it’s great that they just do it.

“I love it. That was really a big moment.”

Liverpool need Manchester City to drop points in either of their last two games to claim the title.

Pep Guardiola’s side take on Leicester tomorrow (4pm) and Brighton on the final day of the season.

Man City could become the first team to retain the Premier League crown since Manchester United did so in 2009.

Source: Read Full Article