African star Sadio Mane and Jurgen Klopp were spotted arguing after the draw with Chelsea, and the Liverpool manager has now explained what the argument was about. Tottenham Hotspur dropped two points in a draw with West Bromwich Albion today so that was another draw in which Man City were the de facto winners today.
"In our situation, in all the other club's [situations], if we would really now think about Manchester City we would all be really insane".
And with Manchester City able to move further away with a win at Huddersfield today, Burley doubts a point will do them many favours in the title race.
The Reds looked set for an impressive three points after Mohamed Salah's 16th goal of the season - against his former club - put them ahead, only for Willian to level with five minutes to go.
"It's really important in life you have your own targets and the right targets, then you can be a happy person".
Asked about Salah's display, he said: 'I love this player but we can not speak all the time about this player after the game.
"I was angry because we wanted to change the system but the ref didn't give us the opportunity", said Klopp.
"We stopped playing football and did not get the ball to the front three to cause them problems.it does not feel good". But for sure we deserved to score, and we created many chances to draw and then to try to win.
"Our position is still OK, but we have to improve".
"We had a really good performance for the whole game".
"A lot of things could have happened and boys did really well, so I am happy about that, but I am not happy about the result".