- Man City are thrilled to see Liverpool lose grounds after the Reds dropped more points on Monday night
- Sadio Mane netted Liverpool's opener but the Reds couldn't overcome West Ham
.-Michail Antonio leveled scores for the Hammers
Man City have added more woes to Liverpool’s pains after the Reds lost two points against West Ham on Monday night.
The encounter at the London stadium saw West Ham produced a decent show to hold the Premier League leaders to a 1-1 draw.
Defender Kyle Walker sparked off controversy after Liverpool were forced to a 1-1 draw at Anfield last week, uploaded a viral meme of foxes goalscorer Harry Maguire.
And now ahead of Man City’s chance to reclaim the league’s top spot in Wednesday night, their official Twitter account ‘liked’ a post from West Ham’s official account’s showing Michail Antonio celebrating his goal, with an accompanying message: “A superb performance. You made us all proud.”
Liverpool were close to ending the contest with a late in but Divock Origi was caught offside..
“We just didn't enjoy the game enough.
"It's not about pressure, it's about enjoying the situation you are in," added Klopp.
"We have 62 points, have lost one game in the whole season so far, which is very positive."
West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini was furious with the referee's performance, saying it was "difficult to understand" some of his calls.
"The goal and last chance from Origi was a big mistake from the linesman," said the Chilean.
"We draw because they scored a goal that was a metre and a half offside. We didn't lose the game with the last play of the game because Origi missed a shot, but again was offside," he submitted.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that West Ham battled Liverpool to a 1-1 draw on Monday, February 4, in a tough Premier League clash.
The encounter which took place at the London Olympic Stadium saw the away side take the lead through Sadio Mane after 22 minute to silent the home fans.