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"Maybe they are not in the best shape, but still they win ugly", Lovren told British media. What matters is the points. "But I think he knows that I have like a soldier mentality".
On Monday at Crystal Palace, Mourinho's side were disjointed and shapeless as they fell 2-0 down to the relegation-threatened Londoners, only to rally and get the three points thanks to a last-minute strike from midfielder Nemanja Matic. "It will be a tough game and let's see what will happen, but we are full of confidence and it'll be a big fight for second place".
"It's the dream for every single player to play this kind of game so everyone is looking forward to it". "It is our job to focus on ourselves and play how we hope will beat them".
After the October game, Lovren accused United striker Romelu Lukaku of deliberately kicking him in the face but the Croatian said he has no hard feelings towards the Belgian. The 28-year-old has put the incident behind him and admitted that it will be "quite challenging" for him to face the Belgium global, who according to Liverpool defender is one of the best strikers in the Premier League. "We can say what we want, he scores many goals", the ex-Saints man explained.
With January signing Virgil van Dijk settling in well at the back and Loris Karius impressing in goal, the pieces are falling into place for Klopp's team, who have lost just once in 20 Premier League games.
"One of the biggest challenge for me is when you have Mo Salah and Sadio Mane at the training ground".