Following the dramatic turnaround from Liverpool on Saturday courtesy of late goals from Andy and Sadio Mane, Liverpool were able to maintain their six-point lead over Manchester City at the league's summit.
It was a call backed up by VAR but so tight the Premier League had to clarify the decision at half-time, saying the striker's armpit was ahead of last defender Tyrone Mings.
He added: "I never thought a second about the Man City game and the Aston Villa game together".
"When we won, Liverpool still didn't win and at the end, again they won".
The midfielder said the win over Arsenal fuelled the whole club, even though none of the players who had began that game started at Villa. "I was never thinking "we should win there because maybe we could lose next week".
Liverpool's winning mentality came to the fore emphatically on Saturday afternoon, as they overturned a late deficit at Aston Villa. That outcome would no doubt go down very smoothly with Liverpool's fans, many of whom are yet to see a league title win in their lifetime.
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Mane grabbed Liverpool's victor in the fourth minute of added time against Villa. Both City and Liverpool thrive on balls played in from wide positions, but Klopp said his side don't totally rely on their crossing ability for goals.
You try your best to press them but they are top teams and full credit to them.But if you use the wing constantly, then usually the centre opens up a little bit. If you have situations like this, then it's not a bad idea.
"It's just one option for us and it's hard to defend".
"But I haven't analysed all the other teams so far this season".
Liverpool hope to find a suitable solution, just as they have already overcome one significant problem relating to the Federation Internationale de Football Association event that has not previously been publicly known.
In hindsight, Reds supporters can look back and appreciate United's never-say-die attitude, though, which has now been perfected by Klopp's men.