Liverpool’s title grip suffered another draw after West Ham United compelled the league leaders to a forceful draw at the London stadium.
The result means Liverpool have failed to beat West Ham in the Premier League for the first time since a 2-2 home draw on the 11th of December 2016.
Unfortunately, this is coming from Klopp’s men at a point when victory was needed to boost their chances of winning their first premier league title in the last 28 years.
The result has also boosted the morale of defending champions Manchester City, who trail Liverpool with three points now and will believe that they can unseat the league leaders and win a consecutive title.
Liverpool will definitely have themselves to blame for poor finishing after enjoying a ball possession of 73% with 6 shots on target against the Hammers 2 shots on target.
For West Ham United, they secured a vital one point that kept them tie on point with Leicester City while they move five points clear off Brighton who is seated on the 13th position on the table.