"As you know very well, one month ago I think it was impossible to make it and fight for the Champions League", Conte said.
"We are getting three points in every game".
"We're putting pressure on the teams that stay ahead of us".
The Blues play Huddersfield at home on Wednesday and at Newcastle on next Sunday's final day; Spurs meet Newcastle and Leicester, respectively, on the same days, at their temporary Wembley home.
This means that if they were to beat Brighton next week, they would virtually seal a top-4 finish because the best Chelsea would be able to do is tie Liverpool. "I am not sure". Despite being a tournament that Liverpool have a real chance of winning, not focusing on the Premier League can cost Liverpool's place in the Champions League next season.
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"That's not what I want to see and not what he wants to do", he said.
Liverpool must prove to themselves they can do the same, which is why they need this game against Brighton. Afterwards, Klopp urged Salah to chop such antics from his sport and in addition highlighted that he suffered by developing towards his former Roma team-mate Antonio Rudiger.
After the game, when pressed for his view on the incident, Klopp was typically candid and refused to protect his player.
Arsenal fans honoured Wenger for his 22 years at the club on Sunday as their team's 5-0 win over Burnley marked his final home game in charge. A 3-Zero win then overlook about Brighton and put together for the ultimate. In spite of having more of the ball, Liverpool looked clueless in the final third as the first half progressed. Spurs also recorded a shock defeat to West Brom at the weekend and are shaky.
A few weeks ago, the Blues looked down and out and nearly certain to miss out on Champions League football, but a combination of both Liverpool and Spurs dropping points and Chelsea winning their last four matches has changed the complexion of the top-four race.
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