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'Liverpool Achieving Top Four This Year Is Greater Than Winning Premier League And Champions League'

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'Liverpool Achieving Top Four This Year Is Greater Than Winning Premier League And Champions League'

A Liverpool fan has made a bold claim that the Reds making top four would be bigger than the club's Premier League and Champions League triumphs in recent seasons.

The Reds endured an underwhelming title defence this season as Manchester City comfortably captured the Premier League trophy.

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has also had to deal with injury woes to his squad this season, with the likes of Joel Matip, Joe Gomez and Virgil van Dijk all sidelined.

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The Reds' Champions League qualification hopes were handed a major boost on Tuesday after Chelsea's 2-1 victory over Leicester City at Stamford Bridge.

Liverpool are fifth in the Premier League and are three points behind Leicester, though Klopp's men have a match in hand.

Now, one Reds supporter has claimed that a top-four finish for Liverpool would eclipse their 2019-20 Premier League success and 2018-19 Champions League triumph.

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Speaking to talkSPORT, Liverpool fan 'Klobby' said: "If we achieve the top four this year, I'm going to go as far as to say that it will the greater than winning the Premier League and the Champions League."

Jason Cundy hit back at the Liverpool fan's claim, saying that his side have been "garbage" and they have had the "worst run" of home matches.

Responding to the talkSPORT host, 'Klobby' responded: "Exactly... and look how many points we were behind Everton.

"This is not just me, I've spoken to my friends about it."

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Liverpool have bounced back and built on their momentum by winning all three of their Premier League matches this month.

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The Reds defeated Southampton 2-0 at Anfield before sealing a sensational 4-2 win over Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Liverpool secured a superb 2-1 comeback on Sunday against West Brom at the Hawthorns thanks to a stunning injury-time header from Alisson.

Liverpool will return to action on Thursday as they clash with Burnley at Turf Moor.

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The Reds will play their final Premier League match of the season on Sunday against Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.

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Topics: Liverpool, Football, Premier League, England

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