Liverpool must win last two games, says Milner

Despite the draw, Champions League qualification is still in Liverpool's hands and with games against West Ham and Middlesbrough to come, Klopp 's men must fancy their chances of returning to Europe's elite competition.

The result edged Liverpool up to third, a point ahead of Manchester City, but Pep Guardiola's side have played a game fewer and Manchester United entered their match at Arsenal on Sunday knowing a ideal return from their remaining top-flight fixtures would see them also finish above Jurgen Klopp's men.

James Milner missed penalty for the first time on his Liverpool career as Liverpool drop points in a goal less draw against Southampton.

Third-placed Liverpool have now made qualifying for the Champions League more hard than they would have wished and Klopp, who spent most of the second half ranting on the sidelines, struggled to hide his disappointment.

Liverpool remained in third with two games to play left to play before the end of the season but Manchester City are one point in arrears with a game in hand. Hopefully we will get a bit of luck and finish the job.

"We've talked about whether they need a Plan B. But maybe actually they need to improve on Plan A because they've stopped doing something". There are not many things wrong. "We defended very well, with good structure, organisation and discipline".

"It's not exactly what we wanted, we are disappointed about this but we keep on going".

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"70 points in the last 13 seasons have been top four", Mellor said on LFC TV. Initially thought to be out for two months, it's taken longer for him to get back on his feet.

James Milner, who had a quiet afternoon up to that point, stepped up but had a penalty saved for the first time this season, Forster diving low to his right to beat the ball away.

They had 65 per cent possession - Saints failed to have a shot on target in 90 minutes - but the only time they looked like threatening in the first half was when Oriol Romeu was robbed by Roberto Firmino but the Brazilian's shot was blocked by Ryan Bertrand.

Despite the frustration, Milner insists there has not been - and will not be - any nerves. I said sorry in the dressing room afterwards; there is not a lot more I can say.

"We are a young squad, yes, but I feel we are still trying to play the right way".

"It's not ideal, but it keeps us still on track and that's the most important information", the manager told following the stalemate with Southampton.

"We have to win our remaining two games and see if it's good enough". "I don't think that has happened".

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