Man United legend Ferdinand tells Klopp to adopt Ferguson's tactics to win the league

Man United legend Ferdinand tells Klopp to adopt Ferguson's tactics to win the league

- Rio Ferdinand sends Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp an important message that will help him win the EPL title

- The Reds are atop of the log with 57 points after 22 round of matches ahead of their next game against Crystal Palace

- They have not won the title since the 1990 season and will hope they can end that drought this term

Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand believes Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp must adopt Sir Alex Ferguson's style to win the Premier League title.

The Reds have have not lifted the English topflight title since the 1990 season, but have a chance to break the jinx according to the Mirror.

They are currently seated at the summit of the table with 57 points from 22 matches - seven better than Manchester City who face Wolves on Monday night.

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Klopp's men suffered their first EPL defeat following their 2-1 defeat to the defending champions City, and the defeat has begun to mount pressure on the Anfield side.

The ex-English star while speaking on BT Sport said that: "That will be a big burden on their shoulders - if it's allowed to be.

"When I was fortunate enough to be in a changing room with Sir Alex Ferguson, in times of need when the pressure is on, someone was chasing or when Liverpool or Chelsea were just ahead of us, he would find something we could hook into.

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"It wouldn't be obvious but it would be something about us a lot of the time - what we were good at, why we're here.

"I think Jurgen Klopp it's important he actually tries to take the focus off of the history," Ferdinand said.

"It would be little gems that he would put into your mind as an individual and it grew as a collective belief that you just cling on to. "Sometimes it just needs one performance to shut everyone up.

"If Liverpool go out and put in a massive performance against one of the big teams, they put them to sleep and win three or four-nil, then you get the momentum again."

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Liverpool return to winning ways in the EPL after beating Brighton and Hove Albion 1-0 away from home courtesy Mohamed Salah's spot kick.

And they will host Crystal Palace in their next meeting at Anfield in a bid to continue their title contention.

Legit.ng earlier reported that Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand was left gobsmacked following Mohamed's Salah's spectacular goal against Napoli.

The goal that earned Liverpool qualification to the last 16 in the Champions League, was an incredible solo effort that saw Salah goal after holding off Napoli Left-back Mario Rui.

He then whizzed past Kalidou Koulibaly and fooled goalkeeper David Ospina by putting the ball right through his legs after feigning a cross.

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