Champions League still in liverpool's hands, says Can

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Mamadou Sakho has defended his celebrations with Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke during Liverpool's defeat to the Eagles at the weekend.

The Belgian worldwide scored a brace to haunt his former side, as Palace continued their march towards Premier League safety.

"As long as there is a chance to qualify for the Champions League, we have to believe in it", Wijnaldum told the official Liverpool website.

Benteke found the equaliser in the 42nd minute when he fired home a left-footed shot into the top left corner.

"The recovery from [the first goal] is good".

"But we have made a habit of upsetting the big teams and have done it again thanks to the big man". It's Chelsea away, Arsenal at home and now Liverpool away. We did more with our possession than Liverpool and that is why we won.

Palace's sixth victory in their last eight league games handed Allardyce his first ever win at Anfield and the Crystal Palace manager explained how he aimed to exploit Liverpool's weakness at defending set pieces.

"We wanted to have Roberto, Gini and Phil around the box, around for second balls".

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"It has been hard work but we are looking up". We can not change what happened against Palace, so we have to look forward. We'll back him to find the net at 2/1.

Liverpool started the game with the same eleven as last week against West Brom despite doubts hanging over the fitness of Joel Matip, Lucas Leiva and Roberto Firmino.

"They were never on easy street but all of a sudden that (Palace defeat) has put them under pressure", he said.

"We knew it was hard".

"We have seen the other teams at the bottom are winning matches".

They then performed it again after the full-time whistle, much to the anger of Liverpool supporters. "There are games to play and we will be ready". With 64 and 63 points respectively, Manchester City and Manchester United who are 4th and 5th on the standings are at advantage having played 32 games each so far; 2 less than Liverpool.

Klopp is staying positive, though.

"We have to try everything and we will try everything".

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