We have to pick ourselves up for Tottenham, says Liverpool's Gravenberch

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Liverpool midfielder Ryan Gravenberch urged the Reds to cheer themselves on for their next Premier League match against Tottenham Hotspur despite having all but dropped out of the title race.

2 months ago
Just weeks ago Liverpool were on course for a historic quadruple of trophies with the League Cup already under their belts but exits from the FA Cup and the Europa League has been accompanied by a damaging run of Premier League results.
Saturday's 2-2 draw at West Ham effectively ended their title push and fans witnessed the unedifying spectacle of a touchline spat between Klopp and substitute Mohamed Salah.
"Now the league will be really difficult and also we are out of Europe. We have to finish the league well now. Everybody is disappointed. But we have to go [forward] now," Ryan Gravenberch told his current club's press.
"Tottenham is this week and we have to prepare for that – and we will do. We have to prepare well for them and we have to believe and we have to win that game. You have to keep dreaming and keep believing always, but it will be really hard for us," he added.

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