Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp and midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are both relishing the chance to put things right when Man City visit on Sunday.

The 5-0 defeat at the Etihad Stadium on September 9, when Sadio Mane was sent off just before half-time with the scoreline at 1-0, remains the German’s most frustrating match of the season.

Both teams were level on seven points when they met in the fourth round of Premier League matches and Klopp believes the result was something of a turning point in both clubs’ campaigns.

With the gap now at 18 the Reds are playing to prove a point but Klopp would like nothing better than to inflict a first league defeat of the season on City.

“We played there a few months ago and it was one of the stranger games in my life,” he said.

“We were the slightly better side, had slightly better chances, and then we had the red card and that obviously changed the game and for Manchester City maybe the season.

“They didn’t do too badly before that but after they were like, ‘Ah, we are really good’.

“Before the City game we were pretty much level and after that game we struggled a bit and City obviously didn’t.

“They used the momentum and we suffered a little bit.

“In a football way we should try to clarify something. Sometimes you get an opportunity to put things right.

“It was not a nice day so trying to draw another picture would be one part of our motivation.”

LEICESTER, ENGLAND - Saturday, September 23, 2017: Liverpool's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain during the Football League Cup 3rd Round match between Leicester City and Liverpool at the King Power Stadium. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

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