Jurgen Klopp reckons Manchester City as Europe’s best team, says he doesn’t mind playing draw with Guardiola’s side

Jurgen Klopp has hailed rivals Manchester City as Europe’s best team at the moment.

The Liverpool boss reckons City were unlucky to lose 2-0 against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League earlier this week.

Klopp believes City bossed the game against PSG and would’ve won if they took their chances.

And to dominate a PSG team filled with stars such as Lionel Messi, Klopp thinks shows why Pep Guardiola’s are the best side Europe has to offer.

The Germain said: “But when you think about the quality of the PSG team and the way Man City dominated them, that says a lot, that says a lot about the qualities.

“They are still really, for me, probably the best team in Europe in the moment and it’s a tough one.”

Klopp suggested that he doesn’t mind a draw when his side face Manchester City this weekend.

The Reds are sitting pretty at the top of the Premier League table one point ahead of City.

And sharing the spoils with rivals City would mean the Kop giants will still be unbeaten in the Prem.

Speaking ahead of the weekend clash, Klopp said: “A draw would mean we’re still unbeaten. Take it now? it’s early.

“Let’s play the game and ask me after that. So far the start is OK but it’s not that we think we couldn’t have done better.”