Andy Robertson vows Liverpool will be back: 'We're not going anywhere'

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Despite the emotionally draining and physically exhausting exploits of Liverpool's 4-0 Champions League semi-final win over Barcelona on Tuesday, Jurgen Klopp's men had to rouse themselves for one final league game as Wolves came to Anfield looking for an upset.

Andy Robertson struck a defiant tone in response to Liverpool finishing second to Manchester City in the Premier League after a relentless title challenge.

Should the domestic treble be won next weekend - City face Watford in the FA Cup final - Guardiola's next task will be elevating the club to summit of European football.

And while we witness another stunning displayed by Manchester City, as they beat Brighton 4-1 away from home to wrap up the title, it's undeniable that Liverpool's effort this season was nearly as good at the champions.

City finished on 98 points, one more than Liverpool.

City triumphed 2-1 that day, then won 16 of their last 17 league games, including all of the last 14, to become the first club to retain the Premier League title for 10 years.

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Manchester City's victorious players were adamant amidst the celebrations that greeted the completion of their magnificent Premier League triumph on the English south-coast on Sunday that this was still just the infancy of their era of dominance. But every time Klopp's side posed the question, Guardiola's men had the answer.

City lifted the League Cup once again in February after edging out Chelsea on penalties.

A Liverpool supporter looks from the stands at the end of the English Premier League soccer match between Liverpool and Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Anfield stadium in Liverpool, England, Sunday, May 12, 2019. Instead City responded in ruthless fashion to snuff out Liverpool's hopes of a first title since 1990.

Defending the Premier League title is by no means an easy task. "We were unlucky against City but scored in the last second against Everton and late on against Newcastle, they could have been draws as well". "Not bad. We helped a little bit with pushing them there, but [they have] all my respect". "We will fight next season for the title". It hurts so much right now that we couldn't accomplish it this season. That is the secret. "That's why I want the fans, the organisation, to enjoy that moment because it's so complicated". "If he's being nice and gives you a pat on the back the team doesn't perform", he said.

"It's clear we had to work hard and City too".

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