Asked if the defeat has hurt even more because of Tottenham's league standing and recent run of results, Lucas said: "Also because we haven't won in five, six Premier League games".
"The next four games they play in front of Liverpool.
I just play and I want to win the Premier League, that's the most important thing for me".
"I would just like to see them have a couple more players in the middle of the park with that sort of ability to change a game".
"If at the end of the season we would be first, it must be kind of a fairy tale, miracle, whatever".
"But now there's no other option, we don't have any other choice, so every game we have to win, if not you drop that competition". For all the points we have now, we worked really hard.
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With the game against Tottenham at 1-1 heading into the 90th minute it seemed like a pivotal moment in the title race, as Jurgen Klopp's side looked set to drop two points, and the psychological boost of a late victor can not really be quantified.
Parker said: "While it's still mathematically possible we won't give up, but I'm a realist and we all understand the predicament ahead".
'They put in a good performance against a struggling Fulham team (on Saturday) and they got the three points. But I think the team behaved very well throughout the game, we managed to control the game well, we managed to neutralise their attack.
That extra game for City could be vital, so Klopp's side will be striving to win each of their remaining games to give themselves the best chance.
"We always have to wait until when [we have to show] we can handle the pressure - until now it's going well so we have to keep it like that". It is just unfortunate for the Merseysiders that they have come up against the best team to play in the Premier League ever, with one of the best managers ever in charge.