ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and the FC crew discuss the 'antsy' atmosphere at Anfield and the pressure associated with a tight Premier League title race.
It wasn't the decisive win Liverpool fans were looking for but a 1-1 draw is enough to see their lead grow to five points over Manchester City.
Virgil van Dijk has said that now is not the time for Liverpool and their supporters to be nervous in the Premier League title race.
Anfield was on edge for large parts of Wednesday night's 1-1 draw with Leicester, as Liverpool, who are chasing a first league title in 28 years, moved five points clear of Manchester City.
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But Van Dijk does not believe tension from the crowd impacted Liverpool's performance.
"I don't think so, but obviously you get that feeling as well [of nervousness] from the crowd…