Jurgen Klopp has insisted his players can do no more in their bid to end a 29-year wait for another league title after seeing them scrap their way to victory at Newcastle.
The Reds needed a late winner from substitute Divock Origi to take the race for the Premier League crown to the final day of the season.
Klopp said after a pulsating 90 minutes at St James' Park: "I'm not native, so I cannot maybe say it better, but I accepted long ago that we do everything, absolutely everything, the boys throw whatever they have on the pitch.
"That means whether we will be champion or not, it's destiny. We do everything, we cannot do more.
"Can you get more than 94 points? Not really. The boys tried everything, even when we had the draws they tried everything to win the game. It's all good."