Gerrard: Liverpool v Man City will be classic

Gerrard: Liverpool v Man City will be classic

Gerrard: Liverpool v Man City will be classic

"We were calm then and we need to be the same way in our mentality when we are winning". They also played badly for the first time this season in midweek, even if Napoli's victor didn't come until the final minutes, and their fabled front three of Salah, Mane and Firmino have failed to score in the club's past three games in all competitions. Are you kidding me? That is what they should do.

Manchester City Pep Guardiola believes that Liverpool's star winger Mohamed Salah still needs seven or eight years to be compared to City's star Sergio Aguero, but the Egyptian worldwide can return to his scoring ways in the future.

When the two sides met back in April in a Champions League quarter-final first leg the visitors' coach sustained thousands of pounds worth of damage after bottles, flares and other objects were thrown.

"Liverpool should be upset not myself", he said. But I know it's in there. Now they know it. He is also eligible for Scotland but was told he would struggle to get a game.

The club, who parted ways with long-standing manager Arsene Wenger last season, were written off as title challengers after defeats against City and Chelsea but have now won six Premier League games in succession. "We hope we can finish that (unbeaten) run". They were better than us, in my opinion. They have good players and a good way to play. "They are a top side".

Rangers moved up to sixth in the Scottish Premiership on Sunday by beating Hearts 3-1.

"You're playing in Europe, in the Europa League which is a very high level so I'm really happy with the way it's going at the moment".

Guardiola said: "I don't play against Jurgen, I try to win against Liverpool". We are only good in football. The team put in a good performance again.

"A lot of times it was really close but there was no real ideal decision". I am completely relaxed.

"Against Napoli the first 15 minutes was an open game with better opportunities for us. Liverpool have started so well, they have the same points us, but we were expecting that all along".

"My faith in the team is so big". But he best go to the owners and ask for an bad lot of money if he wants James Tavernier.

"But can they send the message out to City that the title is on?"

Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp took aim at UEFA's new Nations League, labeling it "senseless", after his side headed into the global break with a home draw against Premier League leaders Manchester City Sunday.

Klopp holds an impressive record over Pep Guardiola as both Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund manager - which includes a current streak of three wins on the bounce - but the German insisted he is taking nothing for granted against a team he holds a lot of respect for. Maurizio Sarri's side have perhaps been underestimated, but they - like both City and Liverpool - have 20 points on the board after eight games.

The second half followed the same pattern as Liverpool's initial burst fizzled out and City took control.

I think the last four days we've had two fantastic results and two top performances. Then it can work. I'm sure the supporters are going to be going to Ibrox in good spirits. "He is doing well and working hard on the training ground", said Hazard.

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