Published: Wed, October 10, 2018
Sport | By Matt Richards

Twitter reacts Manchester City held to goalless draw by Liverpool

Twitter reacts Manchester City held to goalless draw by Liverpool

Klopp said this following his side's Premier League 0-0 draw with City at Anfield on Sunday in the Premier League. That's why I say, going away is not a big problem, but now you call a manager of any country and ask him to leave out one or two players and he says: 'I am under pressure as well, ' because now it's Nations Cup.

The draw preserved both sides' unbeaten Premier League records, but they failed to lay down an early marker in the title race as Chelsea moved into a three-way tie at the top on 20 points after eight games.

If only we could press a reset button on the attack and Liverpool would surely be top of the table now rather than sharing first place with Man City and Chelsea.

He has never produced his best form at his old club - losing all four games with City - and was a substitute for their most recent clash in April, when City were beaten 3-0 in the Champions League quarterfinal.

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"We were close more than ever to win here".

"I look at Liverpool's midfield and I bet they are three great lads, who work their socks off but they just haven't got that little bit of quality in games like this to look one way and deliver a pass the other way". Every team in the Premier League wants that, but it's only for a few of them.

"It was seven massive games and I'm really happy with what the boys made out of it, now we have to hope they come back [from the upcoming worldwide break] healthy and then we go to Huddersfield".

"They are built for that, Jurgen (Klopp) is built for that. It's just the fact of having someone like that in the squad to turn to when you feel you need that player".

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"I think the very fact that Jurgen signed two and tried to get three shows you they are a bit short there". We deserved to win, but sometimes it's important not to lose, as well'. We made it hard for them and they made it hard for us at times.

But when I watch the Gunners, I don't see a team that can challenge for the title. Their century haul of points last season has ensured expectations remain incredibly high this term but simply retaining the title for the first time - something no club has managed for a decade - would be achievement enough.

"To keep a clean sheet after a penalty in the last five minutes makes me a very happy man", the £75m centre-half said.

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