Frank Lampard reacts to Chelsea being above Man City

Chelsea & Man City

Following Man City’s 3-1 defeat at Anfield on Sunday, the reigning Premier League champs are fourth in the division.

Liverpool are top on 34 points, while Leicester are above Chelsea with both teams on 26 points.

Man City have 25 points.

Following the international break, Man City host Chelsea at the Etihad Stadium.


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Frank Lampard on Chelsea being above Man City

The Daily Mail have published quotes from Frank Lampard following Liverpool’s win over Man City.

Asked whether the Blues are now in the title race, Lampard distanced himself from the question:

It’s nice to be above City, because I’ve got huge respect for them. What a team.

But I certainly won’t announce ourselves in a title race because we are relatively new, because we are in transition with younger players.

To get carried away would be our biggest enemy. To say that would be a bit naive because we are not even a third of the way through the season.

If we can keep replicating the form, keep replicating the results, then we can certainly close the gap, and I think that is the first step.


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Tell them how you really feel, Pep ✌️😤 . . . . . . . . . .#city #football #pep #liverpool #football

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