Jurgen Klopp: Man City are better than Liverpool
After beating Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, Liverpool remain perfect this Premier League season.
However, according to Reds manager Jurgen Klopp, Man City are the “best team in the world”.
Speaking after the win in west London, Klopp said the following:
I said it before, they are the best team in the world. I don’t want to put pressure on Pep (Guardiola), they are brilliant in moments – we are not bad as well.
This type of football not a lot of teams can play, but we play in our way, we try to win football games. In the end we need to get the points, there is no competition in technical things, it is about the points.
I still don’t see that it is only two teams. At the moment we don’t have to think about it. It’s matchday six, we are talking about the title with 32 games to go, I think that it is a bit early.
Roy Keane vs Jamie Carragher
From Liverpool’s current rivalry with Man City to Liverpool’s old rivalry against Man United.
During the Sky Sports analysis on Sunday, Jamie Carragher provoked a sharp observation from Roy Keane.
Carragher tried to argue that Man United are just a couple of key signings away from becoming a title-challenging team. Carragher said:
I was in this position at Liverpool where you are trying to catch teams.
Sometimes you just need that two or three players who can transform them. I think of Luis Suarez coming to Liverpool.
For three or four years we were finishing sixth and seventh, where United are and then almost won the title.
Sometimes that one player can make all the difference.
Here’s how Roy Keane responded.
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