Andy Robertson Questions Manchester City Victory Celebrations After Etihad Defeat

Andy Robertson Questions Manchester City Victory Celebrations After Etihad Defeat

Andy Robertson Questions Manchester City Victory Celebrations After Etihad Defeat

It was City's first victory over Liverpool in five attempts but Fernandinho insisted they didn't specifically have a point to prove against their rivals, who beat them home and away in last season's Champions League quarterfinals.

If you play bad you can win the games, but you have to play good and get the three points.

Liverpool went to Ethiad, with a Nine-game winning streak, City started the game with an impressive movement, the midfielder's movement arrested Liverpool's fullbacks and they literally had no time on the ball.

"Credit goes to them but we are still four points clear at that is what we have got to remember".

The Cherries also secured Nathaniel Clyne's services on loan for the rest of the season, but Solanke's departure, in particular, has left many Reds fans questioning who Jurgen Klopp has lined up as a replacement, and they could be some of world football's most explosive attackers. You have to win every game, so we will see what happens in the end. I think all the big games are like this.

Andy Robertson Questions Manchester City Victory Celebrations After Etihad Defeat

Liverpool are chasing a first league title since 1990 and the Holland global is confident one defeat won't knock their hopes.

City were better than them on the night but that doesn't mean the title race is over for Liverpool - far from it - and the fact that they matched City for so long will give them hope. It produced a thrilling encounter and Sane said the players could feel the tension with so much at stake.

'We need to keep playing the way we play, and we did that, but the way we ran and fought was a little bit special, ' the match-winner said.

"At the very highest level that midfield won't win anything, and with Lovren at the back they won't win anything either". Later, the replay showed, it was just 1.12cm of the ball which hadn't crossed the line.

"It was really tense". But we couldn't have won it (the title) here - and like I say, we have not lost it either.

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Brown, who signed a contract extension in the offseason, remains a popular figure with ownership and management. That's all I care about. "We have a new opportunity".

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