Liverpool striker Salah: What Klopp told me about our 'not good' performance

Liverpool striker Salah: What Klopp told me about our 'not good' performance

Liverpool striker Salah: What Klopp told me about our 'not good' performance

His goal, clipped inside the far post sublimely from a tight angle after Fulham's Joe Bryan had gifted possession, was a reminder that Aguero turns half-chances into clear openings and it is a facet City will require against sterner opposition than Scott Parker's relegation-bound Fulham.

Liverpool returned to the top of the Premier League yesterday with a last-minute 2-1 win over Tottenham, although Man City do have a vital game in hand.

[It was the] global break and people told me they were exhausted. "We did what we should do", said the City boss. The players surprised me again.

"Our first 15-20 minutes was one of the best of the season".

"That is the best way in my experience with other clubs when we fight for many titles, don't think too much". As quoted by the Express, the Spaniard said: "Each day, each match, for us and them, is very important".

"After the break playing at home is different to playing away". Always you have doubts about how they're going to react.

"Virgil van Dijk is favourite for taking Liverpool to another level but Raheem Sterling has taken his own game to another level", Redknapp told the Daily Mail. That is unusual and that is why I am so satisfied.

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"It's nearly normal because it's football, but we all know him as somebody who is very, very relaxed with the situation".

"People out and around the club are speaking about Mo because he used to score nearly every single game", he added.

The victory at Craven Cottage was City's 11th in 12 games and they are still on course to for a historic quadruple, having already won the Carabao Cup this term.

Unai Emery has admitted that Arsenal face a tough task in their bid to finish in the top four of the Premier League and qualify for next season's Champions League.

"Liverpool and Man City have done incredible so far so deserve the credit. We will have 80 points with six games to play if we win next week", Guardiola added.

"Maybe for the [FA] Cup semi-final and the Champions League it would be nice. That's why we are here". "In this break we made a decision to go away to train four days and play one match".

"Wednesday against Cardiff will be a special game for us in front of our fans and with memories of Bernard", Pep added.

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