Football reaches new height with Liverpool, Manchester City

Football reaches new height with Liverpool, Manchester City

Football reaches new height with Liverpool, Manchester City

City can lift the Premier League title at an earlier stage of the season than any team before them by beating Jose Mourinho's United on Saturday at the Etihad Stadium. "The door is nearly closed but a little bit open and maybe there is some space for us to get in".

While one could suggest that City will only go out of the competition because Jurgen Klopp has his number and that Liverpool are a great side, which they are, this game seems to symbolize a much deeper problem for Guardiola, one that dates back to his time as Bayern Munich manager where they were eliminated each year through tactical blunders from Guardiola and paid heavily for those blunders.

Now instead of a morale-boosting celebration, Pep Guardiola's side have been forced to wait to clinch their third title in seven seasons and can not be guaranteed the title even if they win at Tottenham Hotspur next Saturday.

Cans, bottles and flares were thrown at the bus as a crowd gathered outside Anfield before the 3-0 Champions League quarter final first-leg defeat.

City were in the Middle East for four days of warm weather training, and it was there where he reportedly agreed to extend his stay. "I am not going to deny that, but we know exactly which team we play".

We will see if Guardiola manages to overcome the three-goal deficit or if, on the contrary, Klopp establishes himself as the Catalan's true nemesis. "There are 90 minutes more, we are going to try", he told his post-match press conference.

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"When you analyse the game, it was good, so I can not expect 30 minutes and the opponent doesn't do absolutely anything". "You had to nearly win every game in our day".

"We are going into it to win it".

"Of course we are sad for ourselves, for our fans - but we still have 13 points advantage and goal difference". We have one eye on Tuesday though.

And Chris Smalling, so fragile in the United defense in the first half, came through with the victor in the 69th minute when he was left unmarked to meet Alexis Sanchez's free kick.

United won the title by the widest margin when they took it by 18 points in 1999-2000 but that record could also fall to City, who, with 88 goals scored, have their sights set on Chelsea's 103 netted in 2009-2010.

Merseyside Police said they would launch enquiries to find the culprits of what they described as "appalling" behaviour. That would be a remarkable achievement for Sean Dyches men but they may face a setback in their ambitions by tasting defeat at Vicarage Road. And he insisted halting his rivals' title coronation does not give him more impetus.

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