Manchester City Will Need The 'Perfect Game' Against Liverpool, Guardiola Says

Manchester City Will Need The 'Perfect Game' Against Liverpool, Guardiola Says

Manchester City Will Need The 'Perfect Game' Against Liverpool, Guardiola Says

And the chances we are going to receive - our keeper needs to save them.

City triumphed 5-0 last time they met at the Etihad Stadium in September but the Reds won 4-3 in their second Premier League meeting at Anfield in January. Hopefully we can do it, maybe it will be next season, but sooner or later that's going to happen in the club. Twists and turns seemed to happen every few days during that window, and though Klopp didn't snag his man before the deadline, he made sure to get him when the January window opened, regardless of price. "That is the only thing for us", van Dijk said.

"To go through we have to have the ideal game".

Manchester City missed out on the chance to secure the Premier League title on Saturday following their 3-2 defeat to rivals Manchester United. Neither Guardiola nor his players used that unsettling incident as an excuse for their limp performance.

"[Liverpool] are a team who fight for the ball and try to keep the players in the middle but we will be ready for tomorrow's game".

Speaking on Goals on Sunday, Riise said: "City lost against Liverpool, they lost against United, Liverpool have a habit of always scoring".

What happened against United, when City let a two-goal lead slip away, was odd and I don't know if the emotion of being so close to winning the title meant they took their foot off the pedal a little bit in the second half.

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But for me, having played in games that have gone the same way, it was not a case of City being found out, or switching off - more that it just wasn't their day.

"I hope we can solve all the problems we had, especially in the first half, in 10-15 minutes we conceded three goals".

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He was with the fitness coach yesterday training, ' said Klopp.

Guardiola feels failure to overturn the deficit would provide a valuable lesson for his team in the long term and acknowledged City have to attack from the off if they are to progress. "We have to believe in something important and go for it with great love and passion".

"It's a rather yes than no but we have to see".

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