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Liverpool away is Manchester City's toughest test says Gundogan

Liverpool away is Manchester City's toughest test says Gundogan

Despite all the rich attacking talent on display, Liverpool and City cancelled each other out in a cagey encounter, mustering just four shots on target between them.

The City boss said: "The best way to protect the bus is for the Liverpool fans to be as Liverpool fans supposedly are".

Manchester City's Brazilian midfielder Fernandinho (left) fouls Liverpool's Senegalese striker Sadio Mane during the English Premier League match at Anfield in Liverpool.

Read on for a summary of Klopp's post-match press conference, during which he also provided an update on James Milner's injury.

City forward Aguero, the club's all-time record scorer, has opened the new campaign in predictable fashion, scoring eight times in 10 games already this season.

"There is no real way, no one thing you have to do that you can beat them - that's not there".

Speaking to Sky Sports, Klopp dismissed talk of his impressive record in matches over Guardiola, and said: "My respect for Pep Guardiola couldn't be bigger, he is the world's best manager and that makes it so hard, but so exciting to play his teams".

"We've beaten a good team today because we went to war with them and we matched them in the war", said Gerrard.

Pep Guardiola had lost on all three of his previous visits to Anfield as City manager and the champions looked unnerved from their recent experiences early on. "But football is all about ups and downs", he added. Salah remains an excellent player and will score goals in the future. "In the training sessions he shoot the flawless penalties, but that sometimes happens and in the end, that is what it is".

Sergio has scored a lot of goals, but there were periods when he didn't score.

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"Now we will have three days together until we play City and make the boys aware of what was wrong". It was just unbelievable playing these teams is really hard. The only issue is unlike last season, Liverpool won't have a player like Oxlade-Chamberlain who can test the City defence with his driving runs from midfield.

In his Daily Mail column, Murphy says: "Jurgen Klopp has become a bit more pragmatic". He's got my number and he knows where I am.

"The big question is whether Guardiola will adapt or continue with his philosophy of taking risks, playing between the lines and trying to beat the press".

He said: "Obviously we won the last three games against City". Who are these teams that they're going to lose to?'. The name of that flaw was Liverpool.

Hazard bagged his seventh league goal of the season, after good work by Barkley, to give Chelsea a first-half lead at Southampton.

Liverpool were the only major thorn in City's side as they swept all before them last season, ending the chances of Pep Guardiola's side going unbeaten in the Premier League with a 4-3 victory at Anfield and then winning both legs of the Champions League quarter-final.

"Most points: 100. Most goals scored: 106".

The win was huge for so many reasons, but Gerrard has shown his perfectionist side by emphasising the need to pick up the performances away from Govan. Most away wins: 16.

"We don't want the gap to get too big".

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