Top 10 Liverpool strikers of the Premier League era - #5

Top 10 Liverpool strikers of the Premier League era - #5

The Reds now sit top by two points with seven games to go but City have a game in hand on their rivals - against fierce foes Manchester United on April 24.

"You have got give Pep Guardiola a lot of credit".

Liverpool centre-half Virgil van Dijk is considered to be one of, if not the finest defender on the planet by AC Milan legend Franco Baresi.

Van Dijk has helped to push Jurgen Klopp's side into Premier League title contention, while taking in another productive Champions League campaign.

City do have the better squad - especially in terms of depth - but to say that not a single Reds player would improve Guardiola's first eleven is not the case.

Liverpool are looking to win their first English league title for 29 years, while City want to become the first team to retain it since United in 2009. "He is doing fantastic so I am really pleased for him".

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The reason Liverpool have got so close to City this season and closed what was an enormous gap last season is that they have invested so wisely on players and brought about improvement in the ones Klopp already had.

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Rio Ferdinand admits the prospect of Manchester City winning the Premier League is the "better of two evils".

The former Liverpool man has scored 41 goals in the league since Guardiola took over as manager in 2016.

"I don't think it's a surprise that Man City have won the games they have, but rather that Liverpool have dropped points in recent weeks".

Manchester City will play Tottenham three times in the span of ten days, with a Premier League game also scheduled, and Molby feels the Sky Blues will not get the relief of playing a side from outside England.

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