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Jurgen Klopp says Man City are 'biggest force in football'

07 October 2018

The Reds go into this game without a win in 3 games in all competitions and are well aware they will have to improve if they are to knock the league leaders off their perch, especially with the usually prolific front 3 struggling to make a mark in recent weeks. With the ball, again the timing was not good because we felt under pressure when there was no pressure.

Of course, that 1-0 loss was only Liverpool's second of the season, and neither of those reverses have come in the Premier League. "For Salah it was the first one so we will see in seven or eight years".

Since then the Reds have strengthened significantly and they look like genuine title contenders themselves this season. That's how it is. "Only when the team play better and play good the striker has more chances to score goals". We have to start anew.

"My faith in the team is so big". And he wants us to call him Pep. I didn't want to lose at Napoli but, if you ask me which is the best preparation mood wise, it's losing a game.

'For the moment, we have the most points of any English team in the Champions League, and it is a big responsibility for us to maintain that in our next group match against the super team, Juventus.

Guardiola said: "I don't play against Jurgen, I try to win against Liverpool".

Manchester City are top by virtue of having scored a whopping 21 goals so far but Pep Guardiola is taking nothing for granted against a side that beat his Manchester City team three times last season.

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Klopp has been described as Pep Guardiola's nemesis but the German insisted there is no magic formula to beating City.

Ahead of the game, Klopp said he was relaxed about Mohamed Salah, explaining: "Obviously, expectations changed, that's normal".

"We beat City three times last season and not once after any of those games did we go into the dressing room and think "now we know how to beat them".

"That's all we need to know".

"It's not always possible unfortunately and it's always hard work, even if we're entertaining people, it's especially hard work".

The fan in question said that for 52 years he or she would have answered United without hesitation, but that "for me it's now Liverpool".

Klopp was waiting to learn whether midfielder Naby Keita would be available after suffering a back spasm on Wednesday while forward Adam Lallana is back in full training following a groin problem.

Jurgen Klopp says Man City are 'biggest force in football'