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Man City hammer Liverpool

12 Septembre 2017

"The game was equal", Pep Guardiola said when he was asked how he viewed the breathlessly anticipated meeting between Manchester City and Liverpool in the moments before Sadio Mane was sent off.

Liverpool's suffering was worsened even more in the 77th minute when Benjamin Mendy's pass selected Sane and also the Germany worldwide's first-time coating blinked past Mignolet at his close to post.

After some early season optimism for Liverpool fans, Jurgen Klopp's team came back to earth with a thud after a 5-0 thrashing at Manchester City, lowlighted by the 36th minute sending off of a starman Sadio Mane. They'd still lose, but at least they'd make it hard by sitting in with two low blocks of four and restricting space. Some of the members of the squad will have to be at their best and play most of the matches, but anyone picked by the manager to start games will be able to lead City to victories.

"Emre Can really struggled when he played in the middle of the back three and didn't look solid at all", Carragher said speaking on Sky Sports after the game. And if players are properly defending in midfield (you have a better chance) - we are usually much better at that than we were against City'.

Liverpool's Sadio Mane was sent off on Saturday for kicking Man City's Ederson in the head.

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Klopp was asked if Otamendi was spotted as a weakness in his battle with Mohamed Salah along the right flank, he answered: "Spotted?"

"Phil is a fantastic player, and hopefully we can use him as quickly as possible".

'The first goal was so easy to defend. push up! Liverpool were playing at 60 per cent, Klopp said, which may have been inevitable after the global break, but which contributed to their failure to make the most of their opportunities.

Moreno has always been Liverpool fan's worse nightmare but a few "good" games in pre-season and Klopp suddenly thinks he is Premier League standard. "It gives us confidence before our Champions League game".

Ahead of their blockbuster clash at the Etihad Stadium today, both teams are unbeaten with two wins and a draw each, and Guardiola is expecting a tough challenge from a side that thrashed Arsenal 4-0 the last time out.

Man City hammer Liverpool