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15 September 2018, 11:16 | Charlene Valdez
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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has hit back at Gary Neville by commenting that he does not know what the former Manchester United skipper meant when he suggested that the Reds should sacrifice their Champions League aspirations to win the league title. Not even City last season played the ideal season.
Chasing a first English title since 1990, Liverpool swept to a fifth successive win at the start of the Premier League season on Saturday with goals from Georginio Wijnaldum and Roberto Firmino clinching a 2-1 win at Tottenham. "Thank you for all the support and see you soon".
The forward, who last featured for his club on August 11, recently returned from the Asian Games, where he helped South Korea to victory in the tournament in Indonesia.
"If not, we are not going to take a risk because he missed a lot of games and now we have a lot of games ahead".
The latter two will start the game at Wembley while Fabinho will start the game from the bench.
Pochettino's side claimed a 4-1 win over Liverpool in the corresponding fixture of last season but he is anticipating a much tougher task this time around.
Yet Pochettino insisted flaws were also on show at Old Trafford and believes the heavy workload a number of his first-team stars undertook during the World Cup have taken a toll. Klopp has identified weaknesses in goal and in defence and sorted them out by investing wisely in Alisson and Van Dijk. Their lack of depth is now becoming evident and that's down to the lack of investment in the squad over the past 12 months and beyond. Sure you will be punished for the team and quality they have on the pitch.
Chelsea's period of Premier League dominance continued into the next season where they remarkably won their first nine games of the Premier League season.
Liverpool feel and look vibrant, but Spurs are beginning to look stale and predictable.
Spurs won their opening three matches of the campaign but have now suffered back-to-back defeats against Watford and Liverpool. "That is how it is, the body needs the time only to calm down from an intense season - they didn't have it".
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