Guardiola is the best manager in the world, says Klopp

Guardiola is the best manager in the world says Klopp

Guardiola is the best manager in the world - Klopp

Legendary Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has predicted this weekend's English Premier League clash between Liverpool and Manchester City.

Television cameras showed Guardiola twice shouting "Thank you so much" in sarcastic fashion at Oliver as he shook hands with the referee and his assistants at the final whistle after Liverpool opened up a nine point lead over the champions at the top of the table.

Klopp, who has taken a dig at City's "tactical fouling", drew a line under the verbal sparring on Thursday (Nov 7) in an interview with Sky Sports television.

Manchester City started on a high, hoping to break what is now becoming a traditional winning record at Anfield, but it wasn't long before Liverpool turned a controversial penalty shout for City into scoring opportunity and Fabinho was well-positioned to stretch Claudio Bravo much to the delight of the Anfield crowd in just the first six minutes of the game. To me, he's the best manager in the world and we have the chance to win against his team, which is very hard but it's possible. I think there's enough to write about, it's not necessary that we make it bigger.

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Klopp certainly plans to go for the win rather than focus on avoiding defeat, but he does not think the match will prove decisive in the title race. I don't know a lot of ways to beat City but if we want to do it, we have to do it with intensity and forcing them into our game, and that's what the boys did today.

"People will talk about it whether we win, lose or draw, it's for them to say what they want". "The whole world will be watching that game, I would 100 per cent, everybody I know will, so it's a massive one".

Mane scored a late victor for Liverpool in Saturday's 2-1 Premier League win at Aston Villa but was earlier shown a yellow card for simulation, having previously been criticised after winning a contentious late spot-kick against Leicester City.

Anfield on Sunday thinking I'm going to lose the game. "How exactly it will be, I don't know".

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Liverpool never looked back thereafter and another counterattack play saw Mohammed Salah met a deft Andy Robertson's cross with a textbook header to double Liverpool's lead in the 13th minute. We play at home but the game there we lost by 11 millimetres because the ball was not in.

"If he couldn't play it would change [things] because he's an important part of their game", he said.

"I prefer to play in [a big atmosphere] than when there is nobody. That's the only way I believe we can do it, not just at Anfield but all the stadiums around the world".

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