Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has revealed why he is afraid of the Reds ahead of their Premier League clash at Anfield on Sunday evening.
According to Guardiola, he feels his team could be attacked at Anfield the same way it was in 2018 and destruct players minds during this tough fixture. The Spaniard says this is the matter that needs to be addressed as Liverpool fans are fond of doing it. Guardiola has urged police to be aggressive and deal with planned evil during his trip to Anfield.
Manchester City wants to win this clash to be in a better position of fighting for the Premier League title together with Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool. Pep Guardiola lacks consistent this season which is also a big worry for him as a manager.
On Liverpool side, Klopp has something to smile on as his top class stars are performing so well and they will give Manchester City a tough day as the two clubs meet. Fans are waiting to see what could happen in this fixture.
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