Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, and City boss Pep Guardiola finally settled on a boss that has greatly improved his club this season, and stopping him in the title chase will be much tougher.
Today the Premier League games will kick off after a long period of a break following the International games, that is, the World Cup tournament and each player will dust off their boots for the rigid upcoming competition for the crown of this season.
The Gunners are still on top of the table with a huge difference of five points between them and the defending champions of the last campaign trophy, Manchester City.
Back in August, the side of Ten Hag humiliated Merseyside which is one of the clubs that is difficult to be beaten by big teams in England football despite how they were struggling with their performance.
This made Klopp admit that "No, it is a game where everything was clear, everything was on the table. It was not 100 percent clear what United would do, but that’s how they started the game. Were they more aggressive than us in the beginning? Probably, yes.''
In October, Pep Guardiola also made his assessment of Ten Hag's work and said that "I have the feeling United are coming back, finally United is coming back. I’ve seen it against Chelsea, in the first half. I said I like what I see of United right now."
This has been clearly illustrated in the last games of the United and now they are sitting behind the top four with only three points.
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