Pep Guardiola is the world’s best manager, says Jurgen Klopp

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Riyad Mahrez smashed a late penalty over the bar as Manchester City and Liverpool played out a tiresome 0-0 draw at Anfield.

'We were very strong and we showed that we can do both - we can have the ball but be strong as well, ' said Mahrez, who played a key role in occupying attacking left-back Andy Robertson.

Neville said, "It was an unusual situation where the main penalty taker was off so you were leaving decisions to players on the pitch".

And after that miss, the whole world is busy mocking the Algerian while his teammates and the manager try and defend him.

Chelsea bulldozed their way past Southampton on Sunday afternoon, as Maurizio Sarri's side continued their impressive Premier League unbeaten run with a 3-0 win over the Saints. However, it was important that we didn't lose.

"I'm the captain there and we have a very important game against Germany so we have to try to be ready for that one and then try to get a bit of rest after that one".


"I am so comfortable with the performance".

After starting the season with seven straight victories, Liverpool have now failed to win any of their past four matches.

"It was an unbelievably intense period of fixtures, crazy".

When asked about his condition, Klopp said: "Too early".

"Obviously I'm not that happy", he told reporters. "But with this fixture list, I would definitely buy it".

"I look at Liverpool's midfield and I bet they are three great lads, who work their socks off but they just haven't got that little bit of quality in games like this to look one way and deliver a pass the other way".


"We had a clear chance in the last action, so we controlled quite well".

Salah had the first opening after just three minutes when he pulled his shot wide after jinking inside John Stones.

A message came from the City bench for Mahrez to take the spot-kick instead of Jesus.

Jurgen Klopp slammed the UEFA Nations League as "the most senseless competition in football" following his side's 0-0 draw with Manchester City on Sunday.

Virgil van Dijk has said Manchester City's caution at Anfield was a sign of respect for Liverpool and promised to learn from the foul that nearly cost Jürgen Klopp's team their unbeaten start to the Premier League season.

Riyad Maherz missed a penalty against Liverpool.


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