What did the English newspapers say about the Liverpool and Manchester City summit?

Followers of the English Premier League are awaiting the upcoming summit between Liverpool and Manchester City, within the framework of the 28th round.

The match between Liverpool and Manchester City will start at 5:45 pm today, Sunday, at Anfield Stadium, the stronghold of Mohamed Salah’s companions.

Liverpool enters the top today in the English Premier League standings with 63 points, behind Arsenal, which took the lead, while Manchester City is third with 62 points.

Yalla Koura takes you on a tour of the English newspapers, and how you see today’s match between Liverpool and Manchester City, in the struggle to be at the top of the Premier League and cling to the hopes of crowning.


Not a title match

Liverpool face Manchester City, once again, in one of the competitive fixtures that have dominated the Premier League in recent seasons, with the Reds the only team to contend with Guardiola’s winning machine.

It will not be a match to decide the title, as Arsenal, of course, has something to postpone knowing the identity of the English Premier League champion. However, the loser of Liverpool and Manchester City will face a long journey in order to reach the top again.

Daily Mail

Two teams heading to hell

The Liverpool and Manchester City match has become the pinnacle of the English Premier League and the pinnacle of English football during the final season.

Two teams are heading towards hell with attractive offensive weapons to claim the highest prizes, intensifying the rivalry, which has become toxic off the field, resulting in clashes between fans and buses being attacked with rocks and bottles.

Therefore, today’s match will be heavily secured by Merseyside police reinforcements, which will begin to deploy around the stadium, approximately 5 hours before the start of the Liverpool-City summit.


It could be the end of an era for City

This is how the Times titled its vision of the match between Liverpool and Manchester City, which may be the last between Klopp and Guardiola, as it is a match that must be enjoyed.

The newspaper linked the end of the Ferguson era with Manchester United, 2013, and City winning its first title, coinciding with the years-long control of the Citizens battalion under the leadership of Spanish coach Pep Guardiola.

The Athletic

Klopp’s feelings collide with City’s desire

Although there are still more than two months until the end of the English Premier League, today’s summit between Liverpool and Manchester City appears to be decisive in determining the champion.

Liverpool, led by Klopp, with feelings of imminent departure, faces Manchester City, looking to win the Premier League title for the fourth consecutive season.


Midfield battle

The Guardian newspaper saw that today’s summit between Liverpool and Manchester City will revolve around the struggle in the midfield, in order to impose dominance.

Manchester City, which has always suffered from playing at the back of defenders, is struggling to close this gap. Its coach, Guardiola, is also counting on his midfield, led by John Stones, who has completed the missing link, while Liverpool will be counting on the return of Mac Allister and Soboszlai.

Guardiola’s team will also face difficulty against Liverpool, which is good at recovering the ball and attacking during transitions quickly, relying on the runs of Darwin Nunez, who exploits spaces.

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