Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp took aim at UEFA's new Nations League competition, labelling it "senseless", after his side headed into the worldwide break with a home draw against Premier League leaders Manchester City on Sunday. We got one, which is fine.
According to Eriksson, who managed England between 2001 and 2006, and also spent a season in charge at the Etihad Stadium, Liverpool are on course to win their first Premier League crown, telling Sky Sports : "It's going to be very interesting as usual". If Liverpool can keep a clean sheet against Huddersfield then they will break that record for the best defensive start to a season in the club's history.
Koeman said: "I told Virgil within 30 seconds of the end of the game against France what I thought".
"If we look at the rest, Jordan Henderson, James Milner, Fabinho and even Gini Wijnaldum to some extent, while they're very good midfielders, they've not got an abundance of goals in them". They will play Huddersfield town after the global break and then will host the Serbian team, Red Star Belgrade at Anfield for their next Champions League game.
The stalemate at Anfield means City, Liverpool and Chelsea - all unbeaten after eight games - are locked together on 20 points, with the defending champions top by virtue of their superior goal difference.
"In that situation, we help strikers when that happens".
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Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang both scored twice, with Aaron Ramsey grabbing the other.
Far from the enthralling encounters between the sides last season, neither team hit top gear as City halted a run of three straight defeats by Liverpool but passed up the biggest chance to win the game when Riyad Mahrez blasted a late penalty over the bar.
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"[After] 85 minutes, you obviously get a bit tired, and that moment goes by in a split second and I made a decision to dive in, which is not what I would normally do".
And with that, he's missed four of his last six penalty kicks.