Guardiola says he doesn't expect any revenge attack on the Liverpool bus, in retaliation to last week's attack on the City bus. We knew it would be tough when we arrived in Liverpool and unfortunately it happened. Pep Guardiola's side were at one stage holding a comfortable 2-0 lead, but they appeared to switch off in the second-half where United pounced with three goals in the space of 16 minutes.
"I am so happy". We need to thank them all.
"After the goals against United, we still create chances. We shouldn't change from the first game". "Concede few chances. Defend well with our goalkeeper making saves", Guardiola said. The way they play every single game shows what we want to do.
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If the Security Council fails to act then the Palestinian side could take the issue to the wider UN General Assembly, he added. Palestinian UN Ambassador Riyad Mansour told reporters at UN headquarters in NY that the USA rejection is very irresponsible.
"Sometimes we need to play better - myself as well - but you can't deny that some legs are a bit exhausted".
"After the goals against United, we still create chances".
"Our fans will be together with us, and we are going to fight to the end".
"In the first half we had our moments but in the second half it wasn't good enough so we need to learn from it and be ready for Tuesday".
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We'll struggle and provides the whole lot for the three factors which might assist us get out of the relegation struggle utterly'. Chelsea were booed off at full-time and, asked if they could still make the top four, Conte said: "I don't know".
"I know we judge on result but my team's performance is extraordinary".
The Liverpool manager left out Mohamed Salah as he recovers from a groin problem and named Roberto Firmino on the bench along with three academy players in Curtis Jones, Rafael Camacho and Conor Masterson, who were only issued with Premier League squad numbers on Friday.
Klopp will hope to have some good news on the injury front after fielding an understrength side at Goodison Park, which nearly backfired with Seamus Coleman and Dominic Calvert-Lewin both missing good chances to end Everton's 17-match run without a derby win.
Liverpool fans inspired us against Manchester City, insists Oxlade-Chamberlain
England global Oxlade-Chamberlian told The Guardian that the "amazing atmosphere" he played under against City is like no other he has experienced.