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EPL: Reds Will Be Difficult To Beat –Bernardo Speaks Ahead Man City Vs Liverpool

EPL: Reds Will Be Difficult To Beat  –Bernardo Speaks Ahead Man City Vs Liverpool

Manchester City ace Bernardo Silva has revealed that it will be difficult for the team to overcome Liverpool in today’s Premier League clash.

Recall that Manchester City have turned Etihad Stadium into a fortress, winning all five of their league matches there this season.

However, the Portuguese international in a chat with the club’s official website stated that the Citizens will bank on their home supporters to pick the maximum points.

“It is always better to play at home with your fans. We were expecting them to come back, definitely,” said the Portuguese.

 

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“It is a team that know exactly the way the manager wants to play, and they have a manager that has been there for a long time, so everyone thinks in the same direction and when that happens, most of the things go well.

“It is going to be a very tough opponent to beat this season, but we are playing well at the moment. In my opinion, against Chelsea we didn’t play as well as we wanted to. But apart from that game I think the team is doing very well.

“I like the way the team is playing at the moment a lot and hopefully we can keep going.

“We know that no one has ever won four Premier League titles in a row, and we are fighting for the fourth, knowing that the teams we are playing against this season have improved a lot from last season. Liverpool is back, Tottenham has started the season really well and Arsenal again. It is going to be a very tough job, but we definitely want to create history and win four in a row.

“We are a team that has won five Premier Leagues in six years, and we want to keep winning, with the goal of creating a legacy of people in 10 to 20 years looking back and looking at us and thinking that this was one of the best teams in the history of English football and maybe the best.


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