Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy heaps praise on manager Pep Guardiola

Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy heaps praise on manager Pep Guardiola

Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy heaps praise on manager Pep Guardiola

"You could see Napoli used the atmosphere and we couldn't calm it down with our performance", said Klopp after defeat in Italy on Wednesday.

"They are so strong".

Ahead of the game, Klopp said he was relaxed about Mohamed Salah, explaining: "Obviously, expectations changed, that's normal". This team together with the club, the money they have and this manager is exceptional.

"It makes them the biggest force at the moment - together with PSG - in world football".

Most fans and pundits expected the Premier League to be a two way battle between reigning Champions Manchester City and Liverpool this season.

We've recommended a long period of recovery so that he won't play in Liverpool-Napoli.

The two early Premier League pacesetters will go head-to-head when Liverpool host Manchester City at Anfield on Sunday in a potentially decisive clash.

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"It is not that when I faced teams of Pep Guardiola I had a team of names that nobody knew and I had only met them the day before. I didn't watch that documentary, I heard about it and, now I saw it, is there anything where you think, 'Wow?'" said Klopp.

City's wins over Newcastle, Fulham, Cardiff and Brighton put Guardiola in contention for his sixth monthly award, but he faces competition from Jurgen Klopp (Liverpool), Nuno Espirito Santo (Wolves) and Unai Emery (Arsenal). And he wants us to call him Pep.

"Injuries too - these are the things where you need a little bit of luck to go your way".

"We beat City three times last season and not once after any of those games did we go into the dressing room and think "now we know how to beat them". Different game, different opponent, different challenge - unfortunately even bigger challenge. "So we won the Premier League".

Liverpool winger Salah has made a more modest start to 2018-19, certainly in comparison to last season's 44-goal campaign, with just three goals to date. "It's so rare when it happens like that; 98 per cent of a striker's career is the hardest work and only two per cent is the kind of easy going stuff".

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