Liverpool, Man City stroll; United held on…


Wary of City's interest and the potential of a January approach, Chinese-owned Wolves will demand around £110 million, a fee in excess of what Manchester United paid for Paul Pogba several years ago, and one no club is likely to be willing to pay.

So, yes, I think there is a mental situation and attitude.

Everton had created most of the early chances as they looked for their first victory at Arsenal since January 1996, but they were unable to find their way past goalkeeper Petr Cech.

Liverpool host Chelsea in the League Cup in midweek before a trip to Stamford Bridge in the league next weekend.

"I can't explain a difference of attitude because I never have a difference of attitude".

"Liverpool is the kind of game where you want to shine, so we will I hope".

This surely will put Man United off of making a move for the player, as paying £110M for a player who's only been playing in the Premier League for a matter of weeks surely isn't a good deal.

It left Klopp smiling on his landmark day.

Till date, the 6 consecutive wins secured by the Magpies remain the second-best start to a Premier League season by any club in PL history.

"Winning seven in a row is cool but challenges will get tougher and tougher".

Manchester City and Liverpool thrashed their respective opponents while Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw at the Old Trafford in different matches of the Premier League, Saturday.

After a barren first half, the gunners broke the deadlock after just eleven minutes into the second half through Alexander Lacazette's strike.

Erik Lamela has scored four goals in his last four league appearances for Spurs, as many as he had in his previous 58 combined.

The Reds have made a ideal start to the Premier League campaign following six straight victories to begin the 2018-19 campaign in style.

At the other end of the table, Burnley hauled themselves off the bottom with their first win of the season, 4-0 over Bournemouth to interrupt the Cherries' fine campaign, with goals from Matej Vydra, Aaron Lennon and a double from Ashley Barnes.