Guardiola: Aguero can end Man City's Anfield woes

Florence Fletcher
January 13, 2018

The Netherlands worldwide defender impressed and scored the victor on debut in the victory over local rivals Everton, but this weekend's meeting with the title favourites could prove too challenging for a player who is still getting to know his new team-mates.

In the end it took a Sergio Aguero last minute headed goal to win the game.

Mohamed Salah returned to training this week after sitting out the club's past two fixtures with a groin niggle. City narrowly escaped Crystal Palace with a 0-0 draw, whilst late goals saved them against West Ham and Southampton.

Unbeaten in the league this season, City are 15 points clear of second-placed Manchester United and remain in contention to win an unpreceded treble of Premier League, Champions League, EFL Cup and FA Cup.

Salah - who won the 2017 African Player of the year earlier this month - is shouldering the hopes of Liverpool fans who fear for their team after the departure of Brazilian inspirational playmaker Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona. Guardiola will not change his approach to the game - City will play the same way and go on the attack.

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Can Spurs keep their biggest stars? He trails Harry Kane in the goal scoring charts by just one goal, with 17 in total. I haven't decided if he is ready. "I'm 100 per cent confident", he said.

"This season at Stamford Bridge we were able to do that but still we have to go to Anfield, to Emirates and against Tottenham".

The Reds head into the game looking to become the first team to beat the Citizens this season after their incredible start to the new campaign in the top flight. Drinkwater praised Kante after he joined the London club. I think we hit it off from the first game and after that we did not really lose.

"The people there talk more than usual about what is on the pitch".

The 24-year-old is now level with former Liverpool and England midfielder Gerrard with six player of the month awards, the most for any player in the competition's history.

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