Pochettino prefers not to compare Kane with Salah

Hope Soto
September 18, 2018

However, it seems Liverpool have been handed a major boost as Firmino has taken to social media to provide an update on his condition and he says it was just a scare and he and his eye are doing "ok".

Firmino played his best game of the season, rediscovering his superb ability to drop deep and receive the ball to feet, bringing into play runners either side of him and causing problems for the Tottenham defence with his movement and intelligence. "The front three are a real problem and a handful, so I think Liverpool will challenge Man City".

Neville, who was an integral part of Sir Alex Ferguson's unparalleled success story at Old Trafford, commented that the Reds need to loosen their focus on continental football if they are to win the league title this year.

"The players don't really know what's going on, but hopefully it will be done soon enough and we can play there", Eriksen told Press Association Sport.

"At the moment it's OK". So we carry on. But for now, early on in this campaign, Liverpool seems up for the challenge.

Now, so much further into development, Liverpool are looking even more like a team built exactly how Klopp likes it and in the manner of his work when he unseated the superpower of Bayern Munich to twice win the Bundesliga at Borussia Dortmund.

"We've had the same team for the last three seasons and we've been up there, so we should be up there again".

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PSG launch a testing run of six fixtures that includes games against probable title rivals City and Chelsea, but midfielder Wijnaldum insists the dismantling of Tottenham was "not a statement".

"That's why people say this is a "big game".

What did you make of the game?

"I don't want to complain about the World Cup", Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said. "I don't want to put pressure on the team, but anything is possible".

Pochettino, however, said that his side were defeated by the Reds because his players made a lot of mistakes during the game and they were punished for not converting those chances.

Liverpool wasted chances to find a third goal and endured a nervy finish after Lamela scored in stoppage time but they saw out the victory that keeps them ahead of the chasing pack.

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