A little bit too early isn’t early enough to decide who has more ambition this season.
Jurgen Klopp’s managerial experience in the domestic campaign has proven to be indisputable this season. Everyone loves the way Liverpool plays, while they are not after possession, their relentless work on the pitch speak volume of their success.
Klopp already earmarked what he wanted from his players, which isn’t farfetched from being ruthless, dynamic and indefatigable week in week out.
No one is expecting anything different from the German’s approach after adopting a similar method to defeat Paris Saint-Germain last week. It’s now glaring that he has a notch many elite clubs in Europe lack, which is the habit of fighting to the end.
Chelsea may be regarded as the underdogs by pundits but Maurizio Sarri may have a thing or two ways to avoid facing his first defeat. Likewise, the Blues have shown how difficult they organize themselves when playing against strong oppositions.
According to historical perspective, in 12 previous meetings, the Blues have the Lion’s share of 4 victories while the Reds scooped 2 with 6 draws.
While Sarri’s style is analogous to Pep’s Manchester City, Liverpool scarcely allow oppositions dominate, until they are miles away from getting a stalemate.
Both coaches have the knowledge of meeting twice this week so their level of professionalism will be tested.
Liverpool will get another victory (Home Win)