Liverpool have shown class and ambition after facing stern tests in the champions league and against Tottenham.
Last season we saw how ruthless Manchester City were.
After getting a single draw against Everton moving into January, broke Premier League record held by Arsenal and Chelsea (13 successive victories) when they notched 18 consecutive victories in the Premier League.
Liverpool may have a different agenda this season and if the EPL title is part of what they seek for, then they need to earn all three points, no matter the opposition.
Klopp has demanded more from his players as pundits analyzed them as the team to beat this season.
According to the German coach:
“We really want to be the ugliest team to play against. That is the plan, with good football players—which is very nice”
The Merseyside were the only team who defeated Pep Guardiola’s City both in the Premier and Champions league, settling many questions in the heart of the fans as they pondered why they couldn’t defeat a few underdogs who scooped one point from indiscreet performances.
The Reds, however, have started brightly this season, circumventing difficult situations which appears that their former mercurial show of lackadaisical display in the second half as at last season, turned out to be oppositely consolidated with so much power and resilience this season.
The YNWA side have won 6 out of 6 in the premier league but they will face even a more stern test against Chelsea whom they’ve always dropped points to in recent years.