- Jurgen Klopp thinks City will walk to the title if they maintain current form
- Guardiola’s men are currently on 12 wins and one draw from 13 Premier League matches
- They are 14 points better off than Klopp’s Liverpool in 6th place
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The Premier League title race is ‘already decided’ unless something drastic happens, reckons Jurgen Klopp.
Liverpool’s manager thinks Manchester City are in such a good position, in terms of how well they’re playing and the fact they’re eight points clear after 13 games, that right now it’s looking like ‘nobody else has a chance’.
“I saw the game against Huddersfield, It was deserved that City won. They win and if they win nobody else has a chance,” he told his pre-match press-conference ahead of the Stoke clash tomorrow night.
“As long as City keep winning then no-one else has a chance. I don’t care about this at the moment. If anyone struggles we need to be there.
“If they keep on going like this then nobody has a chance, it’s already decided.”
At the moment, City do look like arguably the best team in Europe alongside PSG.
Pep Guardiola spent a mammoth amount of money in the summer on players who directly suit his style of play and it’s working wonders.
Kevin de Bruyne is the best creator in the league, while the speed of Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane on the flanks, with overlapping fullbacks to boot, means Sergio Aguero or Gabriel Jesus (whoever is playing up top) get chances aplenty.
Of course, there’ll be a stage when City pick up injuries and we hope that gives the chasing pack a chance to claw back some points.
They’re 14 points ahead of Liverpool though, so we’ll practically have to win every game left to secure the title, unfortunately.