Liverpool must be more consistent to win the Premier League

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho aims a big dig at Liverpool

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says more records 'impossible'

Ladbrokes have revealed the table in full, with Arsenal coming in second and Jose Mourinho's Manchester United side making up the top three.

Man. City vs Liverpool: Salah and Sadio Mane made an instant impact as Liverpool came from behind to beat Premier League champions Manchester City 2-1 in their International Champions Cup friendly match on Wednesday.

Oleksandr Zinchenko believes City were a shade unlucky to end up losing to Liverpool.

"We've got to keep these players if we want to actually compete and be close to getting into the Champions League". "To win two consecutive leagues is very complicated but we'll try to do that", concluded Silva.

But when Guardiola was asked about Pjanic at a press conference in NY on Tuesday, he said: "Pjanic is a player of Juventus and we are not interested in him". "We didn't take all the chances we had but, in my opinion, we should have had at last one penalty".

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"But we are not going to break any records in the Premier League any more, it is impossible, nearly impossible".

"Khaldoon [Al Muburak, chairman], Txiki [Begiristain, director of football] and Ferran [Soriano, chief executive] know it depends on results. Of course he has all the talent to do that so we are happy for him to score but he is still far away from his best condition".

"As football trainers we are always in a risky position". Can Liverpool actually defy the odds and win their first league title in 28 years? The Reds have spent big ahead of the 2018/19 season, with Xherdan Shaqiri, Naby Keita, Fabinho and Alisson joining the club, but Guardiola remains unfazed by his rivals' transfers.

Guardiola said: "They are contenders to win the title and they will be in the future with their history". Milner fully expects the forward to demonstrate he is one of the finest players in the world next season but says the onus is on the Liverpool team to improve in tandem.

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