‘I See’ – Pep Guardiola Makes Huge Liverpool Points Prediction Claim

Pep Guardiola assessed the Premier League title race, stating, “I see Liverpool dropping points.”

Manchester City drew level on points with Liverpool following their commanding 4-1 triumph over Aston Villa on Wednesday evening.

The match saw Phil Foden showcase his prowess with a remarkable hat-trick, while Rodri also found the back of the net.

Concurrently, Arsenal secured a comfortable 2-0 victory over Luton Town, resulting in Liverpool slipping to second place in the standings ahead of their upcoming encounter against Sheffield United at Anfield later tonight.

With the current standings, the race for the Premier League title appears poised to extend to the final day of the season. City, harbouring ambitions of securing an unprecedented fourth consecutive title, are reliant on both Liverpool and Arsenal faltering in their remaining fixtures if they aspire to clinch the title.

After the triumph over Aston Villa, the manager at the Etihad Stadium is optimistic about this prospect.

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Guardiola said: “If we win all our games, it will be down to the last day because they are not five, six, seven points in front. It will not be easy. I see Liverpool and Arsenal dropping points, but you never know.

“We have to show up and do our job and don’t regret that we should have won that game because they lost the game after.

“We cannot do anything. We cannot control what they do. We have to win our games, that’s all we can do.”

City swiftly recovered from their goalless draw against Arsenal last weekend by dominating Champions League-chasing Villa. Reflecting on the performance, Guardiola remarked:

“We were better. It’s true we conceded a few transitions and we lost a few balls and when that happens it’s a lesson we have to learn for the next game but we had incredible energy, four, five players up front and it was really good. We created a lot of chances.”

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