At the beginning of the season, questions were ask if liverpool will be able challenge for the premier league title and defend the champions league given their un-involvement in the last summer transfer window. Liverpool were the only premier league club not to sign in players from the summer transfer window despite being link to some World class players. Instead Jurgen klopp decided to keep faith with his champions league winning team. klopp said, when ask why he refused to sign new players ! He said that signing new players will not guarantee a win in all the premier league matches or won’t mean that you won’t draw against Burnley or any other team in the premier league, he added by saying that he has a fantastic team and he needs to work with the team he has got. A lot of fans were disappointed on this comment, and some even claim that liverpool will not be able to challenge for the title as they failed to add back up to their team. But fast forward to today, with no new signings coming in , liverpool are the only unbeaten team in the league and on the course of ending their wait for their first ever premier league title in 30 years.
The Reds open a nine point gap between defending champions Manchester City after their latest 3-1 win on Sunday at Anfield, the Reds were at their best once again with Fabihno opening the score six minutes into the game with a fabulous kick outside the box to give liverpool the lead. Seven minutes later , Trent Anorld rocket pass found Andy Robertson who send a sumptuous cross into the city box ,Mo Salah was at the receiving end to head the ball pass helpless Bravo into the net,giving liverpool a 2-0 lead in the first half. Liverpool added another in the second half to put the game to sleep when Sadio mane headed in from a cross by Herderson. Bernado Silva had scored a consolation goal late in the second half but it was not enough as liverpool had already won the game. The win against City saw liverpool move nine point clear above fourth place Manchester city, eight point clear above second place Leicester.
Liverpool have now won 11 games and draw one out of 12 games this season and comfortabley sitting top of the table. They are yet to taste defeat in the premier league this season.