Pep Guardiola stays philosophical in hunt for ‘unstoppable’ Liverpool

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That win was their 12th in 13 Premier League games this season and the Reds are now the heavy favourites to win the title following their brilliant start.

Lampard's young team started Saturday's match at the Etihad one point and one place above their illustrious opponents.

Indeed, Liverpool FC have only dropped two points so far this season in what has been a sensational start to the new campaign for Klopp's men. "One, judge the result, but I try to judge performance, and I see every morning, every day my team and I don't have doubts we're going to try".

If you're Barcelona manager, then one of the last things you'll ever want to be asked about is Pep Guardiola.

Is the "real" Dele Alli back?

The left-back has been at Chelsea for two years but he only recently became the first choice ahead of former recipient Marcos Alonso. "This is the pressure, we will lose the Premier League", he said.

"He told me he was Dele".

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Guardiola was unable to give a specific time-frame but he says the Argentinean worldwide will be out for a number of games and the Independent claims the striker is certain to miss the visit of Manchester United next month.

Emerson Palmieri was in the starting XI as Chelsea thrashed Arsenal 4-1 in the Europa League final played in Baku, Azerbaijan last season.

"He was the old Dele Alli, the Dele Alli of a couple of years ago, that impressed not just England, but the world".

"With important selection of information I tried to make clear for him exactly the spaces where we wanted him to play, offensively and defensively".

Arsenal had the chance to move to fifth position on the Premier League standings if they had beaten Southampton, but the Gunners settled for a draw against the Saints. Most under pressure is Everton boss Marco Silva after a 2-0 home defeat to Norwich made it six losses in nine league matches for the Toffees who are just four points above the relegation zone.

It was reported that majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri held talks with fellow directors after the game to discuss the growing crisis. Manchester City's Raheem Sterling thought he had added a late third for his side in a 2-1 win over Chelsea, but his injury-time effort was ruled out for offside in a very tight VAR call, with the player taking to twitter to take out his frustration at the number of overruled goals he had been subject to this season.

The Spaniard took to the stage and as part of his speech he joked "I would like to win [the Champions League trophy] and I'm pretty sure [Jürgen] would like to win [the Premier League], maybe we can swap?"

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