Manchester City could already be out of the Premier League title race

Tanya Simon
December 3, 2019

The Foxes have now won seven matches in a row in all competitions, six of which have come in the Premier League, a new Club record, and the 26-year-old was thrilled to see them rewarded for their effort.

City have the opportunity to reclaim second spot behind table-toppers Liverpool if they can beat Burnley at Turf Moor tomorrow ahead of Leicester's home game against Watford on Wednesday.

Writing in his column for the Daily Mail, Redknapp said: "This Manchester City side, along with the Invincibles of Arsenal, are the best I've seen in the Premier League". Last season when Brendan Rodgers took over they changed he way they play. This game became the fourth they have lost after falling behind.

Alisson became the first Liverpool goalkeeper to be sent off in a Premier League match since Doni against Blackburn Rovers in April 2012, and Lewis Dunk scored with 11 minutes left to tee up a frantic finish.

Liverpool FC claimed a 2-1 win over Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon as they managed to seal the three points despite being reduced to 10 men.

Dele Alli's loss of form was among the problems Mauricio Pochettino failed to overcome before being sacked by Tottenham, but the England playmaker is bouncing back under Mourinho.

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But Warnock believes there is still a perception among top players that they are more likely to win prizes like the Ballon d'Or if they are at clubs like Madrid or Barcelona. He has two goals in the Carabao Cup.

" Two shots on target (against Newcastle) and we conceded".

The Merseyside outfit are the current heavy favourites to win the Premier League title this season and go one step further than they did last term, when they ended up a point behind Manchester City.

"It's all about the delivery and putting it in areas and timing the runs".

Sunday's injury-time goal, confirmed by VAR after he was initially flagged offside, came in his first top-flight appearance this term but Iheanacho remains content.

Kelechi Iheanacho believes Jamie Vardy is one of the best strikers in the world and insisted he is happy to play a supporting role at Leicester.

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