Raheem Sterling shares his honest feelings on Liverpool winning title

Tanya Simon
July 4, 2020

So then we lose the games and everybody is going at us "you have lost focus, you aren't doing this, you aren't doing that".

United are now fifth in the Premier League but are quite a distance from Liverpool at the top of the table.

"When a player is labelled versatile, it can do them a disservice - people don't really appreciate what they bring to a team, seeing them as someone who can do a few trades, but master none", ex-Liverpool forward Crouch told the Daily Mail. It hurts like defeats hurt.

"If there is a team in the world that can smash us like this, it is probably City but we will come again".

They can have my medal.

We had a test against the current champions to make a point and we did brilliant.

Raheem Sterling wants to finish the season on a high and is targeting FA Cup and Champions League glory with Manchester City.

"The positioning was not right after another throw-in when Foden scored, and the other two goals when we lost the ball in a situation when we don't usually lose the ball, with counter-attacks".

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"It's going to be a odd transfer window and I don't expect a lot of big transfers maybe.

Consistency has to be improved and we still have to improve on many aspects of the game", said Solskjaer.

City began the evening by giving a guard of honour to their opponents, but showed little respect once the action got under way.

"Liverpool obviously want to retain it and Man City want to challenge better than what they have done this year".

Joe Gomez pulled Sterling to the ground inside the area and de Bruyne converted the penalty.

City finished second behind Chelsea in this season's WSL after the campaign was ended early amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Riyad Mahrez had a goal in stoppage time ruled out by a VAR (video assistant referee) review for handball as City just failed to match the 5-0 scoreline they inflicted on Liverpool at the Etihad in 2017. "I was training with incredible players and Phil will be one of them".

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