Jurgen Klopp 'could write a song about Manchester City players' after Pep Guardiola's praise of Liverpool trident

Liverpool's chief orchestrator made the comments following Guardiola's praise of the front-three at Anfield, comprising Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah.

Prior to the blockbuster clash at Anfield, City boss Guardiola had said he was "scared" of Liverpool's lethal trident.

Klopp responded by saying: "Yeah, I can imagine that is how it is. Some days when we play our best these three are scary.
"I could write a song about the qualities of the Manchester City players.
"It is the Premier League, it is the highest level."

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Pep Guardiola had expressed a fear about facing Liverpool's forward line
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Sadio Mane was particularly pleased to hear Guardiola's comments
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Liverpool were level on points with City at the top of the Premier League table but Guardiola knew his players could take no risks.

The Spaniard said: "When you make a mistake, they use it.

"This side when you have some situations like that they are so clinical."

And the former Barcelona coach's comments appeared to have pleased one third of the attacking trio.

Told that Guardiola said he was scared, Mane smiled and nodded after confirming the comments were true: "That is what he said? I think it is a pleasure for us."

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