Manchester City, managed by Belgium midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, take on Liverpool in a Premier League match on Sunday April 10, 2022 (10/04/22) at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England.
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Here’s what you need to know:
What: English Premier League
who: Manchester City v Liverpool
When: Sunday April 10, 2022
Weather: 11:30 a.m. ET
Or: Etihad Stadium
TV: USA network
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Liverpool have completed their 119-day mission to move Manchester City from the top of the English Premier League.
It only lasted a matter of hours.
The status quo was finally maintained in what promises to be another thrilling title fight between the two North West English giants after beating relegation-threatened opponents on Saturday.
Liverpool were first, beating second-to-bottom Watford 2-0 through goals from Diogo Jota and Fabinho to claim 10 straight league wins.
It meant City had dropped top spot for the first time since December 4 – but not for long.
Pep Guardiola’s side started just 30 minutes later at penultimate Burnley, took the lead after five minutes through Kevin De Bruyne and claimed a 2-0 victory. Ilkay Gundogan scored the other goal.
Liverpool and City have Champions League quarter-final matches on Tuesday ahead of what could still be a decisive encounter at City’s Etihad Stadium five days later. A point will separate them ahead of what could prove to be a title decider, with each team still having seven games to play after that.
And that suits Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp just fine, with his side trailing 14 points in mid-January – albeit with games on the way.
“I really appreciate the situation we find ourselves in,” said Klopp, who has already led Liverpool to the League Cup title and to the later stages of the FA Cup and Champions League. “I said to the boys yesterday, if someone had told us this summer at the end of March, beginning of April (we would be) in the situation we find ourselves in – in all competitions, won a trophy and a full team available – all of us would have taken it, absolutely.
“The only better situation would have been – because in the cup competitions we couldn’t be further – if we were 20 points ahead of City, but that’s not possible actually.”
As for City manager Guardiola, he urged his players to accept the pressure.
“Every game, if we lose, we’re not going to win (the title), simple as that,” Guardiola said.
“I hope Liverpool will lose against us – other than that I don’t think they will lose points. We have to feel the pressure, we have to deal with it. What we have done in the past, when we have won 14 games in a row, now we have to win eight or we won’t be champions.
(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)