Is there a conspiracy against Liverpool


Then the spoils were shared yesterday in a thrilling English Premier League encounter between Manchester City and Liverpool, the showdown between two of the Premier League teams showed that they deserved to play a draw given their position in the league.

Now with only a point separating the first three teams, Liverpool will be hoping to keep the momentum on Arsenal who were given the stage against a struggling Brentford who who are praying not to be relegated considering the standing in the League, they sit in 15 th position respectively.

The Gunners will be hoping to win their remaining matches when they face the Citizens on 31 March, Liverpool though could have won the league in Klopps last game against Manchester City should Jeremy Doku’s fowl on the mercurial Mac Allister, the Belgium International’s high boot on the Argentine will raise eyebrows if they don’t win the league.

Michael Oliver will be under intense scrutiny after failing to award a penalty in the dying stages of the game leaving the Reds German boss to voice his frustration insisting that the decision should have been “100 percent a penalty”.

Manchester City has discovered another way of getting the ball in the net without much effort, their newfound affair with set pieces is credited to their coach Carlos Vicens, “Yeah, Carlos worked hard on it in training as we do every week,” Stones told Sky Sports. “We spotted this and yesterday we worked on it and it came off, which was pleasing for me to get on the scoresheet, my first one of the season and to get off the mark in a big game as well.”