Man City Wins Over Liverpool’s Crown As They Become Premier League Champions-Elect

Liverpool vs. Manchester City
Liverpool vs. Manchester City

According to the latest news, it seems that Man City is going to bag the Premier League champions title, snatching it away from last year’s winners, Liverpool.

The trophy sits at the Anfield Museum till this moment but it is not far when Liverpool will have to take off their red ribbons from the trophy and hand it over to Man City winners. This becomes obvious after Manchester City won by 4-1 this Sunday, February 7. After this win, there is no hope for the defending team, Liverpool, to retain their Premier League Champions title.

Football critics suggest that it would be an overstatement to say that Man City’s victory suggests a shift in guard. According to them, Pep Guardiola’s team, Manchester City, had been back-to-back winners before Liverpool’s victory last year. Harsher critics also suggest that returning the Champions crown to Man City shouldn’t be difficult for Liverpool as they won for the first time in 30 years in 2020.

Man City Tore Apart Liverpool To Make A 4-1 Victory

Manchester City is looking at this victory as a natural course of events. Critics mention that for Pep Guardiola, this victory is representative of things getting back to the normal. 2021’s victory will be the first Manchester victory in Anfield in the last 18 years.

With this victory, Man City is making the emphatic statement they are the ultimate winners and the best team in the nation. Guardiola talks about Man City’s win against Liverpool in a matter-of-fact tone. He says that both he and the team are very happy with this win. He considers this to be an important victory for the team. However, the future is unpredictable. So, what he can predict for their team is “work and work”, mentions Guardiola. Fans are excited about the fact that Man City tore their opponent apart.

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