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Jurgen Klopp gets frustrated as Manchester City trounce Liverpool and labeling Trent Alexander-Arnold’s inquiry as ‘disrespectful’

Manchester City dominate Liverpool in stunning 4-1 victory

In a game that left Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold torn to shreds, Manchester City swatted aside their opponents with ease in an 8-point chase for Arsenal. City initially fell behind when Mohamed Salah scored the opener against the run of play, but City’s response was swift – Julian Alvarez equalized soon after, and Kevin de Bruyne took the lead just seconds after half time. Alexander-Arnold came under fire for not rushing out to meet the swashbuckling winger sooner, and his poor defending allowed City to score their third and final goal of the game. Liverpool’s players barely made a challenge, allowing City to cruise past with ease.

City’s confidence with the ball was so great that Liverpool’s Charlie Adam called it “arrogant”, a sentiment shared by talkSPORT’s Stuart Pearce. But the confidence is backed up by results, and City’s remarkable display will give them a strong chance of taking Arsenal to the wire in the Premier League title race. The two sides are set to meet later this month, and this game could prove crucial in the title race. Klopp’s team will need to learn from their mistakes to avoid future losses.

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