Kevin De Bruyne knows what Man City are missing in Premier League battle with Liverpool

That’s according to City’s star man Kevin de Bruyne.

The Reds do have a mathematical advantage, as they’re currently five points clear at the top of the table.

But their experience is lacking, however, and De Bruyne believes that could end up helping his side’s title rivals.

“I don’t think knowing how to win the Premier League is an advantage, last season most of us didn’t know how to win a league but sometimes that makes you hungrier if you haven’t won it,” he told Sky Sports.

Man Utd fans are all absolutely fuming with what Liverpool legend Graeme Souness has said

“How can Sky sit there and allow Graeme Souness to continue his tirade against Paul Pogba?”

Although Souness did find fault in Pogba’s play before the goal, he went on to praise a player whom he has criticised regularly this season.

“Paul Pogba’s first touch isn’t great but his second touch is just a delight,” the 65-year-old told Sky Sports.

“This is not an easy technique, his first touch it sits up but that second one to get the direction and get the pace on it and see it finished with some style.”

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United forward Rashford insists he is still looking to improve after finding a new lease of life under Solskjaer.

“We keep trying to improve,” Rashford explained.

“The last result [2-2 draw against Burnley] wasn’t what we wanted and we need to improve.

“It was a different game with difficult challenges so to get the win was very good.

“Time and time again Paul Pogba provides opportunities for the team. If we can get him free he’ll find you.

“I don’t think anyone grows up wanting to be just a striker nowadays.

“The game’s changed and you want to be able to play everywhere – left, right, number 10. My career so far has helped me in that.”

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Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez insists the new signings on Tyneside will help the club survive relegation.

“As I said before, to bring new faces, and the characteristics of these players, will be something that I think will be positive for the future,” Benitez said.

“We needed that, and hopefully we see what happens next. Almiron can help, like Antonio Barreca.

“When you have competition, it is always positive for the team.”

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CB: Eric Bailly – 8

Dealt comfortably with Vardy all afternoon, including winning a wrestling match on the touchline, and took a shot to the face from Demarai Gray.

An excellent return to form that may give United pause before investing in a centre-back this summer.

CB: Victor Lindelof – 8

In a rich vein of form and looked solid alongside Bailly.

Arguably United’s best defender in recent weeks and continued to show his worth with a superb display in the air and on the deck.

LB: Luke Shaw – 8

Brilliant all afternoon, offering United a ready outlet and driving forward at every opportunity.

Snappy in the tackle and stood out with his ball retention.

Pep Guardiola knows how to worry Liverpool as Man City boss claims: ‘It’s not the points’

Speaking ahead of the visit of Arsenal, who have not beaten City in their last six league attempts, the Catalan coach said: “You send the message in the way you play so the opponents, the managers, they are sitting watching our games and they see: ‘Wow how good they are, how good they play.’

“That is the best way to put pressure on the opponents. It’s not the points, it’s the way you play.

“All the time it is the same and that is what we have to try to do again [against Arsenal on Sunday].”

City had no such competition for the title last season, which they won with an unprecedented 100 points; at this stage of the 2017/18 campaign they were 12 points clear of closest challengers Manchester United.

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has warned second-placed Manchester City that his troops will hold their nerve and win the club’s first league title in nearly 30 years.

“Our tool to sort the situation is football. Our tool is football. That is the only thing we can do,” said Klopp ahead of Monday’s game with West Ham. Yes, there is pressure. There was pressure last year, a lot of pressure when we played Man City away in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, and we dealt with it.

“There was pressure at Rome, there was pressure in so many moments in the Premier League. We had to win each game because Chelsea were constantly chasing us. That is the only way we can do it.”

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“It was very strange on the evening [against Newcastle], he was sat there almost with a resigned look on his face, almost passive, Guardiola.

“He put the A team out, all the big shots were in there.

“Maybe it was fatigue, whether or not there was enough desire, they were too slow in the way that they played.

“They scored, perhaps, you could say too early in the match, then got a little bit comfortable.

Paul Pogba could miss Leicester vs Man Utd in injury blow

The Frenchman sustained a small knock during United’s 2-2 draw at home to Burnley on Tuesday.

The draw halted Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s midas touch of eight wins on the bounce, but still left the Old Trafford faithful buoyant with a late rally in which Victor Lindelof bagged a last-minute equaliser.

Five minutes beforehand, Pogba gave the Red Devils a chance with a well-placed penalty, but was not operating at full-fitness.

The World Cup winner has scored six goals and clocked five assists under Solskjaer, who has allowed the Rolls Royce drive forward with freedom.

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“What I really liked was it was almost the other way around; it was the crowd lifting the players, and the players responded fantastically.”

United’s run of eight wins before the Burnley game had fans and pundits alike purring, with many citing Solskjaer’s connection with the club as the reason for their success.

The performances of Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford have improved drastically, as has their defence.

Martial recently signed a new contract with the club as well, keeping him with the club until 2024.