Kevin Kilbane Claims Virgil Van Dijk Is Better Than Rio Ferdinand

Kevin Kilbane Claims Virgil Van Dijk Is Better Than Rio Ferdinand

Kevin Kilbane Claims Virgil Van Dijk Is Better Than Rio Ferdinand

Liverpool have conceded just 18 goals in the league this season, and have the best defence in the Premier League.

Nevertheless, the return of Gomez will see him challenge Matip for a starting berth, and Klopp must swap his defenders around as the relationship between van Dijk and Gomez ignited a sensational defensive record for the Reds, ably supported by star goalkeeper Alisson Becker.

"We're closer this year than we were last year, so that's the most important thing". At least for Liverpool.

If Spurs lose this game vs the Reds then there is every possibility that Arsenal move above them on the table and the Lilywhites end the weekend at fourth on the league table. "I enjoyed linking up with Sadio [Mane] and Mo [Salah] but of course they are top players which makes it easier for me and I think it was just about having fun". Despite losing against Germany, they came back from 2-0 down to nearly rescue the game and a young team featuring Ajax pair Matthijs De Ligt, Frankie De Jong and Memphis Depay will trouble England at the Nation's League tournament this summer. Liverpool is the big thing now but it is exciting to look forward to for the summer'.

"People have maybe seen me more up front in the last couple of years but I totally love it on the wing as well".

City's draining schedule includes the FA Cup semi-final against Brighton at Wembley, a Champions League quarter-final first leg at Tottenham's new stadium the following Tuesday before they face Palace at Selhurst Park and the return European leg against Spurs. All the players are important, be they the local players from the United Kingdom or the players from overseas.

"Believe me, I'm still feeling the pressure", Gerrard told reporters after starring in a Liverpool v AC Milan Legends game.

The Reds are now top of the table but have played a game more than Man City, their nearest rivals, who are only two points behind.

Jurgen Klopp's side have been within touching distance of winning trophies since he succeeded Brendan Rodgers in October 2015.

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