Liverpool boss expecting a clash to remember.
It is because Liverpool's fixture against Manchester City is a "special game" that is why Pep Guardiola attended the Reds' clash with Stoke on Tuesday, according to Jurgen Klopp. The Merseyside club came from a goal down to seal a 4-1 over the Potters at Anfield on as they moved into second spot - one point ahead of the Guardiola's Citizens. However, speaking ahead of the match on Saturday, the German said as Omnisport reported: "It is [a big game]. It is for both. I heard Pep Guardiola was in the stadium; I am not sure he watched a lot of games in the last few weeks from the stadiums of the opponents, so that's a first sign it's a special game and we are already looking forward to it.
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"It's a difficult game for both teams, but exciting and the best thing is it's at Anfield. I am really looking forward to it. "They are an outstandingly good side and we are not too bad, so it will be a nice game."
The former Barcelona and Bayern coach takes his men to Merseyside on New Year’s Eve and will be keen to out play Klopp's energetic Reds.