Bernardo Silva sends warning message to Liverpool after Man City drop points in title race
Manchester City star Bernardo Silva has sent a message to Liverpool after Man City‘s 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace, the midfielder bringing up their title rivals unprompted.
If the reds beat Arsenal on Wednesday, they will be within a point of the champions ahead of their trip to Manchester on April 10.
Bernardo Silva told sky sports after the crystal palace game:
“Very frustrating game, but still a long way to go, nine games to go, we’re still in a good position,”
“It’s still better to be in our position than Liverpool’s. They still have to play in our stadium as well. It’s going to be exciting.”
“Well, it’s always better to win than draw the game.
“We wanted to win, we wanted to have an advantage of six points [over] Liverpool, with them one game in hand.
“Four points, they play Arsenal, we go and rest, to play Southampton in the FA Cup.
“Nine games to go, very difficult fixtures ahead of us. We’re going to be there, we’re going to fight, as usual, for the title.”
Liverpool FC however are on a run of eight consecutive victories in the top flight, and if they can overcome Arsenal, will be breathing down the necks of Pep Guardiola’s leaders.