Pep Guardiola names three Liverpool FC players Man City fear

Pep Guardiola admits that his Man City side will have to be at their best to stop Liverpool FC's attacking trio

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
Pep Guardiola
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola Photo: The Sport Review

Pep Guardiola has admitted that his Manchester City side will have to be at their best to keep the likes of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino quiet on Wednesday.

The Reds are preparing to welcome Guardiola’s men to The Etihad in what is the first leg of their crunch Champions League quarter-final showdown at Anfield on Wednesday night.

Liverpool FC have been in good form in recent weeks and they warmed up for the game by claiming a 2-1 victory at Crystal Palace on Saturday thanks to goals from Mane and Salah.

Manchester City, meanwhile, took a step closer towards winning the Premier League title on Saturday with a 3-1 win at Everton, to leave them one win from clinching the top flight trophy.

Liverpool FC have been earning plenty of praise for their brilliant attacking form this season, and especially Salah, who has been one of the Premier League’s standout players since his move from AS Roma last summer.

However, Guardiola has insisted that his Manchester City team will have to wary of all three of Liverpool FC’s top attacking players ahead of Wednesday’s crunch Champions League showdown.

Guardiola told a news conference after Saturday’s win at Goodison Park: “It’s not just Salah.

“Mane and Firmino, all three, they are almost unstoppable. They’re fantastic.”

MORE: Latest Liverpool FC news and views

MORE: Football transfer rumours and gossip

MORE:

MORE: The latest football transfer news

MORE: Meet the Premier League's most stylish footballers

MORE: Do you know the top Muslim footballers in the Premier League?

MORE: Take a tour of Arsenal star Mesut Ozil’s £10m London house

MORE: Man United latest news

MORE: Arsenal latest news

MORE: Chelsea latest news

MORE: Liverpool latest news

The Sport Review
Rafael Nadal, master of Monte-Carlo, keeps the clay fire burning: ‘It’s not the moment to stop and disconnect your mind’
The Sport Review
Top 50 most stylish footballers in the world in 2017: Arsenal, Man United, Chelsea, Liverpool stars feature
The Sport Review
Take a tour of Cristiano Ronaldo’s stunning house in Madrid
The Sport Review
Arsenal player wages 2018: Can you guess how much each Arsenal player earns?
The Sport Review
Top 50 Muslim footballers: Arsenal, Chelsea FC, Liverpool FC and Man United stars feature
The Sport Review
Take a tour of Arsenal star Mesut Ozil’s £10m London house with us
The Sport Review
Guillem Balague suggests 47-year-old could be next Arsenal manager
The Sport Review
Ian Wright names signing Liverpool FC need to prioritise this summer
The Sport Review
Mesut Ozil reacts to Arsene Wenger’s decision to leave Arsenal