Milner milestone in vain as Arsenal holds Liverpool 1-1

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"It's not like that this year", Klopp said.

Liverpool alongside Chelsea and Manchester City are the only teams that are still unbeaten in the Premier League but given the form that the Gunners are in, the Reds could very well lose their second spot on the table by Saturday night. Klopp believes his squad has the depth and ability to sustain their outstanding run for the duration of the season, delivering a genuinely competitive race for the championship.

"Where we play every week (League One) that is a yellow card and we expected a yellow".

"Tactically we need to be together and impose our style and idea on the game".

"If Hector Bellerin is injured, you're talking about Granit Xhaka at left-back, a central midfield player, and Stephan Lichtsteiner at right-back, who has been a good player but is almost 35 now".

Former Arsenal ace Paul Merson has explained why Tottenham will finish above Arsenal this season.

Bournemouth supporters must regularly pinch themselves in disbelief at how far they have come over the past decade, and never more so than this season.

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'They can win the Premier League this season, they play the final of the Europa League three years ago and last season they were in the final of the Champions League - they are a very good example for us'.

Unai Emery has urged his Arsenal players to "write a new history" against their top rivals when they face Liverpool at the Emirates on Saturday. But it doesn't mean it will be like that.

"It's definitely going to be a great game and we shouldn't fear anybody". I can not judge week in, week out.

"Today I think he is better on the left". We don't feel: 'Wow! "We played well in the offensive phase, but a lot of mistakes in the defensive phase". Let us know in the comments... It is just exciting.

Mesut Ozil of Arsenal with a tattoo saying only God can judge me during the Premier League match between Arsenal FC and Watford FC at Emirates Stadium on September 29, 2018 in London, United Kingdom. It will probably be a fight at both ends of the table until the last match-day. "At the moment it looks like we are ready but we have to prove that many times this season".

Liverpool nearly went in ahead at the interval as Leno followed the earlier example set by his counterpart when he charged from his line and got stuck in no-man's land, with Van Dijk flicking a header against the foot of the post.

"The pleasing thing is the chances we created", the Reds' captain added.

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