Trent Alexander-Arnold believes his team does not think of the superiority of Manchester City. Liverpool just continues to focus on winning every game.
After a brilliant 2018/19, the Reds continue their efforts to end the fast of the Premier League title this season. Liverpool went fast by being the only team still 100% in the first six matches.
As a result, Liverpool is quite comfortable topping the Premier League standings after pocketing 18 points. Juergen Klopp’s troops are five points clear of the defending champion, who is ranked second.
This situation makes Liverpool started staying dig dang to become favorite league champions. However, Alexander-Arnold insisted Liverpool had not yet thought about the title.
“I think we are persistent. We are just trying to move forward, we are not focused on whether the distance is five points or we are chasing, just about what we can do in each match, try to get three points, try to win, not focus on any other team and where they stand in the league, “Alexander-Arnold told the club’s official website.
“It’s about us pushing ourselves to our limits and ensuring we are the best team, making sure we look right and get the right results,” he continued.
“Then when in March, April comes that’s when you start to see where you stand in the league, but until then you only have to try to get three points on the standings board,” said the English footballer.