"Don't get me wrong, I still love to watch the way City play, but the way Klopp makes Liverpool play is absolutely fantastic".
Adam Lallana is set to play, while Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi could also be given a run out, said the report.
"We had to make a few changes already, it was clear".
"I was fine with the performance, the intensity of the game". They would lose that game but Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Saido Mane all started the match alongside a lot of other Liverpool regulars at the time.
Wolves can be backed at [4.0] to win (the Draw is [3.7]) but with Santo expected to leave some of his big names out then it would be a stretch for me to have any more confidence about the away victory.
"He's an incredible, confident, young fella and he's really a good player on top".
'To be creative. Or we play the two [Dejan Lovren and Virgil van Dijk] again, we will see.
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Alli added: "I think seeing him every day in training, playing with him in games, you can see the quality he has". We will be disappointed with certain moments and a lot of the goals.
"Just because other boys were in good shape as well, a bit about positioning, a bit about [the] system and all that stuff-no doubts about the boy, an outstanding player".
I would not be too disappointed to see Liverpool go out of the competition at the first hurdle if it helped to maintain a title challenge.
"That was probably in the past not exactly the same, just not because he always accepts my decisions but it's what you make of it".
However, both Guardiola and Redmond would later say that it was a positive exchange and that the Spaniard was complimenting the player and telling him to be more direct while in possession though he admitted that he should not have approached the player in such a way. He got a little bit exhausted near the end but understandably so - he played in the week as well.
Frustrated after being left out of Germany's World Cup squad, Sane began City's first three league games on the bench and was then left out entirely for the trip to Newcastle amid claims Pep Guardiola was concerned by the youngster's focus in training.