Liverpool Vs Manchester City: Sergio Aguero Considers United As Rivals

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Sergio Aguero said that Liverpool have always been a tough opponent but ever since he made the move to City, neighbours United were the only direct rivals.

Written By Abhishek Shetty | Mumbai | Updated On:
Liverpool vs Manchester City

Liverpool will host Manchester City for their Premier League Matchday 12 clash. Liverpool are experiencing an unbeaten run so far this season with 31 points from 10 wins and a draw. While Manchester City are chasing them to get their hat-trick of Premier League trophies. The clash on Sunday can prove to be very crucial for both the teams and according to Manchester City's striker Sergio Aguero, Liverpool are the only side who can hurt the defending champions in Premier League this season. 

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Sergio Aguero on Liverpool vs Manchester City

The two sides are the only competition left in the Premier League for now and have formed a new rivalry in the top-tier English league. Sergio Aguero insisted that he still does not consider Liverpool to be their biggest opponent as he was quoted stating that the Sunday match can be a Clasico for the television but City consider United to be their direct rivals. While talking to France Football, Aguero said that Liverpool have always been a tough opponent but ever since he made the move to the blue half of Manchester, the team they were fighting for the title was United. He further said Liverpool emerged to be a stronger side in the past four seasons, however before that, there were only two top teams – United and Chelsea. He also stated that Jurgen Klopp's side is the only team which can hurt Guardiola's free-flowing City in Premier League.

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