Manchester City midfielder, Kevin de Bruyne, was of the opinion that their Premier League match against Liverpool on November 10 is not a must-win game for his team but is just 'another game' that they will give their best to and try to win. Liverpool has made a spectacular start to the season by gaining a six-point advantage over Manchester City after playing 11 matches.
De Bruyne stated that the match to be played at Anfield will not define the season despite the importance this particular match holds for his team. While talking to a local media outlet, Kevin said that a gap of 6 points was a big gap but some time back a few people were of the opinion that it was Liverpool's to lose. He further added that he was not paying attention to what other people were saying as they played so many games because of which it was hard to keep track of what people said.
The midfielder said that there were a lot of factors that decided a game but a game against a team like Liverpool, is something that every team would like to play and win the game and if a team wants to compete for silverware, they have to be the best and win games. He also said that there are a lot of things that media outlets would say but it was the team's job to just be themselves, keep calm and prepare for any challenge that comes their way.
Kevin also said that Manchester City needs to be ready for the Liverpool challenge because of the way they have defended in their matches and it is a special thing as they have been consistently doing that and that is something they need to be careful of as the game on Sunday would be very different from any other league match.
Manchester City striker, Sergio Aguero, is a key figure for City as they try and attempt to dethrone Liverpool from the top of the Premier League as the Argentine plays his best football under manager, Pep Guardiola. Having spent 8 years with Manchester City, Aguero is now City's top goal scorer and has 4 Premier League titles, 4 league cups and one FA Cup to his credit while turning Manchester blue after ending the decades-old dominance of Manchester United.
(With inputs from agencies)