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Jamie Carragher makes Man City claim in response to Liverpool’s start to the season

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Jamie Carragher has admitted that he ‘hopes’ Liverpool can ‘bridge the gap’ on Manchester City despite the Reds’ slow start to the campaign.

VOTE for Empire of the Kop as Best Club Content Creator (Premier League) here: Football Content Awards OR on Twitter with the FCA’s one-click Twitter link with: I am voting for @Empireofthekop in @The_FCAs for #BestClubContentCreator (Premier League) Former Reds defender Carragher is remaining upbeat about the prospect of Klopp’s side once again competing with City at the top of the table this term.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have won two of their opening six Premier League games and although they have a game in hand on City, the Anfield outfit are already eight points behind the Sky Blues.



“There’s a little bit of a gap between themselves and Manchester City, but they bridged that gap last season and, certainly from my point of view, I hope they can do it again.” READ MORE: ‘I’m not naive’ – Virgil van Dijk provides honest assessment of early season form Darwin Nunez, Fabio Carvalho and Calvin Ramsay all arrived at the club earlier this summer while Arthur Melo was signed on loan from Juventus on deadline day.



The Norwegian has 11 goals in seven league outings and the 22-year-old is a huge reason as to why the Citizens are just a single point behind league leaders Arsenal.

Liverpool came agonisingly close to completing a historic quadruple last term but were pipped to the title by a single point by Pep Guardiola’s side and then suffered a disappointing 1-0 defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League final.

“It’s only six weeks ago since the season started and last season they were two games away from doing something that’s never been done in the history of our country,” the ex-Red told Sky Sports (via the Liverpool Echo).
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