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Breaking News: And Rio Ferdinand says, “Look at us now” to show why Liverpool’s title hopes have just taken a big hit




Even though Manchester City beat Newcastle United in a dramatic return on Saturday, Liverpool is still in first place in the Premier League.

Rio Ferdinand thinks that Manchester City will be a worry for Liverpool after Kevin De Bruyne’s stylish return on Saturday night.

The Belgian midfielder played in just his second Premier League game of the season after missing the first two with a leg injury. He was the main reason why City came back from behind to beat Newcastle United 3-2.

Pep Guardiola’s team was down 2-1 when the 32-year-old was brought on in the 69th minute. It only took him five minutes to score, and he then set up Oscar Bobb’s winning goal with a beautiful pass in extra time.


City hasn’t looked like the same team without their star in recent weeks. They will now try to make the most of De Bruyne’s return by winning their next few games. Ferdinand told TNT Sports after yesterday’s game, “Pep Guardiola, very rarely do you see him as animated as he was today.” He thinks this is a very likely event to happen.One thing I can say is that man there (KDB), you’re back, you’re back. You’re the top jewel, and you’re back. Now look at us. This team knows what to do as momentum starts to build.

“These guys know when to step it up a notch, and it looks like now everyone will be looking over their shoulder and around to see if they can see them coming.” They have the knowledge, depth, class, quality, and firepower to get the job done. Formidable.”

I still think City will win,” Ferdinand said in October when asked about his bet for who would win the Premier League this season. I can’t lie: Arsenal is still in the running and has a good chance. Arsenal has a really big chance. The player told Vibe with Five, “I’d really like Arsenal to win it this year.”

“Because then City wouldn’t have won four games in a row.” I’d actually rather have Spurs. Come on, Ange. I’m mad about the Spurs. This old man has added something to that team that we haven’t seen in a long time.

“They used to love Pochettino, but now they’re interested in someone else.” They’re now with a guy they trust after moving on. I’m not going to get too excited yet—eight games have been played—but what that man did has made that football club so much better.

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