“This is not over”: Declan Rice and Andy Robertson are not throwing in the towel


Sunday is a very bad day for Arsenal and Liverpoolwhose respective defeats gave way to City of Manchester to be the leader of the Premier, with 2 points more than its two rivals in the fight for the Premier. Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal lost the match 0-2 Unai Emery’s Aston Villa. And the Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool fell 0-1 against Crystal Palace by Oliver Glasner. On Saturday the city by Pep Guardiola (who this Wednesday will play in the quarterfinal second leg against real Madrid after 3-3 in the first leg) beat 5-1 Cooked by Rob Edwards.

The truth is, despite the blow they did Arsenal and Liverpool said defeats (since November they were ‘red’ or ‘gunner’ leaders, since then setting the last occasion on which the city ever), everyone is still dreaming of winning this Premier.

This was expressed by the two main players for Arsenal and Liverpool respectively. Declan Ricemidfielder for Arsenal and the English national team, said: “It’s not over yet. There are 6 games left. We are in an incredible position to win the Premier. We are ready, focused on what we want we and what we can. achieve. We still have “It can take turns. Anything can happen.”

Arsenal will face the Champions League quarterfinal second leg this Wednesday at the Allianz-Arena match Bavaria (2-2 in the first leg at the Emirates).

Within Liverpool, Andy Robertsonone of the players who won everything under the command of Kloppsaid: “We can’t allow any more mistakes. We have to be perfect from now on. Add all the points and see what happens. Be positive. We will continue fighting to achieve it.”

He Liverpool lost 0-3 in the first leg of the quarterfinals of the Europa League against Atalanta and on Thursday he competes in the return leg in Bergamo.

Source: La Verdad


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