Pep Guardiola now told what he feels about Arsenal and Liverpool after Chelsea draw

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola claims what he feels about Arsenal and Liverpool right after Chelsea draw. Pep and co. played a 4-4 draw at Stamford Bridge. Speaking to Sky Sports, Pep commented on Liverpool and Arsenal’s game against Chelsea this season. Both the sides managed to draw the game against The Blues earlier. Liverpool were held 1-1 while Arsenal drew a 2-2 last month at West London. Consequently, Guardiola pointed this after his side clinched just a point against Chelsea. He told Sky Sports after the game that,

They are so dangerous, they are a really good team. Liverpool could not win, Arsenal… they were much, much better than Arsenal and then at the end Arsenal draw.

It’s Chelsea away and the people believe so I’m not going to say what Chelsea have done to do what they are right now as a team. It’s getting better, the teams they play they good. They have physicality, they have talent, they have speed, they have bench, they have a lot of things.”

Chelsea have been brilliant against the top sides this season. They even demolished Tottenham 4-1 at their home soil earlier this month. Although, Pochettino’s side is making it difficult for top clubs, they lack consistency. The Blues deserved a victory owing to their performance against the defending champions. Should the result been in their favour, both Klopp and Arteta would have been happier with Chelsea’s performance.

The three sides namely Man City, Liverpool and Arsenal sit first, second and third respectively in the table. Moreover, Liverpool and Arsenal only differ on goal difference. A win for Chelsea would have made the title race more interesting. Nevertheless, City will be hosting Liverpool in a high-voltage clash just after the international break.

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