Liverpool news Michael Antonio makes Man City admission that will serve as warning to Liverpool PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - West Ham United striker Michael Antonio was impressed by Liverpool's title rivals Manchester City
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Michail Antonio has described Manchester City's opening day victory over West Ham United as a footballing 'masterclass'. Big summer signing Erling Haaland introduced himself in fine fashion, finding the net twice at the London Stadium to ensure Pep Guardiola's side got their 2022/23 campaign off to the perfect start with a 2-0 victory over a West Ham team featuring Antonio. And the Jamaica international, who featured for just under an hour, has praised the City set-up, insisting the fluidity in the team was sometimes simply too much to handle. READ MORE: 'If you are Liverpool' - Man City sent blunt Bernardo Silva transfer message READ MORE: Jurgen Klopp has already identified Liverpool's 'Andres Iniesta' to solve midfield issue "Their system is liquid," began Antonio, speaking on the BBC's 'Footballers Football Podcast'. "It can't be contained. They're rotating everywhere. Cancelo is popping up in midfield, Grealish will be out wide, Bernardo will be inside him.
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.'' Many comparisons have already been made between both Haaland and Liverpool new boy Darwin Nunez, with both getting off to a perfect start by finding the net on their respective Premier League debuts. Antonio also insisted he was perhaps wrong to suggest that the Norwegian forward's style wouldn't best suit City's forward thinking. He added: "You can definitely see the quality that he (Haaland) has. I do believe that he's going to be up there for the Golden Boot. "I'm going to have to eat my words from last season, when I was saying I wasn't sure he would fit in with Pep Guardiola's system, because he's used to using number tens." READ NEXT Former Arsenal and Chelsea defender William Gallas believes Liverpool won't make top four Liverpool could have 'second chance' to sign Barcelona midfielder on free transfer 'Poster boys' - Liverpool told Man United still a 'bigger' club despite struggles Harvey Elliott makes 'pressure' claim after signing new long-term Liverpool contract Striker set for Liverpool legends debut against Manchester United at Anfield
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