- Pep Guardiola is still optimistic that Manchester City can catch up with Liverpool
- Manchester City are currently eight points behind Liverpool after their defeat against Wolves
- Liverpool have won all of their eight games this season in the Premier League and are topping the table
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has admitted that the distance between his side and Liverpool is big, but believes the Citizens can still catch up with the Reds in the EPL title race.
After surprisingly losing 2-0 against Wolves in their last Premier League game, Manchester City are now eight points behind leaders and rivals Liverpool.
Last season, Manchester City beat Liverpool to the Premier League title on the last day despite Jurgen Klopp's men suffering only one defeat.
This term, Liverpool have shown that they mean business in the Premier League by winning all their eight games so far and topping with 24 points.
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"I know these guys, they are still incredibly involved and they can still do it.
"The distance is big, I know that. For many circumstances, they [Liverpool] didn't drop points.
''It is better not to think one team is eight points ahead. It is only October. There are still a lot of games,'' Guardiola said according to BBC.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Adama Traore’s late brace helped Wolves beat hosts Man City 2-0 in a tough Premier League clash Sunday, October 6, at the Etihad Stadium.
The encounter saw City hand Joao Cancelo his league debut, while Bernardo Silva started from the bench, but the hosts went not looking bright from kick-off.
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