- David Luiz has declared Arsenal can challenge Liverpool for the Premier League silverware this season
- A Reds fan believes Luiz is referring to Fair Play Trophy not Premier League
- Liverpool currently lead the EPL log with five points going into October 20 clash against United at Old Trafford
David Luiz insists Arsenal can challenge Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool for the Premier League silverware this campaign.
The Reds fans have taken to twitter to react to the former Chelsea defender comments ahead of their Super Sunday Premier League cracker on Sunday, October 20, against Man United at Old Trafford.
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The Brazilian, who moved to the Emirates this summer, remains upbeat Arsenal can beat Liverpool to the title despite topping the league table at the moment, with defending champions Man City playing catch-up.
The Unai Emery’s tutuored-side rated as a top four contenders by football buffs despite doing well after eight games.
Luiz responding to a question on NBC Sports maintained that Arsenal can win the Premier League title this season: “The ambition has to be there, the dream has to be there. Also, you have to be humble and have the humility to understand how you can achieve this kind of thing.
“This is what you have to do every single day. To understand the plan, to work hard and understand that if you have the opportunity you have to give your best. After that, if you don’t achieve you have to understand why you didn’t achieve these kind of goals.
“But my vision, my ambition and my will is always to fight for the title. And between the club, the players and the coach, we have the possibility to fight for the title,” Luiz submitted.
However, Liverpool fans think otherwise as they mocked Luiz for his comments, with these reactions on Twitter below.
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Legit.ng reported earlier that Manchester United are now on the verge of dropping to the relegation zone this season in the Premier League if they lose against Liverpool on Sunday, October 20. Solskjaer and his men have not been impressive this season in the English topflight where they have only gotten two wins after eight games played.
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