City send warning to Liverpool ahead of next season

There is no doubting the dominance of Liverpool this season, as they became Premier league champions. This meant a first Premier league title since it was founded back in 1992 but a 19th in total. It also meant a first title in 30 years, after they had also came so close to the title last season, missing out to Manchester City by just a point. Considering just how far ahead they are this season in regards points, many would think that they are going to take the world of beating next season. This could be the case, but there is no doubting that Manchester City will be looking to win back their title next season, having gone into the current campaign winning the previous two years in succession. This has seen many fans using the best slots to win bonuses and offers and supporting City to regain the title next season.

Liverpool wrapped up the season, with Chelsea beating Manchester City. The following match then saw Liverpool travel to take on the Manchester City, which is always one of the highlights of the campaign, with the pair head and shoulders above the rest at present. It turned out to be a very one-sided affair, with Manchester City sending a clear message to Liverpool ahead of next season.

City took an early lead in the first half, as Kevin De Bruyne continued his 100% record from the spot this season, converting a penalty into the corner and giving City a 1-0 lead after just 25 minutes. Sterling continued to pose problems for Liverpool and just 10 minutes later he made it 2-0 to the former champions. Liverpool also continued to create chances but City were clinical and made it 3-0 going into the second half, with Phil Foden netting a fantastic third for the side. This was a very good build up and Foden again gave an example as to why he is one of the most exciting young talents in English football at present.

The second half continued a similar story to the first half and City made it 4-0 after 66 minutes, following an own goal by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Sterling had turned well and looked to convert into the corner, but it appeared to be going wide, before being converted by Chamberlain into his own net. Mahrez then turned well and netted a fifth goal in the latter stages of the match, but this was disallowed in the build-up.

The match finished 4-0 to the Manchester City and this sent a clear message to Liverpool that next season is set to be a much more competitive affair.