"There are a lot of games to play".
Goals from Ryan Kent, Alfredo Morelos and Scott Arfield clinched the points before Jimmy Dunne replied after Michael Smith was sent off for the Jambos.
The biggest match of the Premier League season so far sees the top two teams, who are separated only by goal difference, face each other at Anfield. "We were calm then and we need to be the same way in our mentality when we are winning". That desire Gerrard emphasises was in plain sight once more and the hosts were not cowed one bit by their visitors' strong start to the season.
Rangers defeated table-topping Hearts 3-1 earlier today at Ibrox. That's why we have to try and create as often as possible and Pep's teams are best at that, and I can admit that easily because it's so obvious.
Liverpool are on a run of eight consecutive home clean sheets, one away from equaling the club record. "It didn't look too serious, so there's a chance but we don't know". At home, the performances are fantastic and the supporters really help the players. It could have been worse for Hearts - and credit to them for sticking at it - but they made mistakes in the first half and Rangers blew them away.
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He said: "After the game it felt much more clear they deserved to win than after the analysis".
"But a guy who has the quality to score 50 goals in a season always has that quality". Napoli's success against Liverpool with a three-man defence might tempt him into using that system here, especially with Benjamin Mendy set to be available, and therefore providing Guardiola with a proper overlapping option down the left.
Asked if people saying Liverpool had worked out how to beat City were correct, Guardiola said: "Good - congratulations".
Fulham pressed forward in the opening minutes as they looked for their first win over Arsenal since January 2012, and Argentine midfielder Luciano Vietto very almost beat Gunners keeper Bernd Leno in the second minute. With the ball, again the timing was not good because we felt under pressure when there was no pressure.
"Yeah, you could say so [that it is a step up from Sunderland]", Ejaria told Rangers TV . But the worldwide break now is important. He has a lot of weapons to attack you and they are masters in taking advantage of your mistakes.