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#premierleaguestories – #Rodri believes Manchester City #MCFC season was ravished by injuries and Liverpool #LFC deserve title

Rodri Manchester City

Rodri has said Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool have been “amazing” in the Premier League this season. And Rodri has insisted he and his teammates have not underachieved, despite the gap between City and Liverpool.

Rodri said “Sometimes football is like this. Liverpool have been amazing this season in the Premier League. They have focused their entire mentality on the Premier League only and in these situations the only thing you can do is clap. But we’ve had many problems this year. We have had lots of injuries and important players out but it’s not been a bad season for us – we’re second. Okay, it’s not where we want to be but sometimes it’s like this and we have to keep going. I think we are proud of the season we’ve done. We already have two titles [Community Shield and League Cup] and we have a chance to get another two including the Champions League. I think it’s not a bad season so for me from an individual aspect I’m really happy with our season.”

 

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