We are ready for the big fight,you can’t win the league with Just One point’: Bernardo silva sends strong premier league warning to Arsenal fans despite toping the League
In the aftermath of the 1-1 draw between Manchester City and Liverpool at the Etihad on Saturday, Bernardo Silva shared insights into the Premier League title race, expressing Manchester City’s expectation of Liverpool emerging as formidable contenders this season.
The highly anticipated clash between the top two teams resulted in shared points, allowing Arsenal to ascend to the top spot following their victory over Brentford.
The landscape of the Premier League became even more intriguing as Aston Villa’s triumph against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday further tightened the competition, leaving the top four separated by a mere two points.
Reflecting on the evolving dynamics of this season’s title race, Silva acknowledged the competitive challenge posed not only by Liverpool but also by Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
Last season witnessed a head-to-head battle between Manchester City and Arsenal for the title, but Silva, the Portuguese international, expressed a belief that Liverpool’s resurgence was always on the cards after a challenging previous season.
Silva commented, “We expected it after a tough season for them. We knew their energy was going to be back, so it’s going to be tough – not just with them but Arsenal, Spurs – but we are also ready to fight.”
This recognition of the competitive landscape underscores the heightened level of competition in the Premier League and the readiness of top teams to face formidable challenges.
When probed about his view on the title race, Silva emphasized the enjoyment derived from victories while highlighting the positive impact of a closely contested league for fans and the overall excitement of the Premier League.
He acknowledged the closeness of the top four teams and expressed Manchester City’s determination to distance themselves a bit, learning from the previous season’s experience of trailing behind Arsenal.
Silva articulated the team’s ambition to remain within striking distance of the top spot, setting the stage for an intense battle as the season progresses into February and March, with an eye on reclaiming the Premier League crown.