Alisson aims at Premier League trophy: 'We don’t want to feel how we felt last season'
- The Brazilian is still upset about the manner they lost the title last year.
- Their only defeat was at the hands of their opponent on Sunday, Man City.
- The No.1 intends to 'give everything in every game' to end the drought.
Liverpool keeper Alisson has promised to give his everything in every game to finally bring the league trophy back to Liverpool after a 30-year wait.
In 2018-19, they were as close as ever to the trophy, but even record-breaking 97 points were not enough to beat Man City.
"Last season we had a great experience, an almost perfect season," the Brazilian told the Guardian. "We lost one game and that one game was against City.
"We know how big this game is for us. We know how big the game is for everyone – for them and for our fans. In the end it is just three more important points but Manchester City have been the best team in the league for the last few years so we need to give everything to win this game.
"We don’t want to feel how we felt last season. Being second by just one point – and we don’t know which game made us lose the title because we had a few draws where we could have done better, and we had the loss away to Man City when we could have won or drawn – means we know that we need to give everything in every game if we want to become Premier League champions. We want it and we will try to do it."
Our keeper has been named the best in the world by FIFA thanks to his hard work:
So far, Liverpool's title pursuit is going according to their plan: the Reds have won 10 out of 11 games in the league and are 6 points above their chief opponent, Man City. Of course, this makes the Sunday showdown only more important.