City's team bus was attacked outside the stadium when it last visited the ground for a Champions League tie in April, with windows smashed as it was hit by missiles. It's how it is in my job; if I win games, I know everything about football, if I lose three in a row, people think I have no clue about football.
Aguero, on the other hand, is now holding the second place in the list of highest scoring overseas player in Premier League history. They have been less consistent in domestic fixtures where they have not won on the road and face a crucial test on Sunday at home to Hearts, the surprise Scottish Premiership leaders.
'I thought we were sensational. Expect Jordan Henderson to play the deep midfield role with James Milner and Gini Wijnaldum just ahead, with Klopp asking them to press intensely from the outset. They also played badly for the first time this season in midweek, even if Napoli's victor didn't come until the final minutes, and their fabled front three of Salah, Mane and Firmino have failed to score in the club's past three games in all competitions.
"And Liverpool have to maybe as well beat them for the rest of the league to give belief out there that they can be beaten". If you work hard, you earn it, you deserve it, and that's what we try to do mixed up with very good football, that's the plan.
"But the crowd was in a lot of moments really unhappy with the Napoli performance".
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Souttar said: "Obviously the first 20 minutes killed us". So we have to wait a little bit. We will recover and then we will come back strong again'.
And Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri insisted the 30-point gap between Chelsea and champions City last season is too much to make up in one campaign.
Pre-match talk that a positive result for City or Liverpool would make them favourites to win the title now looks premature, with Chelsea the big winners of the weekend having thumped Southampton earlier in the day.
Liverpool came into the match unbeaten in 17 home games against Manchester City in all competitions but the atmosphere was flat at Anfield and Jurgen Klopp's team have now gone four games without a win.
"There is no real way, no one thing you have to do that you can beat them - that's not there".