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Even if not at their best, Liverpool's offense belies City's attacking farce

By Charles Cornwall

Even if not at their best, Liverpool's offense belies City's attacking farce

Reds' attack is destined to be the best in England

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As the days in European soccer have gone by, the analysis of the best teams in the world and their various comparisons have not been long in coming, because even with a long way to go for all of them, there are some statistics that speak of various issues, this being the case of the best attacking trio of the old continent, a sector that today dominates Atletico Madrid with a total of 44 goals divided between; Morata, Griezman and Depay, being Liverpool a few steps below with 42 goals generated between; Salah, Nunez and Jota.

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The interesting thing about the statistics of all these scorers of the five best leagues in Europe is to see how the lie that Manchester City has the best offensive sector falls apart, and this club so far has a total of 42 goals generated by Haaland, Alvarez and Foden, tying in this category with the Reds, a club that does not boast of its great effectiveness in front of goal even with Salah at his best level and with a couple of games without activity due to his injury and participation in the Africa Cup of Nations.

This same goal productivity that City and the Reds have is also registered by clubs like Real Madrid with Bellingham, Rodrygo and Joselu, the same happening with PSG who share the same 42 goals between Mbappe, Kolo Muani and Ramos, not being so special Guardiola's team at the moment as there are other clubs that can have the same effectiveness and without such gigantic figures as Haaland is presumed to be.

This embarrassing exposure of Manchester City has not only served to make them see that the Reds can be as good as them with less spotlight and resources, although this lesson can also be applied to the club's fans who have not tired of discrediting the work of a Darwin Nunez who is in goals above the likes of Depay, Musiala, Thuram, Ramos, Foden, Fuhrich, Xavi Simons, McGinn, Sané, Kolo Muani, Sesko and Bailey.

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Although for the moment Liverpool are not in the top 3 of the best attacking trio, this sector must be satisfied with what has been achieved so far, although it is true that there will always be room for improvement from players like Diogo Jota or Darwin Nunez, with only the integration of Mohamed Salah who surely missed out on a couple of goals for the Reds that would have assured him and his teammates to be at least the second best attacking trio in the top five leagues in Europe.


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