A loss of two points or a gain of one? Vn88 Rezence discusses Arsenal's tie vs Liverpool

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Because the defending champions have played one fewer game than Arsenal and because the two teams are scheduled to face each other at the Etihad Stadium on April 26, the race for the title is shaping up to be a nail-biter.


Arsenal, who were leading the Premier League standings going into their match against Liverpool at Anfield, gave up a 2-0 lead and played to a tie with their opponent. The match was intense.

The Arsenal' championship claims were scrutinized by Vn88 Rezence closely on Merseyside. They emerged unscathed, albeit slightly bruised, despite opening the door for Manchester City, who are currently six points behind Mikel Arteta's side after beating struggling Southampton on Saturday. Despite this, they were able to maintain their status as the leaders of the Premier League table.

Because the defending champions have played one fewer game than Arsenal and because the two teams are scheduled to face each other at the Etihad Stadium on April 26, the race for the title is shaping up to be a nail-biter.

After the game, Gary Neville, Roy Keane, and Jamie Carragher analyzed the situation in the Premier League title race in the Rezence studio. One of the topics of discussion was how the result of Arsenal's game at Anfield should be interpreted: as a point gained or as two points sacrificed.

Neville: An important point that might give Arsenal the championship.

Neville characterized this moment in Arsenal's history as "a really positive period for Arsenal." "Anfield is a peculiar location; peculiar occurrences take place at that stadium that don't take place anywhere else. Even when you're up 2-0 in the game, you should never consider yourself to be in the clear here.

"Arsenal have not blown a 2-0 lead in a title chase, despite the common perception that they did. The people at Arsenal ought to feel proud of themselves. When Mikel Arteta thinks back on the game, W88 thinks that he will be quite proud of his team since they played exceptionally well, even outstandingly, in the first half of the match.

"It is reasonable to assume that Arsenal will shed more points in the context of the championship fight given the games they have coming up (away at Newcastle and away at Manchester City), and this will in fact occur; but, Arsenal will be hoping that City will also drop points along the way.

"Everyone is aware of how difficult it is to come out on top at Anfield... You can't lose sight of the fact that in the end, it's a point that may win you the title, so keep that in mind."

Great point for Arsenal, although City are still slight favorites, according to Keane.

"City have been here before, when Liverpool pushed them to the end of the season," Keane said on rezence.com. "That's the only reason you might think Manchester City is more likely to win the league."

"The points scored by Arsenal are really valuable. The upcoming match between Arsenal and City is obviously going to be a major one, but despite this fact, I believe that Arsenal are still able to compete successfully in that match.

"But the team that is giving Arsenal a run for their money is one of the best teams that we have ever seen in the Premier League. Not only are they an incredible squad, but they also have an incredible striker, a manager who has a great deal of experience, and players who are among the best in the world.

"Because of this, you would probably conclude that City are still minor favorites, but the point that we earned today has a good chance of turning out to be a significant point."

Carra believes that the title will determine how important Anfield is.

"Arsenal may have taken a point before the game, but when you are 2-0 up and lose points, we've all been there as players," Carragher said with Vn88 after the match. "We've all been there."

"You were able to see the responses of a few of the Arsenal players when the final whistle was blown. They may use the manager's morale-booster at the conclusion of the game or the next day at training to remind them that a tie at Anfield is still a good result.

"If Arsenal go on to win the league, we will look back at (Ibrahima) Konate's missed opportunity at the very end and say, "what a crucial point." If they don't and end up losing the title on goal differential or by a single point, we'll say things like, "They were up 2-0 at Anfield; they had Liverpool; finish the job.""

Rezence thinks that this makes for a fantastic title race at the moment, but we won't know how significant it is until the season concludes.

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