Jurgen Klopp's men played out a drab goalless draw at Anfield against Manchester City, although all the drama happened in the final five minutes of the game when Riyad Mahrez skied over a penalty. And we hope that they come back healthy and play these easy competitions, the Premier League, the Champions League and all this.
Neville said, "It was an unusual situation where the main penalty taker was off so you were leaving decisions to players on the pitch".
"If somebody would have told me after eight match days you have 20 points, I would say with that fixture list, "I'll buy it, let's start with the ninth match day", said Klopp.
"Up and down they are the best team in the world".
Manchester City are sitting at the top of the Premier League table and are yet to lose a game in the league this season. The Reds looked a little jaded midweek in the Champions League encounter away to Napoli, a game which they eventually lost 1-0 after a stoppage-time strike from Lorenzo Insigne.
"I'm the captain there and we have a very important game against Germany so we have to try to be ready for that one and then try to get a bit of rest after that one".
"I'm so comfortable (with) the performance we have done". Both sides have been playing some scintillating football at the start of the season, and this match should certainly live up to the billing. It makes no sense to moan about it when you are in it.
Obviously, they were a bit cautious of the way we played and I think we have earned that respect but they still pressed and still tried to play their game. "But with this fixture list, I would definitely buy it".
John Stones revealed after the match that Mahrez was upset by the miss.
Despite the penalty miss, Guardiola declared himself happy with the point.
Mahrez blew a late spotkick in Sunday's 0-0 draw at Liverpool.
Sarri's side dropped points in stalemates with West Ham and Liverpool FC before their returning to winning ways at Southampton thanks to goals from Hazard, Ross Barkley and Alvaro Morata.