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Liverpool have taken the title race down to the final day of the season after coming from behind to win against Southampton on Tuesday.
The Reds hit back with goals from Takumi Minamino and Joel Matip following Nathan Redmond's first half opener.
Liverpool trail Man City by one point heading into their final game of the season against Wolves.
Speaking about the intense battle with the Blues, Henderson told Sky Sports: "It is always tough, City never seem to drop points.
"They are a fantastic team."
Asked by Jamie Carragher if he or any of his Liverpool teammates watch Pep Guardiola's side, he replied: "I don’t, normally.
"I know some of the lads do now and again, and at home they probably do, the way they play it is never nice to watch."
He brilliantly added: "I put the kids channel on or something, that is probably something better to watch."
🗣 "The way they play, It's never nice to watch. So I just put the kids channels on." 😅— Football Daily (@footballdaily) May 17, 2022
Jordan Henderson is asked if anyone in the Liverpool squad watches Manchester City games pic.twitter.com/3IexWk9FdK
It's not the first time Liverpool have found themselves in this situation having experienced the same scenario in the 2018/19 season.
Man City won at Brighton to clinch the league as Liverpool played at home, with Henderson discussing the nature of the match.
He continued: "We have had this before when they played Brighton away and they went one goal up, and the crowd cheer and you sort of know what is going on.
"It’s hard to concentrate on the game. Hopefully, we have that experience, we can learn from it and concentrate on what we need to do and hopefully Stevie and Aston Villa can do us a favour."
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