Trent Alexander-Arnold knew when it was 'game over' for Arsenal in the Premier League title race
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Trent Alexander-Arnold has pinpointed the moment when he knew it was 'game over' for Arsenal in the Premier League title race.
The Blues smashed the Gunners 4-1 last month and have since won back-to-back games against Fulham and West Ham to move top of the league.
Pep Guardiola's team are now purring and look well-placed to win yet another league title despite Arsenal's dominance earlier in the term.
He's convinced Man City will win the league title and knew when it was 'game over' for Arsenal.
"The league's obvious now and I've said it for a while. If City are even anywhere close, if they smell blood at Christmas, New Year - it's game over really, there's no stopping them once they start winning and now at this point, I'd be surprised if they drew a game," he told Red Bull.
"I think it's just got to be mindset, I think it's just the messaging because they don't even go behind in games at this point. There's no messing around, there's no scares, there’s no ups and downs."
The Liverpool star added: "Arsenal was exciting because they were dropping points, but in an exciting way. Whereas City, I don't even know how to describe it, it's like juggernauts."
Alexander-Arnold's Liverpool have failed to mount a title charge this season, having had an inconsistent campaign.
But they've found some recent form as they look to hunt down fourth-placed Manchester United to secure Champions League qualification.
The 24-year-old, though, will be hoping his side renew their rivalry with Man City for the league title next season.