Gary Neville thinks there are similarities between the current Liverpool side and title-winning teams he has played in for Manchester United in the past.
Jurgen Klopp’s side beat Tottenham 2-1 on Sunday to restore their six-point cushion at the top of the Premier League.
Spurs took the lead within a minute through Harry Kane only for the game to be turned on its head in the second half thanks to Jordan Henderson’s equaliser and Mohamed Salah’s penalty.
Neville admitted in his Sky Sports co-commentary that Liverpool look like title winners but stopped short of comparing them to teams he played in at Manchester United.
But Neville added more in the Sky Sports studio, he said: “Yeah, I thought during the second half, I was going to say it on air but didn’t, about the teams we played in at Manchester United.
“There is a complete trust in this crowd, they are brilliant to watch and they are scintillating.
“I agree with Jamie (Carragher) that there was only one winner at half-time and I thought that at 20 minutes to go.
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“They have played title winning football now for two years. You can’t compare them to Man City. They are a completely different team.
“They are relentless and they should win a title playing the football and amassing the points they have.”