Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp says Marco Silva has an Everton squad that could finish in the European places in any league in Europe. Klopp is looking forward to a 'real fight' in the first Merseyside derby of the 2018-19 campaign.
In one of the most crucial games of the season, Manchester City earned the bragging rights after a resounding win over Manchester United. Goals from David Silva, Sergio Aguero and Ilkay Gundogan saw off Jose Mourinho's Red Devils. Take a look at these unique camera angles of all the goals from the derby.
Dinamo Zagreb's Bruno Petković stunned city rivals Lokomotiva Zagreb with this screamer. This amazing overhead kick from the 24-year-old striker gave Dinamo a much deserved 1-0 victory against our closest challengers in the domestic league.
Lokomotiva Zagreb are ready to take on Dinamo Zagreb in the Zagreb Derby. Dinamo currently top the standings in the Croatian First Football League, 1.HNL, with 33 points. Lokomotiva are in a close second, just five points behind. It's safe to say that an exciting encounter awaits the fans.
Maine Road was Manchester City's home before the Etihad was even a dream in the back of the club's mind. This gave the final derby before City's move to the Etihad even more importance. Shaun Goater's brace included his 100th goal for City and solidified the slogan: 'Feed the Goat, and he will score'.
In the build up to the derby, we look back to one of the most famous Manchester City victories against cross-city rivals Manchester United. As Roberto Mancini faced off against Sir Alex Ferguson off the pitch, City dominated at Old Trafford and recorded an emphatic 6-1 win. The 2011 game is most famous for Mario Balotelli's antics, and that now famous phrase 'Why Always Me'.
Arguably the best attacking trio to ever have played for Manchester City, Francis Lee, Colin Bell and Mike Summerbee are all ingrained in our history with cult hero status. They were part of the team that relegated Manchester United from the top-flight of English football - ending their 36 year stay in the First Division.