Rangers 3-1 Hearts: Title race 'blown wide open' - Steven Gerrard

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They will have their moments, but I thought we defended them brilliant - apart from the penalty and one or two situations, where we needed Alisson with a really good save.

"It's always special to meet him.it's always very nice and I get a big hug from this big guy", he said.

"Without being disrespectful to any other teams, they had games that didn't excite me as much as coming up here and playing Rangers and Celtic".

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Unusual as it might seem in light of their best ever start to a season, but Liverpool have only played well for a full 90 minutes once so far, namely in the away win over Spurs. There will be world-class players all over the pitch, it's a game that you can't miss.

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The points were shared between the sides, which extends both teams' unbeaten starts to the season, after a hard-fought encounter.

The former Liverpool legend will once again be without the long-term injury victim Jamie Murphy, but he was hoping he might be able to call upon Lee Wallace.

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The draw was enough to move City back on top of the Premier League table on goal difference and was the first clean sheet the club had achieved at Anfield in the Premier League era.

"There is more pressure on Hearts now because people are tipping them to win something". We have beaten a good team today. We shot ourselves in the foot and gave Rangers the impetus. We have to start anew.

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"It got their crowd going so we had to dig in at the end because those moments can go both ways, so we had to keep our heads and keep switched on".

After receiving excellent support from the people "upstairs" during the summer transfer window, he changed his squad and brought in around a dozen players.

"I didn't want to lose at Napoli but, if you ask me which is the best preparation mood wise, it's losing a game".

"It was a tactical battle and I'm proud of all the team as it was a real physical battle and everyone put a shift in for the team and did their job for team".

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