Man City Star Ederson Makes Surprising Claim Of Liverpool FC Player
Ederson kept a clean sheet when Blues secured a point at Anfield on Sunday to keep the top of the Premier League table on goal difference. The Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson has admitted that Liverpool stops and Brazil's landsman Alisson remain "one step ahead" of him. Ederson looked at the bench at the World Cup like Brazil No. 2, despite being the standby keeper in the Premier League season.
Alisson, who was impressive in Roma last season, got the Nikken in Russia to the starting bench before moving to Anfield in the summer for a world record. Ederson is set to a rare start between the bars of Brazil's battle against the Saudi Arabia this week, saying that his relative lack of international experience places him a little behind Alisson in the pick-up order.
"I think there is a lot of similarity between us two, “he has a very positive start to the season in Liverpool," said Ederson Globo Esporte, per. Sports witness. “"Here he is one step ahead of me, he played in a World Cup. It's not a reason to work less. Brazil is well served to goalkeepers, many who have not been in the World Cup are very good. Those who are chosen will do a good job." Both sticks held clean plates in the city's draw against “the Liverpool on Sunday “, where Riyad Mahrez missed an 85-minute penalty that would have given the Blues a place in their Premier League detention bid.
And Ederson, 25, revealed what Brazil's chief Tite said to him when he arrived at the Brazil camp Monday. "Yesterday, after training, Tite called to talk with me, Alisson and Taffarel, saying that I would play the first game and Alisson the other," he said.