Liverpool Loanee Backs Reds For Premier League Title
Derby County winger Harry Wilson has thrown his weight behind parent club Liverpool over Premier League champions Manchester City in the race for the league title.
Liverpool and Manchester City are battling for the right to win the Premier League title and Welsh international Harry Wilson thinks that the Reds can see off the holders to win a first league title in almost three decades.
Harry Wilson talked about Liverpool and their title challenge in a chat with media outlet S4C.
Liverpool have not won a league title since the 1989/90 season and the Reds have not won it since it was revamped to the Premier League at the start of the 1992/93 season.
The Reds have a two-point lead at the top of the table but Manchester City have played a game less than Liverpool.
Liverpool have five league games to play while Premier League champions Manchester City have six games to play before the end of the current league campaign.
The Reds secured Premier League summit on Friday night after they came from behind to beat South Coast club Southampton 3-1 courtesy goals from Naby Keita, Mohamed Salah and substitute Jordan Henderson.
Southampton had taken an early lead through Shane Long but Liverpool were able to fight back to earn the three points at stake.