Liverpool currently are second in the Premier League having played one game less than league leaders Manchester City and both clubs have the same amount of points.
The Reds defender Andy Robertson says he will feel no fear in the toughest title race for years. (via Mirror
“My attitude when I go onto the pitch has always been fearless. I’ve never gone into a game fearing anything or anyone,” explained Andy.
“My upbringing probably does have a bit to do with it. I try to enjoy every minute and give 100 per cent. I’m realistic – every game, not all of us can play to the highest of our ability. Mistakes happen in this game, it’s how you deal with it.
“Some days not everything comes off, but if I’ve given everything, you’ll criticise yourself in terms of performance, but you’ll know you’ve made it hard for your opponent. That’s the attitude I’ve always taken and will always continue to have.”
“I wouldn’t say I’ve got nothing to lose because now the stakes are high," later he continued. “Of course, if you drop below [your standards] you’ve got your position to lose. You can get criticised or... you can become a hero. It’s all about dealing with that.”