Jurgen Klopp’s aspect defeated the defending champions 3-1 at Anfield on Sunday to keep up their unbeaten file and transfer eight factors clear at the prime of the desk.
Goals from Fabinho, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane noticed the Reds emerge triumphant, regardless of Bernardo Silva’s late strike and City creating numerous possibilities.
Former Premier League star Redknapp admits the title is now Liverpool’s to lose however says the Reds could still falter if the squad is hit by numerous accidents.
‘It is Liverpool’s to lose,’ Redknapp advised the Daily Mail.
‘I said that last month, after Manchester City lost 2-0 at home to Wolves and they beat Leicester 2-1, and yesterday’s victory at Anfield solely bolstered my beliefs.
‘Nine points is a big gap. Barring any crazy injuries, Liverpool are well on their way to being crowned champions, with Jordan Henderson the man who would lift the trophy come May.’
Liverpool captain Henderson supplied an excellent cross for Mane’s second-half objective and Redknapp hailed the England midfielder for his efficiency towards City.
He added: ‘It feels as if the pressure is with Liverpool, and the participant I’m most happy for is their captain, Jordan Henderson.
‘The third goal killed Sunday’s contest and it was a elegant cross from the 29-year-old midfielder, making his 250th Premier League look for the Reds, that set it up.
‘Claudio Bravo did not know whether to come or go. In the end, City’s stand-in goalkeeper wound up below Henderson’s cross, and Mane utilized the final touch along with his head. Job carried out.
‘Henderson made that ball look simple, and it got here two weeks after he scored an important equaliser of their 2-1 win over Tottenham.
‘The England midfielder was all the time going to have problem in profitable everybody over, as a result of he isn’t Steven Gerrard.
‘But Liverpool’s present skipper, who led them to victory in the Champions League final season, is performing brilliantly for his group. He solutions each query requested of him.’
Liverpool face Crystal Palace following the worldwide break.