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LIVERPOOL midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum’s "sensational" performances have gone unnoticed this season. That’s the opinion of former Reds midfielder Danny Murphy. Liverpool sit joint top of the Premier League wwwpic5678 alongside defending champions Manchester City having won six of their seven matches so far this season. While their front three of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino has misfired in recent weeks, Liverpool’s defence has received huge credit for their massive improvement with a joint-best record of just three goals conceded. Of Liverpool’s other performers, James Milner wwwpic5678 has been the subject of widespread praise having continued to produce energetic and influential displays despite nearing the age of 33. But Murphy thinks Wijnaldum - an ever-present in the league and Champions League - deserves more recognition for his displays in the middle. He told The Debate on Sky Sports: “I think Wijnaldum’s gone under the radar, he’s been absolutely sensational, kept his place in a midfield where they’ve spent over £100million. “And he’s actually played holding role and in an attacking role, I think he’s been a real plus this season.” Jurgen Klopp’s charges go head-to-head with wwwpic5678their title rivals City at Anfield this Sunday (4.30pm) in a mouthwatering showdown. Liverpool go into the game on the back of a last-gasp Champions League defeat to Napoli in mid-week in which the Merseyside outfit served up one of their worst performances under Klopp. But Murphy does not expect any hangover from that loss as Liverpool and Pep Guardiola’s City prepare to trade blows.