Manchester City and Liverpool’s match ended in a one all draw at the Etihad Stadium in what was arguably the biggest game of the weekend.
Mo Salah opened the scoring with a spot kick after fullback Kyle Walker brought down Sadio Mane in the penalty box.
Gabriel Jesus brought City level with a fine finish and midfielder Kevin De Bruyne dragged his own spot kick well wide missing the opportunity to put City up 2-1 just before the break.
City boss claims to be “happier than ever” even though his side are 10th on the Premier League table.
”In 12 games we lost one(against Leicester) because we conceded 3 penalties”. He said
“Still we didn’t learn, hopefully it’s the last time we give the opponents a penalty like this”.
”But I am happy a lot, everyday I see the situation with the players in the locker room”. He added
He was also quick to praise striker Jesus.
”He was really good, I didn’t expect he could sustain 90 minutes and he did” Pep said.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp expressed his concerns for the now injured Alexander Arnold. The Reds gaffer also said the use of five substitutes is a “necessity”.
“Trent will be out for England. Will not be last or only one. Gareth will deal with either”.