Liverpool diminish Man city

Liverpool celebrating goal

Liverpool beat Manchester City at Anfield to sit 8 points clear in the league table.

Fabihno’s goal from the outside yard box was as impressive as the player himself. The goal came just after Man city were not given a penalty they believed was deserved as a result of a handball by Arnold.

7 minutes later, Salah Added to their lead as he nodded a beautiful cross from Robertson to mark 2 – 0 in the first half.

Although the performance of City were great like any other games of theirs but only this time Aguero failed to convert chances he was known to score.

In the second half, Mane connected with a cross from his teammate to confirm a confident win for his teammate.

Man City, however , with numerous attempt and target at goal, were only chance to scored just one, a goal by Bernardo Silva.

Effort to narrow the gap was difficult for Guardiola’s team who felt hard done by when they pleaded for another handball at the Liverpool goal area.

Their numerous attempt at goal during the closing minutes of the match didn’t click as Sterling impressive dribble rattle the defensive of Liverpool.

Guardiola said he was impressed with his team performance. When asked about the the controversial handball he said such question should be asked of the referee.

“Ask to the referees, don’t ask me. Ask to Mike Riley and the guys in VAR. I would like to talk about our performance, it was so good. It was one of the best performances we have played. We played like back-to-back champions. We cannot deny how good Liverpool are but the way we played, the personality, it was good.”

Meanwhile Klopp relish on his team performance: “Maturity is very important but for the rest of the season, it depends who is available and who is fit. I have no idea if I’ve ever had a nine-point lead, it has never been nine points over City, especially after a game against them so it is completely new.”

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