Liverpool played their 7th Premier League game on Sunday evening as they hosted the defending champions Manchester City.
In the 21st minute of the game, there was a huge chance for Manchester City after Bernardo Silva swiftly dribbled past Liverpool defender Virgil Van Dijk to set up Phil Foden who failed to utilize the chance.
The official Manchester City's Twitter account posted a tweet praising Bernardo Silva for his dribbling skills and even compared his dribbling to that of PSG and Argentina star Lionel Messi.
Manchester City wrote: "HUGE CHANCE!! An incredible run by @BernardoCSilva!
He channels his inner Messi and feeds in @ PhilFoden who closed the angle too much"
Sadio Mane was the first to find the back of the net and he did so in the 59th minute to give Liverpool the lead. Phil Foden equalized for Manchester City in the 69th minute before Mohamed Salah gave Liverpool the lead again in the 76th minute. Kevin De Bruyne then equalized again for Manchester City to make sure Manchester City got a point away from home.
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