Liverpool mercilessly destroyed and demolished Manchester City 1-0 at Anfield to claim 3 vital points and bounce back to winning ways. Man City Boss Pep Guardiolla started trio Bernado, Halaand and Foden in the attack while Liverpool attack comprised of Jota, Salah and Firmino. Liverpool remained defensively solid in the first half against aggressive Man City to force a goalless draw at halftime.
Man City thought they had scored in the 53rd minute through Phil Foden who recently signed a 5 year new contract extension at Etihad but the goal was disallowed due to offside. Liverpool Boss Klopp brought on Nunez, Cavarlho, Henderson as substitutes for Furmino, Fabinho and Elliott in the second half. Liverpool rallied for the winner which came in the 76th minute through Mohamed Salah who was assisted by Allison to seal all the 3 points for the hosts. Following the 1-0 win; Liverpool climbed up to position 8 in the Premier League table with 13 points while Man City dropped to position 2 with 23 points, 4 points below 1st place Arsenal.
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