Manchester City forced Liverpool into a 2-2 draw at Anfield to seal a vital point and revive their hopes for the Premier League title race. Both teams defended well in the first half although Reuben Dias was shown a yellow card while James Milner was shown a yellow card for Liverpool as they were goalless at halftime. Sadio Mane opened the scoring for Liverpool in the 59th minute after Mohamed Salah clever assist before Phil Foden equalized for Man City in the 69th minute following Gabriel Jesus creative pass.
Liverpool scored the second goal in the 76th minute through Mohamed Salah while Manchester City equalized through Kelvin De Bryune in the 81st minute to force a 2-2 draw at full time. After the 2-2 draw, Liverpool climbed up to position 2 in the Premier League table with 15 points while Manchester City displaced Man United in position 3 with 14 points. Manchester United dropped to position 4 in the Premier League Table with 14 points after drawing 1-1 against Everton yesterday at Old Trafford.
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