Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus 'unhappy' at Riyad Mahrez taking penalty vs. Liverpool

Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus 'unhappy' at Riyad Mahrez taking penalty vs. Liverpool

As well as the spot-kick City were awarded, for a foul on Leroy Sane by Virgil van Dijk, the visitors had other strong penalty appeals turned down but Guardiola did not complain.

Gabriel Jesus has said he was unhappy when Pep Guardiola stopped him taking a crucial penalty in Manchester City's 0-0 draw with Liverpool.

Joining City and Liverpool is Chelsea, winners on Sunday over Southampton 3-0.

But the former Leicester City forward, who has missed four of his previous seven penalties, smashed the ball over from 12 yards as the top-of-the-table clash ended level.

The change of position seemed to have a destabilising effect on the 21-year-old, who diverted Lovren's header back to Sergio Aguero in the penalty area.

While analysing the game afterwards for Sky Sports, Jamie Carragher revealed that he spotted John Achterberg gesturing to Alisson to dive to the right when Mahrez was getting ready to take the penalty. We defend so well as a team; it starts from the front with the work-rate they put in.

Raheem Sterling has to learn to cope with facing the abuse he receives when he returns to Anfield, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said.

"As it is it's great progress from last season, we competed against them, they're a top team".

The Welshman also provided a delightful chipped pass for Aubameyang to run to for Arsenal's fifth goal, underlining what a big loss he will be if, as expected, he leaves at the end of the season. "In the training session he shoots ideal penalties, and ok this sometimes happens so at the end it is what it is".

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"We didn't adapt to what Napoli did, and today we were back again so I am fine".

Tottenham have come through a hard patch at the start of September to equal their best start to a Premier League season, matching their tally from 2016-17.

He does believe Liverpool will be one of them, though.

Their west London neighbors Chelsea have made an altogether more impressive start to the season and remain undefeated with nine wins from 11 competitive games this season.

Goals from Eden Hazard, Ross Barkley and Alvaro Morata ensured victory for the West London club.

That's led to plenty of speculation about problems in the side, with this scoreless display making it four games without a goal for one of their famed attacking trident since all three have been at Anfield. "That is what Jurgen feels and the players build, and in that situation they are much better".

"If somebody would have told me after eight matchdays you have 20 points, I would say with that fixture list, 'I'll buy it, let's start with the ninth matchday!'", said Klopp.

But when I watch the Gunners, I don't see a team that can challenge for the title. "It looks like they are in a good shape", said Klopp. "We had a clear chance in the last action so we controlled quite well". "We never got any momentum. However, it was important that we didn't lose".

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