Liverpool vs. Manchester City - Football Match Report

Liverpool vs. Manchester City - Football Match Report

During the past couple of games, the Liverpool fans have targetted Jordan Henderson for his slow pace and his lack of moving the ball quickly.

It took until the 62nd minute for both teams to register a shot on target as they cancelled each other out, before City were given a golden opportunity when Virgil van Dijk was adjudged to have upended Leroy Sane in the penalty area.

Nevertheless, the second half started with more goal by both the teams and they got many chances to win the game.

"And Mendy, it was three weeks injured and training maybe two or three times and he made a performance not just defensively but offensively".

Any prolonged lay-off however would be a major blow for Liverpool as they look to keep up their flying start to the season and repeat their European heroics.

The result left City, Liverpool and Chelsea in a three-way tie for the Premier League lead on 20 points after eight games.

Liverpool held Manchester City to a 0-0 draw at Anfield on Sunday which meant the Reds are still unbeaten in the league.

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"We played City now very often and they are just outstanding".

But Mahrez, who had fought off Gabriel Jesus to take the spot-kick, ballooned his effort over the bar. We tried to win but at the end we need to be happy - I need to be happy - that we didn't lose it because of the penalty.

If only we could press a reset button on the attack and Liverpool would surely be top of the table now rather than sharing first place with Man City and Chelsea.

Manchester City may be even better now than the team who earned a Premier League record 100 points, according to football statisticians at Gracenote.

It'll be followed by the visit of Red Star Belgrade, themselves dismantled in Paris last week, in European action and then the arrival of Cardiff City at Anfield in league action to round off the month. As former Liverpool captain Graeme Souness observed after the game, all three have their qualities as team players but none of them possess the vision or flair to make a difference in an attacking sense.

Quoted in the Mirror, he said: 'It won't affect me at all.

"Yeah, obviously there is a little bit of a concern because he [Fabinho] hasn't been playing".

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