Riyad Mahrez's penalty miss for Manchester City against Liverpool

Beating Manchester City 'massive' for Liverpool says Alexander-Arnold

Beating Manchester City 'massive' for Liverpool says Alexander-Arnold

City missed the chance to earn a first Premier League win at Anfield since 2003, but a goalless draw extends Liverpool's winless run to four matches, with Stones keen to stay positive after his side moved top of the table on goal difference.

Similarly, the second half started much like the first with Liverpool taking charge before Manchester City came further into the match, being gifted the chance to steal all three points when Leroy Sane was brought down by Virgil van Dijk, only for Mahrez to blaze his spot kick over the crossbar. Having played their Champions League game later in the week, and further distance away, than their opponents there was concerns they couldn't keep up their usual intensity.

The worldwide break now arrives for Liverpool following a run of seven fixtures in 23 days that included encounters with City, Paris Saint-Germain, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Napoli. "Maybe we need two penalties to score one goal". We didn't create much but that is normal because they are so strong.

"When I was up there in the commentary box, I could see the goalkeeper coach, you can see what he's telling him", the Liverpool legend said on Sky Sports.

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"We control it through Riyad (Mahrez), Bernardo (Silva), the guys to give the extra pass".

City's tactics were so successful that Liverpool failed to register a single shot on target for the first in the first half of a Premier League game for the first time since November 2017 against Chelsea. I think he feels he let us down, but how he played for us, he gave everything, kept the ball and was top. Both back fours bossed their area of the pitch and ensured their teams earned a valuable point, so praise them for it rather than muttering about negativity and "parking the bus". We have many of them. "If we had defended like we did against Napoli today, it's a 7-0". Don't lose the ball in risky positions because when you lose the ball there, they counter attack with Firmino, Mane and Salah.

"He said "it's too early" to determine the extent of his injury, but that the midfielder had insisted it wasn't a "'big one'". Liverpool was never able to build up the sort of momentum it had for spells all three of the games it won against City last season. "It shouldn't happen, but obviously very happy we didn't concede". "I would not like to speak about the referees, about the decisions", Guardiola said when asked by Pro Soccer Talk. We know this club how complicated it is playing in this stadium and how unsafe they are.

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