City vs. Liverpool - Duell der angeschlagenen Giganten. Jürgen Klopp gegen Pep Guardiola: Am Sonntag richten sich in der der Premier League wieder alle. Liverpool und Man City machten in den letzten drei Jahren die Meisterschaft unter sich aus, jetzt kommt's zum direkten Duell! Wer macht das. Read about Man City v Liverpool in the Premier League /21 season, including lineups, stats and live blogs, on the official website of the Premier League.
Manchester City » Bilanz gegen Liverpool FCManchester City empfängt in der 8. Runde den Vorjahresmeister FC Liverpool. Für die Mannschaft von Trainer Pep Guardiola heißt es bereits. Liverpool und Man City machten in den letzten drei Jahren die Meisterschaft unter sich aus, jetzt kommt's zum direkten Duell! Wer macht das. Match summary. Manchester City gave newly crowned Premier League champions Liverpool a guard of honour before convincingly beating them at the Etihad.
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Free highlights and report as Liverpool fail to move top but maintain five-point gap over Man City; Mohamed Salah gives Liverpool lead from spot, but Gabriel Jesus equalises; Kevin De Bruyne then misses first-half penalty after Joe Gomez was penalised for handball.
Kevin De Bruyne put a first-half penalty wide as Manchester City failed to close the gap on Liverpool following a lively draw at the Etihad Stadium.
Liverpool set up for an early blitz and got the opener through Mohamed Salah's penalty after Kyle Walker left a knee on Sadio Mane 13 , but City found rhythm and levelled as Gabriel Jesus poked under Alisson 31 following a wonderful touch for his sixth goal in seven Premier League games.
In a breathless first half, City were then awarded a controversial penalty by VAR after Joe Gomez handled De Bruyne's cross, but the Belgian gave us a collector's item as he struck the spot-kick wide Liverpool then retreated in a game of two distinct halves - Jesus' unmarked header wide the only clear-cut chance - and it remained level as Jurgen Klopp's side failed to move top of the Premier League, but kept their five-point leader over City, who have a game in hand.
This first half was 45 minutes of football for the ages, the level of attacking "world-class" according to Gary Neville, as the Premier League's top two sides in recent years went full pelt.
Jurgen Klopp insisted before kick-off his side would be brave at the Etihad, and he was true to his word as Liverpool burst out of the blocks with what became a formation on the ball.
And they got the goal their early energy deserved as Walker stuck out a knee to catch Mane on the left of the box after some lovely Liverpool build-up play, and Salah's spot-kick was too strong for Ederson, despite guessing correctly to his right.
City weren't happy though, in events eerily similar to last season's Anfield clash when a City handball shout preceded Liverpool's opener.
Forty-five seconds before the goal at the other end, Raheem Sterling had been nudged on the edge of the box by Diogo Jota, but because the incident was not inside the penalty area and in a much earlier phase of play, it was not reviewed by VAR.
After Sterling's effort from an acute angle was blocked well by Alisson, City began to locate the gaps in Liverpool's midfield. Georginio Wijnaldum was pulled out of position, meaning De Bruyne could feed Jesus in the box, and his sublime touch on the turn - the Brazilian claimed afterwards he meant it - allowed him to gain a yard on Trent Alexander-Arnold and poke under Alisson from eight yards before Joel Matip could block.
VAR then got involved to add to the drama as Gomez blocked De Bruyne's cross with his hand in the box, awarded by referee Anthony Taylor after consulting the pitch-side monitor.
It has been an unusual Premier League season so far, but the sight of De Bruyne sticking his penalty wide was up there with the most bizarre.
The second half was more measured as both sides desperately looked for control; Jesus missed a fine chance to put City ahead, heading wide unmarked after Joao Cancelo brilliantly found him behind the Liverpool defence.
City had the chance to take the lead before the break. Liverpool faded as an attacking threat as the minutes ticked by, not aided by the loss of Alexander-Arnold to injury, but avoided suffering any late knockout blow, thereby maintaining the five-point gap between themselves and City.
The battle between the champions and the team they dethroned did not disappoint during the opening half, not even the incessant Manchester rain putting a dampener on proceedings.
Klopp said before kick-off it "made sense" to go with Jota and Firmino — a bold approach that worked early on — but withdrew the latter before the hour.
Jota stayed on for the full game and his 50th-minute attempt, saved easily by Ederson, was the last on target by either side, while City's final tally of seven shots was their lowest in a home league game since February Special offers.
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Entering the new season, the pressure of winning the Premier League for Pep Guardiola is no small thing, along with huge expectations in the UEFA Champions League, where Manchester City have never been themselves in big games.