The Reds have been granted a license to play in the top-flight next season, and will be aiming for their first Premier League title since 1990.
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Mohamed Salah has already scored six Premier League goals this season.
After a moment of brilliance from Mohamed Salah seemed to have won Liverpool victory in an Anfield thriller, Kevin de Bruyne’s deflected late equalizer earned Manchester City a well-deserved point.
City, the reigning champions, and Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool were all expecting to overtake Chelsea at the top of the Premier League standings, but this outcome keeps Thomas Tuchel’s team clear at the top.
City controlled the first half but squandered many opportunities, and were punished when Sadio Mane took advantage of another Salah brilliance to put Liverpool ahead after 59 minutes.
Liverpool’s advantage lasted just 10 minutes when Phil Foden, who had tormented James Milner all game, received a ball from Gabriel Jesus and blasted a low, angled finish past Alisson at the Kop end.
After Milner avoided a second yellow card for brazenly upending Bernardo Silva, City boss Pep Guardiola was understandably enraged, but Anfield erupted in delight after 76 minutes when Salah slalomed past a series of City players to smash home a magnificent finish.
City deserved at least a point, which they got when De Bruyne’s strike deflected off Joel Matip and past Alisson with nine minutes remaining.
With five minutes left, the Reds could have won it, but Rodri’s incredible stop saved Fabinho’s goalbound shot out.
Salah’s unrivaled performance lifts Liverpool.
In the past, Liverpool has bullied City at Anfield, but the tables were reversed here in the first half, with the champions dominating possession and pushing the hosts back in a way that Klopp has seldom seen in previous seasons.
Klopp’s side needed a spark to go back to their old selves, and it was Egyptian star Salah who delivered with a brilliant second-half display.
The Egyptian first demonstrated his skill by setting up Mane for a goal that was scored against the flow of play but came as a consequence of Liverpool picking up the tempo in the second half. Salah’s run and pass were flawless, and his attacking partner gladly took the offer to complete the task in style.
Salah produced a goal that will live long in the memory after the outstanding Foden pulled City level. He twisted and spun in between a slew of City players before slamming an unstoppable finish past Ederson.
It was a goal worthy of winning any match, but Liverpool could not complain about just earning a point in a game in which they battled to assert their dominance.
Salah’s masterclass, on the other hand, once again shown that he belongs among the game’s best.
For City, Foden demonstrates his class.
Foden’s significance for City was further shown when he caused Milner a nightmare for the 78 minutes he remained on the field, scoring a vital equalize just as The Kop thought their side had finally gained dominance.
Milner, filling in for Trent Alexander-Arnold, struggled to deal with Foden, escaping with a foul on the outside of the area that went unpunished before getting booked for dragging the teenager down in a frantic manner.
City were obviously keen to probe Liverpool’s right-hand side, where Milner was not getting much help, and it was no surprise when Foden found himself in space to equalize the game with a superb finish that left Allison with little chance.
City responded well to their Champions League defeat to Paris St-Germain in midweek, but concerns will be asked about the absence of a recognized striker after a slew of first-half opportunities were missed.
City’s play was methodical, and it took two rare moments of brilliance from Salah to open them, with Ruben Dias and Aymeric Laporte strong at the back.
It would have been harsh on City if they didn’t get at least a point, and Guardiola’s delight was palpable when De Bruyne equalised, despite the fact that he was enraged at the time after referee Paul Tierney refused to show Milner a second yellow card, despite earning one himself after his vociferous protests continued after Salah had restored Liverpool’s lead.
Up the past eight days, City has put in outstanding performances against two clubs generally considered to be its closest Premier League championship contenders, winning at Chelsea and drawing at Anfield.
Guardiola will consider four points a fair return, and he will be pleased that his squad might have had more, even pushing for a winner in the last minutes.
Rodri, on the other hand, made the most important contribution in this tense finish, blocking Fabinho in a crowded goalmouth as he seemed to be on his way to scoring the game-winner.
Guardiola was all smiles again after the final whistle after making a vital intervention.
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Liverpool 2 Manchester City 2 is the final score.
Liverpool 2 Manchester City 2 at the conclusion of the second half.
Manchester City has a corner. Mohamed Salah has given up a goal.
Attempt was thwarted. The right footed attempt from the right side of the box by Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City) is stopped. Raheem Sterling provided the assist.
Attempt was thwarted. The right footed attempt from the left side of the six yard box by Fabinho (Liverpool) is blocked. Mohamed Salah assisted with a cross.
Bernardo Silva was called for a foul (Manchester City).
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah is awarded a free kick on the right flank.
Gabriel Jesus has committed a foul (Manchester City).
Liverpool’s Sadio Mané is awarded a free kick in the attacking half.
Gabriel Jesus has committed a foul (Manchester City).
Liverpool’s Curtis Jones earns a free kick on the left wing.
The attempt was unsuccessful. From a direct free kick, Kyle Walker’s right-footed attempt from outside the area is too high.
Liverpool’s Fabinho receives a yellow card for a nasty foul.
Manchester City’s Bernardo Silva is awarded a free kick in the attacking half.
Fabinho commits a foul (Liverpool).
Goal! Liverpool drew 2-2 with Manchester City. Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne scored a goal with a left-footed drive from beyond the area.
Manchester City has a corner. Joel Matip made the concession.
Liverpool has made a substitution. James Milner is replaced by Joseph Gomez.
Manchester City’s Bernardo Silva receives a yellow card.
Goal! Liverpool 2, Manchester City 1. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) right footed shot to the bottom left corner from a tough angle on the right. Curtis Jones assisted.
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