Liverpool Ends Man City Fine Run In A Seven Goal Thriller

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The top two scoring teams in the Premier League met on Sunday at Anfield, Liverpool welcoming Manchester City on Sunday.

Millions of football fans gathered together to a match that was always going to have goals. The Merseyside Reds, went to yesterday’s game,facing the undefeated Manchester City, the two sides were separated with 18 points in the standings. Citizens are leaders, Liverpool battle for the top four, with no Philippe Coutinho through a British world record fee.

The fearless Reds of Anfield went front less than 10 minutes thanks to Arsenal reject Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain goal by beating Ederson Santanas on a low ground goal in front Liverpool fans pole.

Neither side was prepared to hold back in the first half, the sky blues came nearly closer to respond in the stroke of 20th minute Kevin De Bruyne facing one across but was not able to score. Next was Leroy Sane to inquire his deflected effort gone just wide followed by Anfield side of relief.

That was until Sane controlled the ball and fired home for the Citizens making City level. It was Pep Guardiola charges that were nearly ahead for the first time early in the second stanza Nicolas Otamendi jumping high before seeing his header shakes the woodwork.

At the other hand Mohamed Salah nearly took the Reds back ahead, which saw his first time shot well kept out by Ederson. It was only seconds later Ederson to deny Chamberlain in the near post. City had all ball possession but Liverpool were the first to strike again, Roberto Firmino showing the coolest header before chipping Ederson, the goal that seems to light to the visitors.

It should have been three down when Sadio Mané attempt went outside to the far post. Not long before he had another chance, this time the Senegalese hit man made no mistake making the score 3-1 to Liverpool.

It was a day to remember by the Merseyside it got even better when the Egyptian award winning star Mo Salah utilized on Ederson mistake and did the rest from range making it a Red four.

By the time City could breathe there were able to get the second, scored by Bernado Silva with a form finish and Ilkay Gundogan was able to control the ball back to Liverpool’s net in the minute added time. In the end however the breathless 90 minutes had a home win, Liverpool ending Man City fine run in this season undisputed thriller.