Twitter reacts Manchester City held to goalless draw by Liverpool

Twitter reacts Manchester City held to goalless draw by Liverpool

Twitter reacts Manchester City held to goalless draw by Liverpool

"[After] 85 minutes, you obviously get a bit worn out, and that moment goes by in a split second and I made a decision to dive in, which is not what I would normally do".

Yet there was a sense of what could have been for Guardiola, as City had two clear penalty kick shouts in each half (other than the one Mahrez skied).

A 0-0 draw, but Mahrez was not spared for costing his side three points. "It was not smart from me personally and hopefully it will never happen again".

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

Billed as a showdown between the champions and the most likely challengers to their title, City and Liverpool ended the day in a three-way share of the Premier League lead alongside Chelsea.

But the door is certainly open for him in the next month to break into the Liverpool XI, with games against Huddersfield Town, Red Star Belgrade and Cardiff City to play in October.

"If you play so quick they are much better than us".

Liverpool Manager, Jurgen Klopp has tipped Arsenal to challenge his team and Manchester City for this season's Premier League title.

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"It is an unbelievable challenge to face Man City and as the last game it makes the challenge even bigger", Klopp said.

All three have yet to lose a match this season but while Liverpool have been touted as the main challengers to City, Chelsea have shown they deserve to be in the conversation.

"We already knew what we had to do if we want to compete to win something".

Both London clubs have enjoyed impressive starts to the 2018-19 campaign, with Chelsea joint-top going into the second worldwide break of the season.

"We aim to improve every game and we want to win every game".

The Brazilian midfielder, who has linked up with his country for the worldwide break, has played three times for the Reds this season totalling 101 minutes.

"It means you play for something if you play a lot of games: Champions League, the cups and the Premier League". We have to all keep going and now it is internationals.

"I'm the captain [of Netherlands] and we have a very important game against Germany, so we have to try to be ready for that one and then try to get a bit of rest after that one".

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