The English clash ended with Liverpool defeating Manchester City 3-1 in Anfield on Sunday. The reds open up an eight-point lead at the top of the Premier League standings.
Two goals in 13 minutes from Fabinho and Mohamed Salah gave the European champions a dream start. Sadio Mane’s diving header, scored at the beginning of the second half, sealed City’s fate. Even if Bernardo Silva scored a goal at the end of the match, it doesn’t change anything in that City has just conceded its third defeat in eight league matches.
Liverpool have taken a big step forward towards a first Premier League title in 30 years after that evening on Sunday evening 10th November 2019, a match that will surely be a landmark in England. With this defeat, City found herself in fourth place, nine points behind Liverpool and with a mountain to climb to win a third straight title.