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Liverpool's goalless draw with Manchester City at Anfield yesterday meant the pair joined Chelsea on 20 points at the top of the table.

STAR MAN - Much is made of Liverpool's attacking front three, but arguably the most impressive player in a Reds shirt during their attempts to break down City was Andy Robertson. "I think we have the possibility to improve".

Starting XI: Ederson (7), Walker (7), Stones (7), Laporte (7), Mendy (6), Bernardo Silva (8), Fernandinho (6), David Silva (8), Mahrez (5), Aguero (6), Sterling (7).

"If somebody would have told me after eight matchdays you have 20 points, I would say with that fixture list: 'I'll buy it, let's start with the ninth matchday, '" Klopp said.

"He said "it's too early" to determine the extent of his injury, but that the midfielder had insisted it wasn't a "'big one'".

"You never know with a penalty". In the end, however, the teams finished just as they started, playing to a 0-0 draw to split the points. The penalty and one or two situations that need a really good save, that is true, but we played City now that often and they are just outstanding. "It shouldn't happen, but obviously very happy we didn't concede". Even when we won 3-0 at home and 4-3 at home, it was not like that.

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"You can not defend them over 95 minutes at 100 percent".

"For both teams it was really intense, and both showed respect for the other team". We did well up until the penalty moment.

It has become something of an insult in the modern game to accuse a team of "parking the bus" when they emerge with their goal unbreached and intact. It is so hard to defend so I am really happy how we did it. However, Riyad Mahrez failed to capitalize on it and blasted the penalty kick way above Alisson's goal.

"As a back four, that's what we go into every game going for. I would not like to speak about the referees, about the decisions", Guardiola said when asked by Pro Soccer Talk.

There was no shortage of goals at Craven Cottage where Arsenal, who lost their opening two league games, provided further proof that they are starting to gel under new manager Unai Emery.


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