Liverpool have moved nine points ahead of Manchester City after this evening’s top of the table clash at Anfield which ended 3-1 in favour of the Reds.
The game lived up to its billing with lot of entertainment and controversy.
Trent Alexander-Arnold appeared to handle in the Liverpool box but VAR ruled that there was no penalty.
Fabinho scored for the Reds before Mohamed Salah scored seven minutes later to double Liverpool’s lead.
Salah looked to be offside but again VAR ruled against Manchester City.
City’s lack of organisation at the back proved costly despite having chances in the first half
Liverpool scored a third from another header after Jordan Henderson’s wicked ball reached Sadio Mane who beat Bravo at the near post in the 51st minute.
Bernardo Silva netted a consolation for City just over ten minutes from time.
City’s winless run at Anfield now stretches back to 2003 and Pep Guardiola’s side find themselves fourth in the Premier League going into the international break.
Liverpool sit atop the Premier League with 34 points out of a total 36.