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Liverpool Break 65 Years Old Record After Defeat To Man City At Anfield

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It was an emphatic victory for Manchester City as the Citizens recorded a comfortable three points against Liverpool. 

Pep Guardiola might be the happier manager at the end of 90 minutes as the former Bayern Munich boss has poor record at Anfield stadium. 

Just so you know, Manchester City haven't won at Anfield since 2003, but today, City thumped the Premier League defending champions 4-1. 

Manchester City had the first opportunity when Fabinho fouled Raheem Sterling in the box but Ilkay Gundogan missed in the 36 minutes. 

But three minutes into the second half, Gundogan made amends from his earlier miss as he gave Manchester City the lead. 

From then, Guardiola side controlled the tempo of the game, but were pecked back in the 62 minutes when a long ball from Trent Alexander-Arnold found Salah who was challenged by Rúben Diaz. Salah sent Ederson the wrong way to make it 1-1.

But City scored two quick goals under minutes as Alisson Becker made errors which were capitalized by Manchester City, with Gundogan scoring his second and Sterling headed home into an empty net for the third goal. 

In the 82nd minutes, Phil Foden lashed home a left foot shot to round the stunning performance for Guardiola's side.


According to OptaJoe stats,Liverpool were the first to Premier League defending champions to loose three straight games at home. 

Recall that Liverpool have fallen to defeats against Burnley, Brighton and now Manchester City. 

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