The Premier League title race remains nip and tuck after Manchester City and Liverpool
played out a pulsating 2-2 draw on Sunday in Manchester.
City took the lead in the first five minutes when Kevin De Bruyne's deflected shot flew past a despairing Alisson in goal.
But Liverpool bit back soon after, with Diogo Jota tapping home from close range.
And in an pulsating first-half, Gabriel Jesus tapped Manchester City
back into the lead only for Sadio Mane to equalize 47 seconds after half-time.
The draw means City have a one-point lead over Liverpool at the top of the Premier League
with just seven games remaining of the season.
Enthralling battleFrom the first whistle, it was an enthralling battle at the Etihad Stadium.
City and Liverpool play out
Two of the most entertaining teams in Europe are both in excellent form and coached by two of the best managers in the world.