English Premier league leaders Manchester City took a giant leap towards the title after a 4-1 win over Liverpool at the Anfield stadium last evening.
The win sees the Pep Guardiola coached side go 10 points clear of Liverpool.
Speedy winger Raheem Sterling and man of the match Phil Foden scored a goal each while Ilkay Gundogan bagged a brace for a 4-1 win.
Egyptian Mohammed Salah scored through the penalty for a consolation goal for the noJurgen Klopp coached side.
However it was Liverpool’s goalkeeper on the receiving end with two unforced errors in the space of four minutes allowing Gundogan and Sterling score to dramatically haul the contest and seemingly the Premier League crown – back in City’s favour.
City are now on a 14-game winning streak, 10 points ahead of Liverpool and five clear of Manchester United, with a game in hand.
Liverpool, Anfield charm continue to further diminish with the reds failing to replicate their glory day’s.
City have never won a game away at Liverpool since 2003.
Reds on the other hand have not lost 3 games in a row in the league at home since 1963.