Liverpool and Manchester City both missed the chance to knock Chelsea off the summit of the English Premier League table after both sides settled for a 2-2 draw in the Super Sunday clash at Anfield.
Despite creating a handful of chances in the first 45 minutes, the first half failed to produce any goal.
However Sadio Mane broke the deadlock for the Reds; scoring just before the half-hour mark off an assist from his strike partner, Mohamed Salah.
However, Phil Foden equalised for Pep Guardiola’s 10 minutes with Gabriel Jesus providing the assist.
Salah was on hand to restore Liverpool’s lead in the 71st but the Reds had the advantage for just five minutes with Kevin de Bruyne pulling City level again.
There was still time for even more late drama, as desperate blocks from Rodri and Andy Robertson in the final moments prevented either side grabbing a late winner.
While both teams huffed and puffed for a likely winning goal, that did not happen as the game ended 2-2.