Liverpool's African players were the main reason for the draw at Anfield on Sunday 3 October. Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mané scored both goals for the Reds in their 2-2 draw with Manchester City on Sunday.
In a high-intensity match, Liverpool and Manchester City played out a 2-2 draw on Sunday 3 October in the eighth round of the Premier League. The clash lived up to all expectations. The two teams scored all four goals in twenty minutes. Twenty minutes of madness
After a goalless first half, Liverpool had more chances at the beginning of the second half. The Reds were in the lead in the 59th minute when Senegalese striker Sadio Mané put them ahead after a brilliant pass from Mo Salah. But City responded. Phil Phoden equalized in the 69th minute. The two teams then played an intense game and gave each other a run for their money.
Mohamed Salah managed to score Liverpool's second goal (76th). He slalomed through the Citizens' defense and beat Edersen with his right foot. Pharaonic. The Egyptian has made a stratospheric start to the season with five Premier League goals and nine goals in all competitions.
However, the visiting side had not said their last word as Kevin De Bruyne brought City level (81st). The two teams ended up 2-2. Liverpool thus missed the opportunity to take the lead in the Premier League. Liverpool are now second in the table with 15 points behind Chelsea (16 pts). Manchester City are in third place (14 pts).