Liverpool and Manchester City shared the stakes 2-2 on Sunday in the shock of Matchday 7 of the Premier League. The Reds led twice to the score but the Citizens snatched a point thanks to a goal from Kevin De Bruyne, who played the entire game. In the standings, Liverpool remain 2nd with 15 points, one less than Chelsea. City are 3rd with 14 units like Manchester United (4th), Everton (5th) and Brighton (6th). With Mohamed Salah, Virgil van Dijk, Jordan Henderson and Sadio Mané, the Reds started to charge and settled in the opposing camp. Despite their will, the Reds were harmless against the Citizens, very cautious for about twenty minutes.
From that point on, the visitors ramped up and became more dangerous. But they did not play fairer like De Bruyne, who measured his passes better but sent his header well above while he was alone at the far post (34th).
On the resumption, Liverpool strongly raised the tone on the offensive plan and Mané was rewarded (59th, 1-0). While he had not offered anything until then, City equalized thanks to Phil Foden, who benefited from a personal effort from Gabriel Jesus (69th, 1-1). Thanks to a superb job from Salah, Liverpool led a second time to the mark (76th, 2-1). But this 6th but of the Egyptian was erased by De Bruyne with a recovery rolled up to the ground (81st, 2-2).
This goal from the Belgian responded to an impressive technical festival from Mohamed Salah, who had given the advantage to the locals a few minutes earlier. Admire: