Liverpool were held to a 2-2 draw by Manchester City in a tie of the Premier League’s heavyweights.
Liverpool hosted last season’s champions at the Anfield stadium on Sunday but failed to secure all three points as Man City twice came from behind to steal one point.
Pep Guardiola’s side had bossed the first half but couldn’t find the back of the net.
However, Liverpool came out strong for the second half to ensure a trilling 4-goal match.
Sadio Mane had put his side in front in the 59th minute, shortly after the resumption of the second half. Phil Foden pulled Man City levelled in 69th minute.
Mohammed Salah produced a stunning strike to put Liverpool ahead for the second time in the game, however Kevin De Bruyne strike ensure the match ended as a draw.
Following the draw, Liverpool dropped to second position with 15 points while Man City remained in third with 14 points.
Reacting to the draw, Foden said it is disappointing not to get all the three points.
In his words, “It’s very difficult place to come – one of the hardest, but I thought we dealt with it well. It was such a brilliant game – it had it all. It was disappointing not to go into half time ahead but we dug in and in the end we’re pleased with the point but disappointed to not get three.
“It shows our character. We haven’t won here a lot. We played really well today. There wasn’t a lot of room to shoot at goal so I just put my laces through it.”