Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus 'unhappy' at Riyad Mahrez taking penalty vs. Liverpool

Liverpool vs. Manchester City final score, recap: Mahrez misses penalty kick in a scoreless draw

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Liverpool's 0-0 draw with Man City may not have been a Premier League classic, but some interesting statistics came out of the game.

Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur sit just two points behind the leading pack, too, and Robertson expects the race to involve several teams throughout the campaign.

"We feel we can compete with any team but people seem to be just dismissing other teams and making it a two-horse race, which is not the case", the Scotland global told Sky Sports.

"But we played City today". They have been on a great run.

Jesus, who has scored two goals this season, revealed that Guardiola apologised to him after the game.

But to the Brazilian's disappointment, Pep Guardiola signalled Mahrez to take the spot kick which he promptly sent high and wide.

"We were so defensively solid". We were all disappointed with Wednesday as a 90 minutes as a whole, so we wanted to get off to a fast start. Even though they were 1-0 for so long, I did feel like they were really struggling to stay in the game - but doing well in the game at the same time.

"Both teams did well, and we were a bit lucky with the penalty of course".

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James Milner's hamstring injury changed the complexion of the game as City took advantage of Naby Keita's arrival to exert their influence in opposition territory, although again without any real danger for their hosts. Unfortunately, the deadlock wasn't broken. However, it was important that we didn't lose.

The flop at Anfield should have resulted in a Manchester City win.

It also extended Liverpool's run without conceding a home league goal to 811 minutes.

The right-back also had two of his side's four shots, which is a rather damning indictment of the midfield and forward line's goal threat. "It was nice to keep hold of it", said Gomez of the clean sheet.

Mourinho has strangled the life out of games at Anfield a few times and been condemned for it, but Guardiola now appears to have taken a leaf out of the United manager's book by accepting that tactics need to be altered for games like these.

City were handed a glorious opportunity to pick up their first win since 2003 when they were awarded a penalty in the final minutes.

"As a unit, it's all of us". I think it will be very hard to cover so large a gap in one season. "We want to do it collectively".

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