Fans were surprised that a game that normally produces so many goals ended up in such a tight affair at Anfield.
City learnt from their past visits to the ground and Pep Guardiola didn't attack as freely as he normally would. This resulted in a cagey 0-0 result.
At the end of the day Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool have the same points at the top of the table, as the defending champions lead on goal difference.
Another performance from Willian that makes you wonder why Chelsea didn’t accept Barca’s bid...— Alex Goldberg (@AlexGoldberg_) October 7, 2018
It finished, Valencia 1 Barcelona 1— Marks Maponyane (@MarksMaponyane) October 7, 2018
Liverpool's game dropped once Keita replaced injured Milner. 2nd time this week midfield's disrupted. Firmino & Mane tired, while Salah is still taking too many touches. Mo was playing well a week ago but lacks confidence atm. Man City improved tactically & played better #LIVMCI— Ignat Football (@IgnatFootball) October 7, 2018
FullTime 0-0 #LIVMCI— Kalusha Bwalya (@KalushaPBwalya) October 7, 2018
Messi did what he does best, 1 all.— Marks Maponyane (@MarksMaponyane) October 7, 2018
Penalty on Suarez— Kalusha Bwalya (@KalushaPBwalya) October 7, 2018
Penalty.— robertmarawa (@robertmarawa) October 7, 2018
Mahrez should have listened to Jesus.#LIVMCI— robertmarawa (@robertmarawa) October 7, 2018
Interesting how football analysts only interested in lots of goals. To the contrary I found the 1st half of Liverpool v Man City very interesting. MCFC clearly learning from past mistakes at Anfield, adjusting their game which makes for a more fascinating contest for LFC #LIVMCI— Ignat Football (@IgnatFootball) October 7, 2018
This log is a dog eat dog, December bumper fixtures will give us direction pic.twitter.com/a9dJ6Avcct— Marks Maponyane (@MarksMaponyane) October 7, 2018
Lovren when he goes home later tonight pic.twitter.com/HDWJGq0T3w— Troll Football (@TrollFootball) October 7, 2018