Klopp slams Kompany decision: "how is that not a red card?!"

Kenny Dalglish was in charge when Liverpool last won the league

Kenny Dalglish was in charge when Liverpool last won the league

Man City 1-2 Liverpool - The match in photos.

Ilkay Gundogan feels Manchester City are under "great" pressure to beat Liverpool and cut the Reds' Premier League lead.

"We reduced the gap but still they are on top of the table and still it is four points", Guardiola told a news conference. "He is the smallest one but shows us that to play football you don't have to be taller or more physical". A player makes a decision, goes on the ground, makes a sliding tackle and wants to defend the situation. It's something from within, it's desire, it's something you can't describe and today it was there and it made us a better team. "Winning means it is tight again". Guardiola has spent more than $126m on full-backs alone, but an injury to star-signing Benjamin Mendy has left a void at left-back which has caused obvious problems.

The striker has netted four times so far this season, as Liverpool push towards a potential league title win which would be their first since 1990. "We knew that it was a final today, if we lose it is nearly over", Guardiola said. Fabian Delph is a midfielder and [Oleksandr] Zinchenko is a number 10.

City's recent slump in form was blamed on the absence of Fernandinho and the Brazilian proved his worth once again with an incredible performance. These guys destroy all the opponents - Mane, Salah and Firmino they destroy everybody.

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Guardiola's men got back on track with a win against Southampton on Sunday, and have not been struggling to score goals even through their rough patch. "With the first action we were lucky, I know that, but we had many chances to kill the game".

Klopp was angry that Anthony Taylor, the referee, showed the Manchester City captain only a yellow card for a sliding two-footed challenge on Salah in the first half, when the match was scoreless. Stones had slammed the ball against his own keeper Ederson and was relieved to get away with the scruffy moment.

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"I don't know exactly, but I heard it was pretty close with our goal".

Liverpool were ready to celebrate a freak opener but Stones recovered brilliantly to clear off the line - goalline technology proving he had done so with just 11mm to spare. "Those sort of things can change a game".

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