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09 October 2018, 11:13 | Anna Jefferson
Marco Silva hailed his side's performance at the King Power Stadium
Yet it was an absorbing game and one that ended with both Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola proving that they can organise a back four as well as a front three.
City manager Guardiola prevented Jesus from taking the 86th-minute spot-kick, instead opting for club-record signing Riyad Mahrez, who fired his effort over the bar as the champions drew 0-0 at Anfield on Monday (AEDT).
"I think to keep a clean sheet after a penalty in the last five minutes makes me a very happy man".
"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", Robertson told Sky Sports News.
He's a footballer who plays in the position of striker and so it really isn't very surprising that scoring goals is pretty much his modus operandi and probably his favourite thing to do in the world.
The dreaded worldwide break has begun but it comes at a great time for Liverpool after a draining run of fixtures.
"Stones and Laporte are good and they are so young but they need experience in games like today on big stages like Anfield against maybe the most risky three strikers in the world". Dejan Lovern has been handed his first Premier League start of the season, Trent Alexander Arnold is on the bench.
"I think it is not about these games, it is all about the other games, the hard games which we have against mid-table and lower teams", the centre-half said.
It depends on your point of view, but the reality is that this was simply a day when the defenders turned up and did what they are paid to do. So stick around and I'll give you instant highlights of the goals as they go in, along with the usual pre-match chat.
"Even if Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain comes back, [Naby] Keita goes in or Fabinho goes in they are all the same".
"I look at Liverpool's midfield and I bet they are three great lads, who work their socks off but they just haven't got that little bit of quality in games like this to look one way and deliver a pass the other way".
'We made it hard for them and they made it hard for us at times but that's how it is.
The Premier League now takes a two-week break for the global window with City next in action at home to Burnley on October 20th.
In the end he was proved correct, because while Jesus was not guaranteed to score, Mahrez missed his penalty spectacularly, a miss which was his fifth out of the last eight penalties he's taken.
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