Gabriel Jesus unhappy he was not allowed to take Manchester City penalty

Gabriel Jesus unhappy he was not allowed to take Manchester City penalty

Gabriel Jesus unhappy he was not allowed to take Manchester City penalty

'Now I have to look forward.

You always say champions win or pick points up when they're not playing well, Liverpool aren't at their best at the moment.

He said: "I've missed a few, but it is part of football".

The Etihad giants could have had two earlier penalties before Mahrez's miss while the Algerian also dragged a good chance just wide. That's why I say, going away is not a big problem, but now you call a manager of any country and ask him to leave out one or two players and he says: 'I am under pressure as well, ' because now it's Nations Cup. "How we played was different to previous seasons".

It did at least bring an end to a run of three successive defeats against Liverpool, who knocked City out of the Champions League in the quarterfinals last season.

You have to go further down the table to find Manchester United in eighth place and, much like Arsenal, I do not see them as title contenders at all. "That's the work they have to do, the analysis of penalty-takers".

"He did not start in the first 11 today but when he was on he scored within a minute and that gives confidence for both him and us". We have played City often and they are outstanding.

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.

After a blistering start from Liverpool, Pep Guardiola's side recovered and pressed the home side but they held on until the interval. To come to Anfield and get a clean sheet is something us as defenders are really proud of and as a team I thought everyone put the shift in and did their jobs for the team. We were all disappointed with Wednesday as a 90 minutes as a whole, so we wanted to get off to a fast start. To respond is really important when the next opponent is Manchester City. "Riyad feels deflated, he feels he has let us down", he said. We were back on track even after we had to change Milly [James Milner] which you never want to do, especially in the first half.

United have plenty of time to make up the ground they have lost on the leaders, but there is a reason they are already off the pace and, like the Gunners, I think their main aim now will just be to finish fourth.

Algeria worldwide Mahrez blazed the resulting spot-kick over, but City will still go into the global break on top of the Premier League table. They are incredibly quick and we controlled them outstandingly, but we didn't create too much.

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