Mane and Salah alongside Foden De Bruyne scored as Liverpool and Manchester City played out a 2-2 draw in the Premier League, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The biggest fixture for the weekend between The Reds and Citizens started out evenly balance in the first half which wasn’t too tactical for anything to happen.
Pep Guardiola’s Man City who defeated Chelsea in their previous game started out very well as they push forward with every firepower inside them which didn’t result in any goal.
Liverpool were calm as everything was going on with them having the home advantage and the quality to make things happen while they continued making sure everything work out.
The game was too tactical for a goal to come as both teams were able to deal with everything thrown at them as opportunities were surplus but nothing to make it count.
Nothing could separate them as the first half of the rivalry ended with Liverpool playing a goalless draw against Man City at Anfield as they both headed for the break after a balanced 45 minutes.
Second Half Report
The second half was different as goals were recorded from both ends who showed so much quality and firepower while attacking each other.
More good football coming from the two teams who carried on attacking an defending perfectly as they still couldn’t find a breakthrough despite everything done.
It was Liverpool who made things happen as Sadio Mane scored in the 59th minute of the game which saw the scoreline turned 1-0 after he teamed up with Mohamed Salah who made the assist.
Man City had to wait until the 69th minute for them to score the leveler which came through Phil Foden to make the scoreline 1-1 after an amazing buildup in attacking.
Mohamed Salah restored the lead for the Reds in the 76th minute when the Egyptian teamed up with youngster Curtis Jones which saw them taking a 2-1 advantage against their opponent.
Things were far from done as Kevin De Bruyne leveled things back for the Citizens 2-2 in the 81st minutes with a defleacted left foot strike which beat the goalkeeper.
The match carried on without anything separating them as it ended with Liverpool and Man City settling for a 2-2 draw after an amazing 90 minutes of good football.
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