Liverpool have ended Pep Guardiola’s unbeaten Premier League run as Salah struck to give the Reds a vital three points against City, MySportDab reports
The first half started with Manchester City in control I’m the game as they dominated possession, forcing Liverpool into their own half.
The Reds equally made attempts to have good possession of the ball but could not rival the star-studded City side.
The game continues with both sides unable to find the back of the net.
Despite dominating possession, City could not make their dominance count as they found it difficult to break through the Reds’ defense.
Liverpool had some chance as they depended on counterattack to threaten their opponents but could not make anything happen.
It was still 0-0 as the game neared the end of the first half; both sides countered the efforts of each other as the first half finally ended in a barren draw.
Nothing really happened in the second half of the game as both sides filed into the pitch.
Despite the massive home support of the home fans, Liverpool still played second fiddle to Manchester City on ball possession.
City demonstrated absolute dominance for most of the second half, but were unable to score.
Erling Haaland has a rare chance of firing a low shot, which the Liverpool goalkeeper pointed out for a corner.
In a dramatic turn of events, Liverpool finally got a goal in the 76th minute, with Erling Haaland on the score sheet for the Reds.
The deadly Egyptian forward fired into the back of the net after an assist from Alisson to give the hosts a surprise lead.
Manchester City made frantic attempts to get an equaliser with few minutes remaining in the game, all to no avail.
The game ended Manchester City suffering their first defeat of the season in the hands of Liverpool.