Livid Pep Guardiola taunts Liverpool fans as Phil Foden goal disallowed for Man City


Salah had another chance just after the hour mark as he cut inside on his favoured left foot and attempted to bend an effort into the far corner, but his effort went just wide before he thought he was being substituted off for Fabio Carvalho, to which he was perplexed and had a conversation with Jurgen Klopp before returning to the field and Harvey Elliott came off instead.

Klopp will have been thankful that Salah did stay on the pitch, as minutes later he found himself through on goal for the second time and was able to beat Ederson to give the Reds the lead.

A win for Manchester City would not have taken them top of the Premier League however, as Arsenal defeated Leeds 1-0 earlier in the day to go four points ahead of Guardiola’s side. After a lengthy delay when a powercut meant that the on-field referee could not communicate with VAR, Bukayo Saka scored the only goal of the game to extend the Gunners’ lead at the top of the table.


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