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Sadio Mane struck a crucial equaliser to ensure Liverpool remain just a point behind leaders Manchester City following an enthralling 2-2 draw between the two title rivals at Etihad Stadium.

So often in the past heavyweight showdowns that receive the big build up have failed to deliver. That hasn’t often been the case with this particular rivalry and once again the players on show delivered an exhilarating spectacle. If you wanted evidence to support Jamie Carragher’s pre-match claim that it is the greatest rivalry in English football history, then this went in the former Liverpool star’s favour.
The Reds were far from their best early on but recovered to contribute to another high-quality encounter. City will feel they should have won it to move four points clear but the draw leaves the race intriguingly balanced. Looking at the remaining seven fixtures for each side you would have to say it still favours the Citizens.
City substitute Riyad Mahrez could have won it at the death with a long-range free kick that hit the post and a poor attempt at a chip when sent clear on Alisson, but Liverpool survived to earn a share of the spoils.
The result means the title race remains firmly in the balance with City ahead by just that one point with seven matches left to play.
The two sides will now switch focus to their respective Champions League quarter final second legs on Wednesday before gearing up for their FA Cup semi final showdown at Wembley next Saturday.
Trent Alexander-Arnold chipped in with another fine assist when he touched back Andy Robertson’s sweeping cross for Diogo Jota to coolly steer a low shot beyond Ederson.
City continued to dominate despite the setback and regained the lead when Gabriel Jesus made a late run to beat Liverpool’s offside trap and nip in ahead of Alisson to net off a left-wing cross.
City continued to dominate despite the setback and regained the lead when Gabriel Jesus made a late run to beat Liverpool’s offside trap and nip in ahead of Alisson to net off a left-wing cross.
The visitors were fortunate not to have been further behind at the interval and it proved crucial as they levelled within a minute of the restart.
Mo Salah turned into space on the right and released Mane with a delicious through pass which the Senegalese birthday boy converted with a clinical first-time finish.

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