Weekend fixtures saw Liverpool defeated Man City 3-1 in the EPL to stay 9 points clear of the defending champions and eight-point clear of the second on the log Leicester City and third Chelsea who are only goals adrift of Leicester and a point ahead of Man City.

City who currently sit 4th on log believed the first goal shouldn't have stood as Trent Alexander-Arnold fouled in Liverpool 18 yards 22 seconds before o Fabinho fired the hosts ahead.

The tempo rises as "Pep Guardiola and his entire backroom staff display a moment of grievance said that Alexander-Arnold's arms had not been in an un-natural position when the ball struck him. A VAR review did not pull the back the game to hand Man City a penalty - and rule out Fabinho's goal.

Moments later Mohamed Salah headed in the second before Sadio Mane netted the third to put the game out of sight for Pep's men before Bernardo Silva's late consolation goal.

City's miserable run at Anfield continues - with one win in 29 visits, but Pep Guardiola believes he wasn't disappointed the way his team performs during the match despite a controversial VAR call as the players played so well regardless.

City's next game will against Chelsea at the Etihad Stadium which probably would be an opportunity to pick a maximum 3point when they meet.