The biggest game in English football ended in a 1:1 draw, after visitors, Liverpool failed to capitalise on the many chances they created, allowing Manchester City to scrap out a point.
The game was fairly even, however, the defending champions first got on the scoresheet through Mo Salah, after Sadio Mane was tripped in the box by Kyle Walker. The Egyptian stepped up and converted from the penalty spot to give the visitors a lead on the 12th minute.
However, City responded in style in the 31st minute, after midfield talisman, Kevin de Bruyne delivered a delicious assist for Jesus to even the scores before the break.
City had the chance to take the lead before halftime, after the VAR judged Liverpool centre back, Joe Gomez to have handled the ball in the box, but the Belgian fired the resulting penalty wide of the goal.
The second half began where the first ended, with both sides trying to find the winner. But it was never to be as both Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp’s men held unto a point apiece, going into the two weeks international break.
Just after the hour mark, Trent Alexander Arnold suffered a calf injury and was replaced by former City midfielder, James Milner.