Jurgen Klopp won the game to Pep Guardiola and put distance between both teams
Broken and at the mercy of an unstoppable Liverpool, this is how Manchester City looked in his worst defeat of the season at Anfield in a game marked by a dubious VAR action and the nine points that already separate Pep Guardiola and Jürgen Klopp.
The goals of Fabinho, Salah and Mané disarmed the City, incredulous before a penalty by Trent Alexander-Arnold that neither the referee nor the VAR appreciated and that became the cornerstone of the protests and celestial despair.
Once again, Liverpool became medicine in the City. Without the untouchability of last season and with a Desperate Guardiola in the band, City died as the minutes passed. He ran out of oxygen pressed by himYou tireless men in red, immune to everything and boosted by their bleachers.
It only clouded his victory somewhat by Bernardo Silva late and that left no room for maneuver to the City.
The 3-1 seemed even little loot for a Liverpool that did not suffer and that if I had wanted it I could have done much more damage.
For now, The biggest dagger is the nine points ahead of the City. Nine units that cause now the top rival in the classification is no longer the Guardiola teamplaced fourth but the Leicester City, second to eight points.