Liverpool 2-0 Man City: Penalty controversy at Half Time
Liverpool 2-0 Man City: Penalty controversy at Half Time
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Liverpool 2-0 Man City: Penalty controversy at Half Time

A penalty controversy has rocked Anfield as Liverpool lead title rivals Manchester 2-0 at the break.

Visitors City thought they had earned a spot-kick in the fifth minute after Alexander-Arnold looked to have handled a Bernado Silva cross but the referee waved play on much to the amazement of Pep Guardiola and Sergio Aguero.

As City went to sleep, Liverpool broke on the counter through Sadio Mane who squared the ball to Fabinho; the Brazilian finishing with aplomb outside the box.

And even before City could settle after the setback, Mohammed Salah scored a second in the 13th minute. It was another beautiful cross from Andy Robertson with the prodding Salah heading in from close range; replays showing that the Egyptian might have been marginally offside.

City was growing in the game with Sergio Aguero missing the target on two occasions as they tried to get back into the game.

The second half awaits.

 

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