Liverpool fail to make most of City slip with draw

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Harry Maguire cancelled out Sadio Mane's early opener as Leicester City picked up an unlikely point with a 1-1 draw against

Walker posted the comment and then deleted it after Liverpool were held 1-1 by Leicester City at Anfield on Wednesday.

The draw was not for a lack of effort, with a couple of decent penalty shouts being turned down and Harry Maguire escaping with a yellow card for bringing down fellow goalscorer Sadio Mane as the Senegal worldwide threatened to break clean through on goal.

In yesterday's other game, Wilfried Zaha scored and was later sent off for Crystal Palace in a 1-1 draw at Southampton.

"You get that feeling as well from the crowd and I think it's not really necessary at the moment".

"Of course I am proud of my players", he said. "But I don't bring it together with the Man City game".

The Newcastle defeat was City's fourth in the league this season but Guardiola felt there was no lack of motivation to do better for a side fighting on four fronts including the Champions League.

"Yeah, happy so far but still a lot to come", Klopp said at a pre-match conference.

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"When people say we are the ideal team and we are invincible, my answer is always the same; every game we must improve. and sometimes there are ups and down".

"It's the only way I know, that after a negative result we need to focus on the way we play and the mentality".

"The boys are normal human beings, I am absolutely a normal human being".

"We were just preparing for the game: in the morning we trained and nobody talked about it". Not too much, to be honest. We have a point more than before - it is not exactly what we wanted to have, but still everything is fine.

"The first half we had 80 percent of the ball, so only one team suffered and it was us". Mane would have been clear for a one-on-one with Leicester keeper Kasper Schmeichel.

We've all seen that picture of Harry Maguire speaking to his other half after the World Cup quarter final win over Sweden.

"We had even commercial things going on around the pitch - next time, first of all, there will be no commercial if it is snowing, and we will have enough shovels to clear the pitch". We were unlucky with the goal in the last second before half-time.

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