Manchester City continues to prove that it is the best team of the moment in the Premier League, after beating Liverpool 1-4 as a visitor.
All the goals came in the second half, although City had a chance when İlkay Gündoğan (DEU) missed a penalty on 37 ‘.
At 48 ‘the first goal fell. Sterling (ENG) beat Alexander-Arnold (ENG) and Allison (BRA) saved the shot but there was Gündoğan to make up for his mistake in the first half with a shot that put the light blues ahead.
Salah (EGY) drew a penalty at 63 ‘. From then on, Manchester City went ahead with everything and they were an impossible railway to stop. Gündoğan scored again, at 73 ‘and Sterling at 76’, both after passes in the small area.
Finally a good shot from the left by Phil Foden (ENG) meant the fourth and last goal.
With this result, Manchester City reached 50 points and 14 consecutive games won, which equals the historical record in top-level English tournaments: before Preston in 1892 and Arsenal, in 1987.
They are five points ahead of the rest, and with a game less than their closest rivals … One of them being Liverpool: fourth, with 40 points.