The Premier League title race remains too close to announce after Manchester City and Liverpool played one of the best games of the season on Sunday.
It ended 2–2 to leave City still a point clear, albeit with an inferior goal difference, going into the teams final seven matches of the season.
City led 2-1 at half-time after goals from Kevin De Bruyne and Gabriel Jesus came either side of a Diogo Jota equalizer.
It was the first time Liverpool had lost at half-time in the EPL this season and they weren’t left behind for long.
Sadio Mane leveled the game again in the first minute of the second half.
Both teams then had chances to win the game, with Riyad Mahrez twice coming close to City late in the game.
Mahrez hit the post from a free kick and then sent a lobbed effort off target in the fourth minute of stoppage time.
Highlights of Manchester City 2-2 Liverpool
The draw means the overall head-to-head record between managers Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp remains extremely close.
Klopp have won nine of their 23 meetings, Guardiola eight and there have been six draws.
However, one of those draws was technically a victory for Guardiola as his City side claimed victory over Liverpool in the ensuing penalty shootout.