They will meet again at Anfield on Sunday as Liverpool look to secure their fourth successive win over City, who now sit of the table. That is what they should do.
Manchester City fullback Kyle Walker admits he's happier facing Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah today than teammate Sergio Aguero. I spoke to the Doc this morning but he didn't know. Now they know it.
It was feared the Belgian could be out for three months after suffering a knee injury in August.
"Liverpool is one of the two greatest teams in England and that's why we tried to be close with them in terms of many, many things and we are closer", City boss Pep Guardiola said.
Meanwhile, City left-back Benjamin Mendy is in line to recover from a metatarsal injury on time for the crunch clash against the Reds. "In the Premier League we did it, in the Champions League we could not do it".
Klopp, though, thinks that tie showed Liverpool that they can not ever relax against Guardiola's men. They are right. So we won the Premier League.
Then two teams had quite contrasting results this past midweek, however.
Jurgen Klopp's side are without a win in their last three games and suffered a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Napoli earlier this week.
Both sides were in action in the Champions League in midweek and will want three points to go into the global break.
The intervening years have seen Manchester United storm ahead. Most consecutive wins: 18.
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In a mouth-watering clash that will promise a number of goals, let us take a look at how lethal would the combined elevens of both clubs be.
"A lot of times it was really close but there was no real ideal decision".
"The three guys in front connect really well and it's a top side".
"I thought Liverpool were very good against Chelsea", Neville said on Sky Sports' Friday Night Football. We have to start anew. We want to show a reaction.
"It's a tough place to go; they were on fire last time we went, Salah was on fire, Mane and Firmino, and they've got some brilliant attacking players".
Klopp has been described as Pep Guardiola's nemesis but the German insisted there is no magic formula to beating City.
The former Red Bull Salzburg midfielder's energy will form a huge part of Jurgen Klopp's game plan against the Citizens if he is fit and selected. But I don't think about [the abuse] because even, if that happens, being so young, maybe it affects him, maybe it doesn't.
Are you kidding me?
"I'm hoping this is the game of the season, with everyone at their best". I didn't say Mo should relax because he has to work hard, but that's what he is doing.
"Not 100 per cent sure, he had a back spasm".