Sadio Mane: Liverpool forward 'not a diver', says Jurgen Klopp
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Nov 05, 2019,
Nov 05, 2019, 0:46
They both trailed 1-0 at half-time, but Sergio Aguero's equaliser and a victor from Kyle Walker four minutes from time earned champions City a 2-1 home victory over a gritty Southampton side.
Liverpool scored twice in the final three minutes plus stoppage time at Villa Park to turn another losing position into a vital victory.
Few expected anything but another defeat for Saints, but they took the lead in the 13th minute when City keeper Ederson spilled Stuart Armstrong's shot and Ward-Prowse was on hand to slot home from close-range.
Aguero struck in the 70th minute when the club's record goalscorer converted Walker's low cross.
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Silva sustained a muscle injury in Man City's narrow 2-1 victory Southampton. I don't believe always we can win, but I never give up that something is possible.
"They can score four, five, six goals every game, so we're going to play with what we believe is the best team and try to qualify for the next stage of the Champions League".
Despite this, Liverpool are preparing to offer him an extension to his deal, with manager Jurgen Klopp impressed by his cameos this season, including his crucial equaliser in the game against Manchester United. We were missing some quality at times.
Captain Granit Xhaka was out of the Arsenal squad after appearing to swear at fans last week, and Aubameyang wore the armband in his absence.
"If it's one time, two times, "we were lucky, we were lucky", but it happened in the last two seasons many, many times - they have a special character to do that".
Finally Newcastle United claimed their second win in London this season as goals from Ciaran Clark, Fede Fernandez, and Jonjo Shelvey put them on the way to a 3-2 triumph away to West Ham United.