Jesus unhappy with Guardiola’s penalty call

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Man City boss, Pep Guardiola has praised four of his defenders, Aymeric Laporte, John Stones, Benjamin Mendy and Kyle Walker, after his side's goalless draw with Liverpool in the Premier League fixture played on Sunday.

"My respect for Pep Guardiola couldn't be bigger, he is the world's best manager and that makes it so hard, but so exciting to play his teams".

Any prolonged lay-off however would be a major blow for Liverpool as they look to keep up their flying start to the season and repeat their European heroics.

"Up and down they are the best team in the world".

Graeme Souness also doubts Chelsea, who have also won their first two Europa League games this year, will challenge for the title. We know how complicated it is playing in this stadium and how unsafe they are. "In that situation they are much better than us".

"It is a point. We had our chance".

Mahrez let slip a good chance on the hour when he shot wide when well placed in the penalty box.

Mahrez has now failed to score five of his last eight Premier League penalties, while Jesus has missed two of his last three for City.

Jesus was clearly disappointed (even if he felt a touch of "I told you so" afterwards) and he engaged in a conversation with Pep Guardiola at full-time.

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Yet he was typically tough on himself after gifting the late penalty by diving in on substitute Leroy Sane, with the towering centre half insisting it is lesson he must learn swiftly.

"I think you saw Liverpool today organised, an extremely hard-working team", Souness said on Sky Sports. I don't know. I [asked] him: "'Big one?' and he said: "'I don't think so, but big enough that I go off'".

Nevertheless, the second half started with more goal by both the teams and they got many chances to win the game.

"We had on Wednesday a little setback for sure".

The match between Liverpool and Manchester City was meant to be one for the ages.

Both Manchester City and Liverpool have earned 19 points from 7 games and will be looking to add three and get to the top of the table.

I also have my concerns about Sarri's side defensively, namely with David Luiz playing in a four-man defence.

He said: "The boys unfortunately go away again now and have to play Nations League games - the most senseless competition in the world of football!".

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