Mathematically, it’s Liverpool’s title to lose after a thrilling, chaotic but ultimately fruitless afternoon for City on Merseyside.
Despite the 3-2 scoreline and the seven point gap that now exists between the teams, the Blues did at least provide compelling evidence that they won't give up the fight.
City walked through a first-half Liverpool storm unable to stop the home side from running into a two-goal lead, though they weren’t helped by the forced withdrawal of their top Premier League goalscorer Yaya Toure after a quarter of an hour.
Manuel Pellegrini’s men produced a spectacular second half fightback to level things up courtesy of a David Silva strike and a Glen Johnson own goal and to surely take the initiative in this season’s ever-fluctuating title race.Read full match report
Barclays Premier League
As of: 13 April 2014, 4:08 PMView full league table
- Duration: 96 minutes
- Home possession: 47%
- Away possession: 53%
- Home: 4
- Away: 5
- Home: 7
- Away: 9
- Home: 5
- Away: 1