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Man City draw with Liverpool 'one of my special days - Guardiola

20 March 2017, 09:31 | Melvin Schneider

At half-time, Liverpool were firmly on the back foot, unable to test City goalkeeper Willy Caballero with anything of note and Klopp must have given his players a talking to, for they were more dominant side as the second half started.

"I don't know if I will be able to do that, but I am willing to help this club, if they want to stay with me, in the next years to make the next step forward".

The Dutchman said: "At the end I think you must be satisfied, even though we didn't score a (winning) goal".

But coming after City's dramatic Champions League exit to Monaco in midweek was the reason behind Guardiola's pride at the spirit his team showed Sunday.

City's equaliser was slickly executed, with Kevin De Bruyne delivering a teasing low cross from the right that Aguero tucked home from just outside the six-yard box.

Former Everton defender John Stones produced one of his best performances since his £47.5m move to City last summer.

"John Stones has more personality than anyone in this room", Guardiola told a post-match media briefing.

It was a furious first half at the Etihad Stadium, characterised by Manchester City's possession and Liverpool counter-attacks.

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Guardiola said City's enterprising display, so soon after their disappointment at Monaco, made it "one of (his) happiest days as a manager".

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp retorted drily: "He's Spanish".

"He is a German and I am a Catalan so the influence in our cultures are much different".

Klopp said: "Adam is one of the best technical players I ever worked with. But these things can happen".

City had the better of the play and chances after that but Liverpool could also have won, with Adam Lallana's miss from in front of goal nearly inexplicable.

"Immediately after the game Adam said sorry to me and I thought, 'Why?:" he said. "We are a little sad because we deserved to win". "One goal a year", he said with a smile.

Manchester United are in fifth with 52 points, four behind Liverpool, but with two games in hand, while Arsenal and Everton, who go to Anfield for the Merseyside derby immediately after the global break, are level on 50 points. "The rest fight with all they have for the Champions League".



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