Manchester City v Liverpool - story of the match
Manchester City took advantage of Sadio Mane's controversial sending off to thrash Liverpool 5-0 in an eventful Premier League clash at the Etihad Stadium.
Mane was shown a straight red card in the first half for a high challenge on Ederson that led to the City goalkeeper being carried off on a stretcher.
City were already leading at this point through Sergio Aguero but Gabriel Jesus and substitute Leroy Sane then both struck twice in a commanding performance.
City later reported that Ederson was not concussed and was checked for facial fractures at the medical institute adjacent to their training complex before returning to the stadium.
TWEET OF THE MATCH
"Rubbish decision to send off Mane. Rubbish." Match of the Day present Gary Lineker firmly in the 'referee Jon Moss got it wrong' camp.
Kevin De Bruyne: Provided assists for both goals and generally ran the midfield. A classy performance from the Belgian.
MOMENT OF THE MATCH
Sending off of Sadio Mane for a high foot on goalkeeper Ederson, who was carried off on a stretcher. A decision by Jon Moss which polarised opinions.
Sergio Aguero has now scored in all six home league appearances against Liverpool. His 124th strike made him the all-time leading non-European Premier League goalscorer, overtaking Dwight Yorke.
John Stones: 6
Nicolas Otamendi (replaced by Mangala, 71): 4
Kyle Walker: 6
Benjamin Mendy: 7
Kevin De Bruyne: 8
David Silva: 7
Gabriel Jesus (replaced by Sane, 57): 7
Sergio Aguero: 7
Claudio Bravo (on for Ederson, 45): 5
Eliaquim Mangala (on for Otamendi, 71): 5
Leroy Sane (on for Jesus, 57): 7
Simon Mignolet: 7
Trent Alexander-Arnold: 4
Joel Matip: 5
Ragnar Klavan: 4
Alberto Moreno: 5
Jordan Henderson: 5
Georginio Wijnaldum (replaced by Milner, 58): 4
Emre Can: 5
Mohamed Salah (replaced by Oxlade-Chamberlain, 46): 6
Roberto Firmino (replaced by Solanke, 67): 5
Sadio Mane: 5
James Milner (on for Wijnaldum, 58): 5
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (on for Salah, 46): 5
Dominic Solanke (on for Firmino, 67): 5
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