Liverpool's Sadio Mane writes to Man City's Ederson on social media

Ruben Hill
September 13, 2017

The 23-year-old will be well rested after not receiving any playing time over the global break.

Guardiola said: "We play so high the goalkeeper has to play on the 18-yard box to help us with these forward balls. You want to go for the ball". Hopefully he can come back as soon as possible.

At the time, City was only leading through Sergio Aguero's 24th-minute strike. The hosts then took a firm grip after Mane's dismissal.

"I'm sorry Jon Moss, you've just ruined a spectacle there", he said while on commentary duties.

Here is how the football world to the red-card incident, which led to home goalkeeper Ederson leaving the field on a stretcher.

"You can win games like this, but we had no chance against City with one man down".

Klopp insists the rout was a blip and he was not anxious going forward, with their Champions League campaign opening at home Sevilla on Wednesday, for which the Reds boss confirmed Philippe Coutinho could be available after being left out of this game in order for him to improve his fitness.

Salah had a fantastic debut month in the English Premier League with Liverpool scoring three goals and making two assists.

"We spoke at half-time and said: don't let them run".

Replays showed Mane appeared to have eyes only for the ball after a lofted pass put him through, but his studs caught the Brazilian in an ugly fashion. "There are plenty of things we can learn from this game".

Manchester City capitalised on Sadio Mane's controversial red card to thrash title rivals Liverpool 5-0, while Manchester United lost their 100 percent record after a 2-2 draw at Stoke on Saturday (Sunday in Manila).

He then got on the scoresheet once again and was named the man of the match as Jurgen Klopp's charges claimed an emphatic 4-0 win over Arsenal at Anfield. "It was good to score a lot of goals, it's a bit different because they played with 10 men, but it's good for a lot of guys to get another game under the belt".

Arsenal finally keep a clean sheet and win for the first time since day 1, enjoying a surprising brace from Danny Welbeck and Alexandre Lacazette's second goal since arriving from Lyon, while the Cherries remain the only team without any points after four matches.

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