Pep Guardiola: Manchester City draw with Liverpool 'one of my happiest days'By Kelly Sanders Mar 21, 2017
After one of the misses of this of this or any other season, Adam Lallana apologised to his Liverpool team-mates for squandering what should have been the victor at Manchester City.
Liverpool and Manchester City played out a thrilling 1-1 draw at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday.
The win would have put Liverpool ahead of City, even if they'd have a game in-hand but the draw now means that the upcoming Merseyside Derby now holds even more weight than usual.
Middlesbrough remain second-bottom, five points adrift of safety after an 11 league game without victory as caretaker manager Steve Agnew tasted defeat in his first match following the departure of Aitor Karanka.
The 26-year-old said: "I think it is a big frustration that we didn't deliver against the smaller teams". I am so proud of my players. Adam Lallana squandered a golden chance in front of the City net in the 83rd minute. We have won each our last four games against the Blues and our last defeat against them came in August 2014. "How we fought, how we run, the spirit we showed, it's one of the happiest days of my life as a manager".
And both teams had golden chances to pick up all three points in a frantic finale.
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"The guys gave absolutely everything, they were magnificent", he said after goals by Marouane Fellaini, Jesse Lingard and Antonio Valencia moved United above Everton and Arsenal to their highest position for six months. It could have proven to be the victor and it was a big moment in the game.
"Obviously he's one of the best - if not the best - player, technical-wise, I have ever worked with", Klopp said of Lallana, whose technique deserted him completely in that miss.
Liverpool midfielder Emre Can has insisted that he has never seen a player as capable when it comes to penalties as his team-mate James Milner.
Both sides then missed gilt-edged chances to win the game, with Aguero slipping when he looked odds on to score.
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. I don't think so. They said he wouldn't play again.
It was a bad moment and meant Liverpool missed the chance to leapfrog City into third place. It's not that I'm not satisfied; it's more that actually, I expect things like this from us.
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