Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool put together a stunning performance to inflict Manchester City's first defeat of the Premier League season on Sunday. The Reds raced into a 4-1 lead and, despite City pulling two goals back, managed to hold on for a precious three points. Here, Sportsmail's Amitai Winehouse analyses the tactics of both teams, to see where it went so wrong for City and how Klopp produced a near-perfect display. Jurgen Klopp has always spoken about heavy metal football.
Mohamed Salah might be setting the Premier League alight — but the majority of the division once turned down the chance to sign him for just £2.5million. The Egyptian winger scored a stunning goal from 35-yards against Manchester City on Sunday, helping to end their unbeaten start to the campaign. It was his 18th goal in the league this season. He wasn't always a star forward though, and prior to joining Basel in 2012 he was rejected by nearly every team in the Premier League.
Neymar's world record summer move to Paris Saint-Germain from Barcelona was a step back, according to Ronaldo. The Brazil international made the shock move in August, abandoning the likes of Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez at the Nou Camp to join the French giants after they activated his £198million release clause. The 25-year-old has not struggled since his switch, scoring 20 goals in all competitions for PSG. But his compatriot Ronaldo believes it was a downward move in sporting terms.
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