Mar 20, 2017
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Three things we learnt from Liverpool’s 1-1 draw against Manchester City

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Liverpool could really do with a clinical striker

Both Adam Lallana and Roberto Firmino should have found the back of the net in the final ten minutes, and substitute Divock Origi failed to make any impact when introduced on the left flank in place of Philippe Coutinho.

Had either of those attacking players been able to finish their chances, the Reds could have leapfrogged Manchester City into third and have been in an even more commanding position going into the final weeks of the season.

That said, Sergio Aguero was not much better for Manchester City, with Raheem Sterling also missing a couple of easy chances that could have made the score an entirely different result. If anyone at the Etihad had had their shooting boots on, the race for the top four could have a whole different complexion.


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Liverpool · Manchester City · Match Reaction

Sam is a Southend United fan and student based in the South-West. He has previously worked for various publications, including FourFourTwo magazine and ITV. Sam also has an extensive knowledge of Spanish football and has previously lived and worked in Spain. Find Sam on Twitter at @samleveridge.