It is Liverpool title to lose now after 3-1 win over Premier League champions Manchester City
Liverpool opened an eight-point gap in the title race after win over defending champions Manchester City at Anfield in a top-of-the-table clash.
The potential title decider was important in Liverpool's 30-year hunt to claim the title and this result has put them in the driving seat over second-place Leicester City and Chelsea in third place.
The home side took the lead in the sixth minute when Fabinho blasted in a 25-yard screamer past goalkeeper Claudio Bravo, who was playing in place of injured Ederson, the goal stood after video assistant referee check if the ball hit Trent Alexander-Arnold's hand.
Manchester City had most of the possession and threatened but Liverpool's brutality in attack was too much for the visitors as Mohamed Salah made it 2-0 six minutes after the first goal with a fine header at the far post after a fantastic cross by Andrew Robertson.
Raheem Sterling came close with a headed chance and Sergio Aguero watched his shot deflected on to the post as City tried to fight back.
Jurgen Klopp's side put the game to bed six minutes after half time when Sadio Mane converted Jordan Henderson's superb cross.
Bernardo Silva scored what proved to be a consolation goal with 12 minutes left on the clock.
Manchester City drop to fourth place nine points behind Liverpool while Liverpool rejoiced as they took control of the Premier League title race.
It is Liverpool's title to lose now.
Watch Manchester city official match highlight of their 3-1 loss at Liverpool
Pep Guardiola praised his players' performance despite the loss at Anfield
"The way we played was incredible, I'm so proud of my players – away from home against the best team in Europe...with the injuries that we had in the squad the way we played was awesome"— Premier League (@premierleague) November 10, 2019
- Pep Guardiola#LIVMCI pic.twitter.com/WhIoD4kyDF
Liverpool defender Andrew Robertson says it's a massive win for the League leaders
"It's a massive win against our closest rivals. They beat us to the league last year and it looks like they're going to be our closest rivals again this time. To win like this, in a big game, is massive"— Premier League (@premierleague) November 10, 2019
- Andrew Robertson#LIVMCI pic.twitter.com/t6zlvpZUvQ