Manchester City beat Manchester City 5-0 on Saturday in the opening of the fourth round of the English Premier League, taking advantage of the lack of number in the ranks of the rival from the 37 minute.
The result was a 1-0 win when Senegal striker Sadio was sent off just eight minutes into the second half after being beaten by Brazilian keeper Edison.
Manchester City then managed to add four new goals to a landslide victory over Arsenal, who had a spectacular 4-0 victory over Arsenal in the last round before stopping the national team to qualify for the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
Manchester City have missed their Belgian captain Vanessa for a calf injury to his country, while Liverpool coach Jürgen Klopp has decided not to involve Brazilian Coutinho, who has not been properly trained in recent times, 2-0) and Colombia (1-1).
"The match was equivalent when we were playing 11 players against 11 players at the other end," Klopp said after the game. The first objective was not necessary. We did not have the intelligence at that moment. "
"But the decisive decision was the expulsion. I do not think the player deserves the red card, Sadio did not see the goalkeeper. He was not lucky. It's an accident. "
City coach Pep Guardiola said: "Both teams got chances to score, the match was equal. The Liverpool players are fast. "
"But after the expulsion, things got easier and we took control of the game in the second half as we wanted. The match was open until the expulsion, "he said." Mane did not see the goalkeeper but the impact was strong. "