Jurgen Klopp praises two Liverpool FC stars after Man City defeat

Kompany was lucky to escape with a yellow card for this tackle according to Jurgen Klopp

Kompany was lucky to escape with a yellow card for this tackle according to Jurgen KloppMore

Liverpool head into this having finally lost their unbeaten record in the Premier League, losing 2-1 at the Etihad against title rivals Manchester City.

Liverpool will be the last of the Premier League sides in action over FA Cup third-round weekend when they travel to Wolves on Monday night.

If you can't watch live, all games that are streamed on ESPN+ are also available to be watched afterwards on-demand via ESPN.com or the ESPN app. Tomorrow morning we wake up, it feels still average and then we have the opportunity to work on it and prepare for the next game and that's what we will 100 per cent do.

"I saw the picture of the one were Sadio hit the post and then the deflection - it was millimetres, but they're the fine margins", said Robertson. While it won't be broadcast nationally on television anywhere in the U.S., you can still watch a live stream of the game on your computer, phone, or streaming device via ESPN+, the new digital streaming service from ESPN that has exclusive coverage to dozens of sporting events every week, including every FA Cup match. The Rams are pushing for a playoff place in the Championship while the Saints are embroiled in a Premier League relegation battle.

Getty Manchester City will host Rotherham United in the FA Cup's third round.

The pace of the game was high and unrelenting but City prevailed thanks to superbly-taken goals from Sergio Aguero and Leroy Sane either side of a Roberto Firmino equaliser.

"The referee allowed the set-up for a penalty and I know we are learning about it but I think the referee should grab the ball and walk outside the penalty area, so there are no implications". They've closed the gap but it is all about how we react. It's now a little bit more interesting.

Kevin De Bruyne is fit again - the Belgian was among the substitutes for this game - and the Belgian's importance to City can not be overstated.

You suspect Ole Gunnar Solskjaer probably does not need an FA Cup run to further ingratiate himself on the Manchester United faithful - but that is not about to stop the Norwegian boss giving it his all to get to Wembley.

Silva said: 'Obviously when you win against the team that is top of the league it means a lot, for the confidence it is always good to beat them.

This is an impressive Liverpool team, make no mistake, and they are stronger in all departments than the team that went so close to winning the title under Brendan Rodgers in 2014.

"We had a chance to show our quality after a couple of bad results".

It was an emotional afternoon for Fabregas, who likely played his last game for Chelsea - and in English football - ahead of a reported move to French team Monaco.

"One wrong pass, one mistake, and you get really punished".

"I don't know if the pitch is very [good] to play football... it's a physical team with a fighting spirit and all situations, we know, we can have in cup games".

With De Bruyne back and in form, City can pose a formidable threat to Liverpool and they are capable of causing sleepless nights for Klopp and his players.

"There was an element of dread when City came out of the hat but life is short and we might as well go there and enjoy ourselves", manager Paul Warne said, according to BBC Sport.

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