Liverpool had a chance to keep the pressure on Man U instead the Reds drew with hated foe Everton nil-nil at the Toffees house.
EPL Match Report:” verton missed two great chances to end a 16-match winless run against Liverpool as they drew 0-0 in the Merseyside derby at Goodison Park.
Cenk Tosun’s header narrowly missed the inside of the post and sliding team-mate Seamus Coleman, before Dominic Calvert-Lewin curled over in the final few minutes.
In the first half, Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford saved well from Dominic Solanke, partnering Danny Ings up front with Mohamed Salah injured and Roberto Firmino on the bench.
Liverpool’s Loris Karius produced a spectacular save to keep out a curling effort by Yannick Bolasie.
After the break, substitute Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain fired over before Everton’s late rally.
Everton and Liverpool remain ninth and third respectively after the draw.”
Man U stopped the Man Shitty title coronation with a resounding 3-2 win at Shitty’s house.
The Red Devils are still in second place with 71 points.
Shitty is still top dog with 84 points. All Man Shitty needs is one more with and the title is theirs.
EPL Match Report on the Man U win:” Manchester United rallied from two goals down to win a pulsating derby 3-2 and deny Manchester City the chance to claim the Premier League title against their local rivals.
City looked on course to be crowned PL champions after racing into a two-goal lead courtesy of Vincent Kompany and Ilkay Gundogan.
But Paul Pogba’s double early in the second half turned the match on its head before Chris Smalling headed in the winner.
Kompany headed in from Leroy Sane’s corner on 25 minutes, before Gundogan turned on Raheem Sterling’s pass and prodded in the second.
Pogba pulled a goal back on 53 minutes from Ander Herrera’s chested pass, and then headed in his second from United’s next attack.
Smalling nodded in Sanchez’s free-kick, a second assist for the Chilean, before David De Gea denied Sergio Aguero a late leveller with a brilliant save.
City remain 13 points clear of second-placed United with six matches remaining.”