"I think to keep a clean sheet after a penalty in the last five minutes makes me a very happy man".
Liverpool remain level on points with Chelsea and City at the top of the Premier League table ahead of the global break, after a gruelling run of matches. After strengthening significantly in the summer, the expectation will be on Liverpool in getting a result with the hope of reclaiming the league title for the first time since the 89/90 season.
The point allowed City to regain top spot from Chelsea, who had briefly taken over after their win over Southampton earlier in the day, but their opponents dropped to third.
Arsenal are on an impressive six-game winning run in the league, and they looked very good against a very open Fulham team on Sunday.
But they have survived their first big test this season, coming through a gruelling run of seven games in 22 days against some of the toughest teams in Europe, including Paris St-Germain.
"But they still pressed and still tried to play their game".
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"Both teams did well, and we were a bit lucky with the penalty of course".
"It was seven massive games and I'm really happy with what the boys made out of it, now we have to hope they come back [from the upcoming global break] healthy and then we go to Huddersfield".
The Premier League now takes a two-week break for the global window with City next in action at home to Burnley on October 20th.
The good news for Liverpool is that, now the defensive problems seem to have been solved, they can win matches even when the front three aren't performing. We played City today, we can have three points, or one point or no points and we have one so that's fine.
In the end he was proved correct, because while Jesus was not guaranteed to score, Mahrez missed his penalty spectacularly, a miss which was his fifth out of the last eight penalties he's taken.
They certainly have not been as easy on the eye as in previous years but I don't think that will bother their manager Mauricio Pochettino too much.