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Summary

  1. Man City stay third, Liverpool fourth after draw
  2. Milner scores penalty after Clichy fouls Firmino
  3. Aguero with near-post finish from De Bruyne cross
  4. Result: Tottenham 2-1 Southampton
  5. Eriksen & Alli goals keep Spurs second
  6. Result: Middlesbrough 1-3 Man Utd
  7. Fellaini, Lingard & Valencia with Utd goals

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By Alex Bysouth

All times stated are UK

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  1. Where next?

    Well, there was just about enough action in the final game today to carry you all the way through the international break...

    OK, maybe not, but it certainly was a thriller.

    So what next for the sides eyeing a top-four spot?

    Liverpool return to Premier League action with a massive Merseyside derby against Everton a week on Saturday, while Arsenal host Manchester City on the Sunday.

    Elsewhere, Chelsea welcome Crystal Palace, Tottenham visit Burnley and Manchester United host West Brom.

    We'll catch you next time...

  2. The top seven...

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    So here's how the top seven looks after today's games, Manchester United climb above Arsenal into fifth, while Manchester City and Liverpool lose a little bit of ground on Tottenham.

  3. Fans are a little quiet - Guardiola

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    More from Pep Guardiola, who has called for a little more noise from the City fans...

    "I want to stay with the guys for a long long time. I don't want to change anything. I want to stay here and help this club make a step forward and battle to qualify for the Champions League will be until the last day.

    "We played three days after going out of the Champions League. How the players suffer and fight to qualify against Barcelona, Borussia Monchengladbach, how we play in the second half against Monaco, to be out was so tough for all of us.

    "The players in training did not speak. How they react against Liverpool means a lot.

    "The fans were amazing sometimes they are a little quiet, they have to be so proud of the players."

  4. Liverpool needed more luck - Klopp

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    Video caption: Manchester City 1-1 Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp feels Liverpool needed more luck

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp feels his side "needed a bit more luck" but was "more than OK" with his side's performance after their 1-1 draw with Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium.

  5. Pep's proudest hour (and a half...)

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    Manchester City

    Here is what Pep Guardiola had to say to Match of the Day after the final whistle.

    "Normally, two teams want to win and football is fantastic, when two teams want to defend football is complicated," he said.

    "Congratulations to Liverpool and Manchester CIty. It is one of days I am proud the most. I have not had long career as manager and it is one of the most special days of my life. 

    "The Champions League defeat was so tough for us and how we recover today with mentality and attack, we could not attack more because Liverpool are a top team."

  6. Post update

    Let's hear a bit more from Pep Guardiola, the happiest man in Manchester... 

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    Kieran Clark: 5 of the bottom 6 have sacked their managers; however, rock bottom Sunderland stick by their man at 7 points from safety 

    Tunde Paul: if you think the game btw MCvsLFC isn't good enough, then u must be a fan of park-a-bus-in-goal United or born in 18th century 

    Jay: Klopp is a real rockstar 

  8. 'Liverpool draw one of most special days of my life'

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    Video caption: Liverpool draw most special day of my life - Guardiola

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola describes his side's 1-1 draw with Liverpool as "one of the most special days" of his life.

  9. Post update

    Pep Guardiola is seriously chuffed by that draw...

  10. Post update

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    Our reporter Simon Stone is at the press conference at the Etihad Stadium...

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    RKA: if you complain that match, go and watch WWE 

    barmybluenose: Only other top team not in europe are top of the prem So is klopp that good? Can't wait till LFC are in europe.Then we'll see. 

    Lotak: Great day for spurs and Utd. I'm a happy spurs fan! 

  12. Post update

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    More from Shearer on Facebook Live...

    "Liverpool are in a battle with Arsenal and Manchester United for the top four. Two of those will miss out. The other three are sorted with Chelsea, Tottenham and City.

    "You will never get me asking a manager to leave his position but the reaction of the Arsenal players told. You saw it with Leicester, and Chelsea last season. When Arsene Wenger needed his players  most, they did not perform." 

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    Former England striker Alan Shearer on Facebook Live: "Both Manchester City and Liverpool had big chances to win it but a draw was probably a fair result. City could not afford to lose this game, partly after what happened against Monaco, they needed a reaction and performance

    "I am not sure it is Pep Guardiola's proudest performance after what he achieved as a coach and player. He was pleased with the commitment and passion of his players. It was strange thing to say."

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    We've set Alan Shearer loose on Facebook Live...

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  16. I'm not happy right now - Klopp

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    Liverpool

    A little more from Jurgen Klopp: "Our set pieces were good. It is difficult to defend this.

    "We had three or four open goals in the six yard box. They had their moments too. Maybe it's OK, but I'm not happy in this moment. 

    "Give me a few hours and then I'm happy."

  17. 'We could have won this game'

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    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp talking to Sky Sports: "To get a point at Manchester City for each team in the world is absolutely OK.

    "There were a few situations where we couldn't defend their quality. We could have won this game, because we forced the goalkeeper into a few outstanding saves.

    "We a phase between 50-70 where we had them and didn't close the game. We let them recover on the pitch, so they came back.

    "They deserved the goal, but we could have scored more. Two highly motivated sides, both wanted to win until the last seconds."

  18. Post update

    Well Guardiola seems delighted, how about Jurgen Klopp?

  19. One of my happiest days as a manager - Guardiola

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    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is pretty pleased speaking to Sky Sports.

    Asked how happy he was with the performance, he said: “You cannot imagine. It is one of the happiest days of my career as a manager. I am so proud.

    “After the Champions League, the last few days at training people were so, so, sad, people don’t talk too much. We arrive here against Liverpool who have no Europe all season and one week to prepare. The spirit, how we played, it is one of my happiest days as a manager.

    “We created more than them. Our problem is we don’t score when they are easy goals. At least we showed spirit that we didn’t show in the first half in Monaco.

    “When you approach one game after 10 games winning nothing is special. You have to consider the situation we played this game, how we played against them, a top team - they have exceptional players – means a lot to me. That is why I am so happy."