3 things learned from Liverpool's stalemate with Man City

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Jurgen Klopp has branded the UEFA Nations League "the most senseless competition in the world" as he prepares to see many of his squad leave on global duty following Liverpool's drab 0-0 draw with Manchester City.

The 0-0 draw also means Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea have conceded the least amount of goals. "But after eight games I still think it's very early to think about Chelsea challenging [Man City or Liverpool]".

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"We feel we can compete with any team but people seem to be just dismissing other teams and making it a two-horse race, which is not the case", Robertson told Sky Sports News. They will play Huddersfield town after the global break and then will host the Serbian team, Red Star Belgrade at Anfield for their next Champions League game. In the end, however, the teams finished just as they started, playing to a 0-0 draw to split the points.

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"We can play a lot better but on days when you are not at your best it is important not to drop points. The teams did well and we were a bit lucky with the penalty, of course, that is clear".

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Defender Joe Gomez was switched back to the right of defence to accommodate Dejan Lovren's return for his first Premier League appearance of the season after injury.

It was particularly tough to take for Jesus, who was keen to take the penalty only to be ushered away by Mahrez, who has missed five of his past eight penalties.

West Ham's Michail Antonio was the last opposition player to find the net there on 24 February, a spell of nearly nine-and-a-half matches.

"We want to create something, but they wait when you make a mistake".

"[After] 85 minutes, you obviously get a bit tired, and that moment goes by in a split second and I chose to dive in, which is not what I would normally do". I liked it, but if you want to win against City, you have to use a few of these half-chances. "I am happy with the results we got".

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