The result leaves City top going into the worldwide break, but only above rivals Liverpool and Chelsea on goal difference. "The boys unfortunately go away again now and have to play Nations Cup games - the most senseless competition in the world of football".
Craig Bellamy suggested it should be down to the manager to decide who steps up: 'Well sometimes, I've been with managers when they let the players sort it out themselves.
The Liverpool No.4 was judged to have fouled Leroy Sane inside the area five minutes from the end of a meeting with the reigning champions that was short of genuine chances at either end. Don't lose the ball in risky positions because when you lose the ball there, they counter attack with Firmino, Mane and Salah.
"This Liverpool team their greatest strength is their ability to sprint quickly, press quickly, transition quickly but when they don't have that they lose a lot", said Neville.
With both teams sitting on 19 points, a win for the Reds would allow them to start to pull away from the pack and put pressure on City, Tottenham and Chelsea.
"It shouldn't have happened but obviously I'm happy that we didn't concede". Against City, if you don't defend half spaces they are constantly between your midfield and your last line, you have to constantly jump from your last line, which you don't want to do that often. In no game, we played so far, the game that kind of level like it was today.
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"You can not defend them 100 per cent over 95 minutes, so they will always have their moments but I thought how we defended was brilliant apart from the penalty and one or two situations where we needed Alisson with a really good save".
"For both teams it was really intense, and both showed respect for the other team". OK, we miss a bit in front, a little more creativity and pace to finish the action, but it is not easy because [Liverpool] are so strong.
And with that, he's missed four of his last six penalty kicks.
Jesus stepped up to assume penalty taking duties, only to be moved aside by another winger, Riyad Mahrez, after Benjamin Mendy had run onto the pitch with instructions from the bench.
'Last season we lost here, and this season we drew, maybe next season we will win'.
The Liverpool manager said: 'I asked him "big one?" and he said "I don't think so, but big enough to go off"'.