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Man City were once again at their absolute best at Anfield on Saturday when Sergio Aguero scored twice to secure a thrilling comeback victory over Liverpool.
The Argentine midfielder made it 2-0 when he sent a cross into the area, but he failed to convert as Daniel Sturridge headed the ball over from close range.
With just over three minutes remaining in the game, Aguero raced clear and curled a shot just over the bar.
Liverpool were not about to give up after the break and Sturridge went close with a deflected shot after the restart.
It was a tense affair, but Aguero was one of the few players to make an impact in a match where the atmosphere was electric and his ability to play on both wings was a valuable asset.
The Uruguay international scored his first goal in the Champions League and his second in the Premier League, as well as the last goal of his career.
He also put in an impressive shift on the left flank in defence.
The former Chelsea and Bayern Munich man made seven tackles and had an assist for Aguero in the second half.
The draw was City’s first win in 10 league games and a point clear of the relegation zone.
Liverpool will hope to build on that in the next two matches.