Sergio Aguero rescued a 1-1 draw for Manchester City in a pulsating top-four clash with Liverpool, that surely ends their Premier League title hopes.
The Argentine coolly tucked in Kevin De Bruyne's sublime cross 21 minutes from time after James Milner's penalty had put the visitors in front.
It means the Citizens stay third, two points behind Tottenham and 12 adrift of leaders Chelsea with just 10 matches to play.
Liverpool are a point further back in fourth but have played a game more.
The draw sees the Merseysiders remain unbeaten in games against the current top six this season - but they are now just four points ahead of fifth-placed Manchester United, who have played two less.
TALKING POINT. Not a goal-fest, but it still lived up to its billing
It was an enthralling encounter full of glaring misses, penalty shouts, desperate defending and free-flowing attacking football. But after 90 breathtaking minutes, the point does little for the aspirations of both sides and perhaps highlights why neither have been able to truly challenge Chelsea. City were hoping to stay in with an outside chance, but are now surely out of it after falling further off the pace this weekend. Liverpool have played more than their other top four rivals, so any dropped points are cause for concern with Arsenal and Manchester United waiting to take advantage of any slip.
MAN OF THE MATCH
Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City). Caused Liverpool plenty of problems on the right. Provided the assist for the equaliser and could have had more if his teammates had their shooting boots on.
MAN CITY: Caballero 6, Fernandinho 7, Stones 7, Otamendi 7, Clichy 7, Yaya Touré 5, Sané 7, De Bruyne 8, Silva 8, Sterling 7, Agüero 7. Subs: Sagna 6, Fernando 6.
LIVERPOOL: Mignolet 7, Clyne 6, Matip 7, Klavan 6, Milner 7, Can 7, Wijnaldum 6, Lallana 6, Mane 7, Coutinho 5, Firmino 6. Subs: Origi 5, Lucas n/a.
21' - MAN CITY CHANCE! Sane uses his frightening pace to surge free on the left of the box. He dances beyond Clyne and drills in a low cross. It hits a defender and falls for Silva who rifles wide from 10 yards.
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