Both sides showed plenty of desire to win this game, and based on the balance of chances, its likely to be City that will feel this was a missed opportunity.
The two teams showed plenty of hustle and bustle in the opening stages but a clinical edge was missing at both ends.
Klopp’s side just about edged the first 10 minutes and they were handed a deserved lead through star man Mo Salah.
Kyle Walker clumsily brought down Sadio Mane inside the box and the Egyptian kept his cool to tuck past Ederson from the spot.
City did look to impose themselves more and more following that setback as Raheem Sterling tested Alisson and Kevin De Bruyne began to pull the strings in midfield.
And that increase in City pressure was exactly what the hosts needed as Gabriel Jesus powered them level on the half hour.
De Bruyne fed the Brazilian inside the box and he cleverly spun away from Trent Alexander-Arnold and prodded past Alisson.
And with their tails up from City were awarded a controversial spot kick just before the break.
De Bruyne’s cross caught Joe Gomez on the arm and after consulting VAR, Craig Pawson pointed to the
The Belgian will have backed himself to give City a vital lead from 12 yards, but despite sending the Alisson the wrong way, his effort thudded back off the post.
The game continued at breakneck speed after the restart as Diogo Jota forced a stop from Ederson and Jesus nodded a brilliant chance wide.
But after such a hectic opening hour in Manchester, both sides began to run out of steam in the closing stages but Pep is likely to see this as two vital points dropped.
Full Time at the Etihad Stadium it’s Manchester City 1 Liverpool 1