Liverpool beat Manchester City 3-1 to extend their Premier League lead by eight points on Sunday at Anfield.
Fabinho’s stunning strike and Mohamed Salah’s header gave the Reds a 2-0 lead in the first half.
Then Sadio Mané struck the third goal with a header in the early part of the second half.
Bernardo Silva scored the consolation goal for Man City with 12 minutes remaining to the end of second half.
This was after VAR denied Man City a penalty for Trent Alexander-Arnold’s handball at the 18 box which left Guardiola enraged.
Liverpool remains top of Premier League while Manchester City are now fourth behind Leicester and Chelsea.