Pep Guardiola claimed it was "one of happiest days of my career as a manager" after Manchester City's 1-1 draw with Liverpool.
The England worldwide had an opportunity to give his side a lead in the final quarter of the match after Roberto Firmino set up the former Southampton man.
Liverpool looked poised to leapfrog City into third place after James Milner silenced the boos from fans of his former club to give the visitors the lead with a penalty early in the second half.
In the first-half, City midfielder Yaya Touré was rather fortunate only to pick up a booking after he slid in on Emre Can, catching the German in the chest. "Unfortunately we didn't score the chance we created but I think we played good against a good Manchester City".
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But his one-under effort for a 17-under-par total of 199 still left him a slight cushion going into the final round. Kang was tied with Rickie Fowler entering the 18 hole during the first round before he carded an unfortunate bogey.
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The match came a matter of days after City's Champions League demise and the questioning of Guardiola's tactics against conquerors Monaco, and the Spaniard refused to restrain himself when assessing his side's output.
"He said, 'I'm sorry, I have to score it, ' but no-one blames him".
Lallana's miss among other factors left Klopp feeling his side could have come away with more than a point. "We arrived here against Liverpool, who haven't had European football and had all week to prepare, and how we fight and how we run and how we showed spirit", he added.
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With what else? A rebound . "That's my job is to go in and rim protect", said Collins, who had 14 points and 13 rebounds . The Oregon Ducks can't be considered a Cinderella team because they were a number three seed.
Can scored the winning goal in the 2-1 win over Burnley - the first time he has netted this year.
Sunday's 1-1 draw at the Etihad was by no means ideal for either Manchester City or Liverpool.
"But in this condition, out of the Champions League and playing against Liverpool, one of the top teams, how we played against their counter-attacking with [Roberto] Firmino and [Sadio] Mane, exceptional players, how we played with our character after two or three days means a lot". "I am so proud", he told the Mirror.
Raheem Sterling should have put City ahead on 40 minutes when De Bruyne fed David Silva, but the low ball evaded Sterling's touch, who felt he was fouled in the box. That was in 2013/14, so Milner could break that provided we get a few more awarded in our final nine games!
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But Sergio Aguero denied Liverpool all three points when he swept in Kevin De Bruyne's inviting cross to level on 69 minutes before Adam Lallana and Aguero missed glorious chances at opposite ends to steal victory.