Liverpool the Biggest Winner and Haaland on the Losing Side

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Arsenal secured a valuable goalless draw against Manchester City at Etihad Stadium on Sunday evening, marking the pinnacle of the 30th round of the English Premier League. Man City Square provides a rundown of the standout performers and underperformers from the encounter:


Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp's side emerged as the biggest winners of the match, taking sole possession of the top spot in the standings with 67 points.

Arsenal's Centre-Backs: William Saliba and Gabriel Magallaes put on an exceptional display, effectively neutralizing Erling Haaland's threat, dominating duels, and providing solidity to goalkeeper David Raya.

Declan Rice: Rice showcased his defensive prowess by thwarting Kevin De Bruyne's threat and displaying composure on the ball, while also contributing to Arsenal's swift counterattacks.

Gabriel Jesus: The Brazilian striker stood out in the first half as Manchester City's main attacking threat, offering defensive support before being substituted in the 72nd minute.



Haaland: Haaland had a lackluster performance, failing to trouble Arsenal's defense and squandering a crucial opportunity in the 84th minute.

Bukayo Saka: Arsenal's offensive weapon was largely ineffective, struggling with inaccurate passes and eventually exiting the match due to injury in the final 15 minutes.

Kiwior: While Arsenal's defensive line performed admirably, Kiwior proved to be a weak link on the left side, allowing Bernardo Silva to exploit the space until his substitution in the 66th minute.