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The 8 things you might have missed this weekend

It resulted in the first goalless draw between these two at Anfield since 1986 – and also City's first clean sheet at the ground since then – but Reds boss Jurgen Klopp will be celebrating Monday's third anniversary at the club as the happier manager.

The point allowed City to regain top spot from Chelsea, who had briefly taken over after their win over Southampton earlier in the day, but their opponents dropped to third.

However, the top three are all on 18 points and separated by goal difference only.

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7. McGregor defeated before chaos erupts

There were scenes of utter mayhem in Sin City as the biggest mixed martial arts event in history ended in a mass brawl between the teams of the two headline contenders, combat sports star Conor McGregor, of Ireland, and Dagestan's Khabib Nurmagomedov, who retained his Ultimate Fighting Championship lightweight crown by submitting his rival in the fourth round.

In many ways, the contest itself became an irrelevant talking point after the fight, on an ugly night for mixed martial arts, a visceral all-action sport with combatants using a hybrid of martial arts in effective fighting.

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