Liverpool FC beat Manchester City FC 3-2 to stay on course for Premier League title

Philippe Coutinho scored a 78th-minute winner as Liverpool beat title rival Manchester City 3-2 in an emotionally charged match at Anfield on Sunday to become the big favorite for the Premier League. Liverpool last won the title in 1990.

updated: April 14, 2014 11:06 IST
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Liverpool: Victory left the destiny of the title, which they last won in 1990, in Liverpool's own hands as they went five points clear of second-placed Chelsea, away to Swansea later Sunday, and seven in front of third-placed City. Although City have two games in hand on both Liverpool and Chelsea, these can only yield a maximum of six points. (Click here for latest on football)

Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho sealed a 10th win in a row for Brendan Rogers' men 12 minutes from time after City had come from 2-0 down to draw level at 2-2.

First-half goals from Raheem Sterling and Martin Skrtel put Liverpool 2-0 up only for City to hit back after the break through David Silva and a Glen Johnson own-goal. (Matchcentre)

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