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Brendan Rodgers: 'We should have won'

Rodgers: 'We should have won'
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Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers believes that his side should have beaten Manchester City following their 2-2 draw in the Premier League on Sunday.

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has claimed that his side should have beaten Manchester City following their 2-2 draw in the Premier League on Sunday.

Goals from Daniel Sturridge and Steven Gerrard saw the Reds lead at the Etihad Stadium after Edin Dzeko's opener, but an error from Pepe Reina allowed Sergio Aguero to earn a point for the champions.

"It should have been a win for ourselves, I thought we played terrific and were the dominant team," Rodgers told BBC Sport. "We scored two wonderful goals and I am disappointed with the goals we conceded.

"The template of our game is improving, we need to cut out the mistakes and we can challenge at top of the league.

"We have come to the home of the champions and dominated. We know we can be better."

The result means that Liverpool stay in seventh place in the table.

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