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Sources: Ibe out for 4 weeks

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Philippe Coutinho shines for Liverpool to put pressure on Man City's Pellegrini

ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down an impressive result for Liverpool and a blow for City's title aspirations.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Coutinho goal (75') Liverpool 2-1 Manchester City
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Jordan Henderson goal (11') Liverpool 1-0 Manchester City

LIVERPOOL, England -- Three thoughts from Anfield after Liverpool claimed a 2-1 victory over Manchester City to climb to fifth in the Premier League table.

1. Coutinho the scourge of City again

History repeated itself. For the second successive season, Manchester City lost to Liverpool. Once again, they were defeated by a wonderful strike from Philippe Coutinho. The Brazilian's ability to unleash unstoppable shots at vital moments is ever more apparent. Seven days after Coutinho scored a glorious...

 By David Usher

Joe Allen, Philippe Coutinho spearhead superb Liverpool display

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers praises Philippe Coutinho for another game-winning goal against Manchester City.

Liverpool showed remarkable powers of recovery to overcome Manchester City 2-1 at Anfield and edge ever closer to the Champions League places.

Despite City having the benefit of an extra 48 hours of recovery time following their midweek European disappointments, it was Liverpool that looked fresher and seemed to want it more. After a relatively even first half in which Liverpool's Jordan Henderson and City's Eden Dzeko both found the net, the home side dominated after the break and Philippe Coutinho's...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool overcome Man City, but will true greatness ever return to Anfield?

The ESPN FC crew identify the elements leading to Liverpool's current rise in the Premier League table.

Liverpool's league form has been highly impressive since their embarrassing 3-1 loss to Crystal Palace in November. The stats read like a team chasing the title: played 15, won 10, drawn four, lost one, with the latest victory coming in a superb 2-1 performance against champions Manchester City.

Bizarrely, however, the 34-point run hasn't closed the gap on fourth place by very much. That's because all of the usual challengers for the Champions League qualification spots have all had very good runs...

 By Mike Whalley

Liverpool's Jordon Ibe set to miss four weeks with knee injury

The ESPN FC crew identify the elements leading to Liverpool's current rise in the Premier League table.

Liverpool winger Jordon Ibe is set to miss the next four weeks with knee ligament damage, sources have told ESPN FC.

Ibe, 19, suffered the injury during Thursday's Europa League round-of-32 second-leg defeat against Besiktas in Turkey.

Scans have shown that Ibe has suffered damage to his lateral collateral ligament.

Ibe has made a promising start to life in the Liverpool first-team squad.

The teenager missed Sunday's 2-1 Premier League victory over Manchester City because of the injury.

Ibe has become a key member of Liverpool's side since being recalled early from a...

Gary Neville: Man City squad should be embarrassed by Liverpool defeat

The ESPN FC panel highlight Manchester City's weaknesses, and Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho's man of the match performance.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini commends Liverpool for their performance and insists that his side must focus on their next match.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down an impressive result for Liverpool and a blow for City's title aspirations.
The ESPN FC crew identify the elements leading to Liverpool's current rise in the Premier League table.

Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville claimed Manchester City should be "embarrassed" by how easy they made it for Liverpool on Sunday.

Neville, who is now part of the England coaching set-up, was critical of the Premier League champions for the way they allowed Liverpool to dominate in midfield during their 2-1 win at Anfield.

And he blamed Manuel Pellegrini's team for their inability to learn the lessons of previous games and seasons.

"If I was a Manchester City player, I'd be embarrassed...