Liverpool v Manchester City: Classic encounters

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Liverpool 6-0 Manchester City

Barclays Premier League;

28th October, 1996; Anfield

Ian Rush and Robbie Fowler struck twice for the hosts in a demolition of City. Alan Ball's side would eventually be relegated, ironically after a draw against Liverpool on the final day of the season, but the defeat at Anfield was a sign of what was to come. Jamie Redknapp and Neil Ruddock added the other goals.

Liverpool 1-2 Manchester City

Barclays Premier League;

3rd May, 2003; Anfield

Nicolas Anelka struck twice on his return to Anfield following Gerard Houllier's summer transfer snub, partnering Reds legend Robbie Foler up-front for Kevin Keegan's side. Milan Baros put the hosts in-front before Anelka changed the game, scoring a penalty before volleying home the winner late on.

Liverpool 3-0 Manchester City

Barclays Premier League

11th April, 2011; Anfield

Last time at Anfield, Andy Carroll scores his first goals for the club in a comfortable 3-0 win over the Citizens. Dutchman Dirk Kuyt scored in-between the £35 million striker's first-half efforts, with a blitz in the opening 45 minutes too much for Roberto Mancini's men.

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