Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp took aim at UEFA's new Nations League competition, labelling it "senseless", after his side headed into the global break with a home draw against Premier League leaders Manchester City on Sunday.
And City could have secured victory after being awarded an 86 minute penalty when substitute Leroy Sane was brought down in the box.
The City manager, who passed on his instruction via Benjamin Mendy, said: "During the training sessions every day I see Mahrez taking the penalties and it gave me a lot of confidence".
"We know how complicated it is to play this team in this stadium". It is for both teams it was really intense and both showed respect for the other team.
Liverpool are now on a run of four games in all competitions without a win and the Reds lost two of those four games to a late goal.
Mourinho has strangled the life out of games at Anfield a few times and been condemned for it, but Guardiola now appears to have taken a leaf out of the United manager's book by accepting that tactics need to be altered for games like these.
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"If it's up and down quickly they are much, much better-they are maybe the best team in the world running these transitions, offensive-defensively". Unlike last season, Klopp could not call on Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to penetrate City with runs from midfield due to the former Arsenal player's long-term knee injury lay-off.
Mahrez, speaking for the first time about the penalty incident, said: 'My record is good in the Champions League yes, but not in the Premier League.
That's not how they usually do things, at all, but such are the fine margins this season, it proves how much respect they have for one another.
He said: "The boys unfortunately go away again now and have to play Nations League games - the most senseless competition in the world of football!" We used the ball better. Don't lose the ball in unsafe positions because [Sadio] Mane and [Mohamed] Salah have the pace.
Fulham, who equalised through Andre Schurrle, have the worst defensive record in the Premier League and have now conceded 21 goals this season. Against City, they just didn't seem to be able to get up to the necessary speed.
"I would say we were 90 percent spot on ... but it has come after a tough period", manager Juergen Klopp said. It makes no sense to moan about it when you are in it but now it is over so I can moan about it. We had a little setback on Wednesday.
"The attacking threat from their team - we stopped that today".