City had a goal ruled out in the second half of the match against Liverpool; one which they can attribute to ‘inconsistent’ refereeing decisions.
However, the Sky Blues accepted the defeat in good fate, but still have a number of concerns to present to the FA following the Sunday clash at Anfield.
Manchester City are likely to raise their concerns with the Football Association, who now have a list of incidents from Sunday to study.
The Cityzens have claimed that their team bus was attacked as it made its way out of Anfield on Sunday evening, with subsequent inspection showing a crack in the windscreen.
Man City have also regarded words uttered by Jurgen Klopp in a pre-match conference as ‘borderline xenophobic’.
“There are three clubs in world football who can do what they want financially,” Klopp said, referring to City, Paris Saint-Germain and Newcastle United, who have backing from Gulf states.
City’s annoyance at Klopp’s statement is quite understandable, considering that they spent a great margin less than Liverpool did in the summer transfer window.