Micah Richards was in a jubilant temper as Man City loved their first Premier League win at Anfield since 2003.
Richards was on punditry obligation on Sky Sports activities alongside Liverpool legend Graeme Souness and Manchester United hero Roy Keane.
Pep Guardiola’s facet capitalised on Liverpool’s second half errors to win 4-1 at Anfield.
Richards, who performed 245 video games for City, couldn’t comprise his pleasure in a video posted on Twitter.
With the digicam pointed at Reds legend Souness, Richards begins singing: “And it’s all gone quiet over there. How are you, Graeme? And it’s all gone quiet over there, all gone quiet, all gone quiet over there.”
The previous City defender panned the digicam to Keane, who couldn’t cover the smirk on his face as Richards mocked Souness.
It was a nightmare day for Liverpool with two Alisson errors costing Jurgen Klopp’s facet.
Ilkay Gundogan had missed a spot kick earlier than redeeming himself within the second half with the opening purpose.
Mohamed Salah’s 63rd-minute penalty – ending a house purpose drought 9 minutes wanting seven hours – introduced the Reds stage.
Alisson then scuffed a go straight to Phil Foden, who drove ahead and crossed for Gundogan to make it 9 targets in his final 11 league matches.
Worse was to observe because the Brazilian then repeated the error even nearer to purpose with Bernardo Silva teeing up Sterling to nod house his 100th purpose for Pep Guardiola, with Foden including the ending touches late on.
Victory prolonged City’s profitable run to 14 matches and left Liverpool ten factors behind having performed one match extra, and even in this season of surprises a comeback from that place appears unlikely.