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Liverpool defeated Manchester City 2-1 in the International Champions Cup (that fancy-sounding crop of pre-season fixtures) and two of their returning stars made an impact.

The Reds arrived at the MetLife Stadium for the second game of their USA tour boosted by the availability of Salah, Mane, Marko Grujic and Georginio Wijnaldum.

The Egypt forward, who scored 44 goals in 52 games for the Reds last season, equalised Leroy Sane's second-half goal barely a minute after coming on as a substitute in front of a 52,000 crowd.

"I said before the game, it's not that he has problems - he has no problems", said Klopp.

However, the City manager will be more concerned by the sight of club record signing Riyad Mahrez limping out of the action just eight days before the Community Shield clash with Chelsea at Wembley.

The 50-year-old had witnessed Jurgen Klopp's men beat the Premier League champions thanks to goals from Salah and Mane - who slotted home a very late penalty.

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In comparison to their rivals, City haven't been massively active in the transfer market, with Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United all making more notable signings.

"We came here with a lot of young players and new players". I'm happy they've had success.

Guardiola, who has also spent vast sums on his team since joining City in 2016 and won the league last season with a record 100 points, did not criticise Klopp's approach ahead of a friendly between the two clubs in NY on Wednesday.

"I am pretty sure they are going to have a good season. But we will go for it with all we have", the German boss added.

"For 75 minutes, it was incredible with the players we have what we did against that team - the finalists of the Champions League, who have fantastic players". The records we took last season was a effect of what we've done every single day. "We know him well from Brazil, he has real potential, he wants to learn and hopefully tomorrow he can play and we'll see what happens". He played balls in behind and made life hard. "He has to continue with medical tests every now and then, but at least we can think a little about the future". "We are happy. We have 16 players out because our players play for the best global teams in the world".