Liverpool's Mohamed Salah rounds Manchester City's Ederson to score their first goal REUTERS/Andrew Yates
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Fans of Liverpool and Manchester City are set to watch this season's Premier League title race from "inside the game," even through the eyes of Sergio Aguero or Mohamed Salah, thanks to the latest in broadcasting innovation. Technology giant Intel has joined with champions City, Liverpool and Arsenal to introduce its state-of-the-art True View system to the Etihad, Anfield and Emirates stadiums.True View, used in TV coverage of Sunday's Super Bowl and also to bring fans courtside in NBA, will allow 360-degree replays of all the key moments.Billy Hogan, Liverpool's chief commercial officer, said that True View would offer fans a completely new experience.Only three Premier League clubs have so far joined with Intel with True View set to be rolled out "later this year".
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