The closest United came to scoring was when Lingard’s shot hit the bar. Reuters / Jason Cairnduff
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Manchester City returned to the Premier League summit after a 0-0 draw against arch-rivals Manchester United, while Jurgen Klopp was dramatically denied his first win as Liverpool boss in a 1-1 draw with Southampton. A forgettable 170th Manchester derby yielded only two shots on target at Old Trafford, but that was enough to return City to the summit on goal difference above Arsenal, with United two points back in fourth place.Manuel Pellegrini's City could point to the absence of injured duo Sergio Aguero and David Silva, which partly explained why their attack ran dry after a flood of 11 goals in two league games.Klopp's wait for his maiden Liverpool win goes on as Sadio Mane's late equalizer earned Southampton a deserved draw at Anfield.Klopp had looked set to break his duck when substitute Christian Benteke powered in a header from James Milner's cross with 13 minutes to play.
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