Despite recent struggles, Liverpool’s Anfield stadium remains one of the most formidable in the world, with few football teams able to win there. Arsenal, in particular, have not won at Anfield in over a decade, and under Klopp, Liverpool have won each of their last six home ties against them. However, in a dramatic game on Sunday, Arsenal led 2-0 after 30 minutes with brilliant strikes from Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus. Liverpool fought back after Granit Xhaka needlessly shoved Trent Alexander-Arnold, rousing the home crowd and inspiring a comeback that ended in a 2-2 draw. Though Liverpool missed a chance to equalize with a penalty, they had 19 shots inside the opposition box, the most Arsenal has faced in a Premier League match since data became available. The draw snapped Arsenal’s 68 straight wins in all competitions in matches where they led by multiple goals, leaving City only six points behind Arsenal with a game in hand.