"That was something for concern certainly for the Chelsea fans at the start of the season". Watching them is really good.
They are all yet to taste defeat this season in the eight games they have played so far.
But Mahrez looked nervous as he thumped the penalty high over the bar knowing one goal would have clinched the three points.
Manchester City and Liverpool, two of the most prolific attacking sides in Europe and contenders to win the Premier League and more, faced off at Anfield on Sunday in league play, and it was a match that was expected to bring a least a couple goals. In the league, City has clicked into gear and are already top of the Premier League table only dropping points away to Wolves at the end of August.
I am expecting City and Liverpool to fight it out, with Chelsea the only other team who can challenge for the title - though for that to happen, a lot depends on Eden Hazard.
It could've been a goal and the game could've been over. The last time Liverpool managed that was in the 1978-79 season when Bob Paisley led Graeme Souness and Kenny Dalglish to a storming first division win. We don't need to be lip readers to know what they were talking about.
As I said on Match of the Day on Saturday, what has been happening at United this season has been embarrassing, right through the club.
Blues boss Maurizio Sarri has talked about there being a gap between his team and City and Liverpool, but they can close it if they can keep Hazard fit and in the kind of form he is in at the moment. If he can do that again, they have a chance of being champions - possibly.
The Spaniard, who became the most expensive goalkeeper in history when he traded Athletic Bilbao for Chelsea in August, tipped the stinging effort onto the crossbar.
They are also managing around 20 goal attempts per match this season, compared with just under 17 in the same matches last season - despite losing Kevin de Bruyne to a knee injury shortly after their opening match of the campaign.
First half substitute Juan Mata then pulled one back from a free-kick, before Anthony Martial equalised just moments later. Both of these two have more players that can threaten.
Despite being gifted the opportunity to grab all three points at their title challenger's home ground, only for Riyad Mahrez to miss a late penalty, Pep Guardiola will undoubtedly be the happier of the two managers after claiming a point.
Twitter reacted to the draw and here are some of the best tweets.