Pablo Fornals gave the London club the lead and Mohamed Salah equalized.

Liverpool got a goal VAR-failed after Sadio Mané went too hard into the duel with goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski before Diogo Jota rolled the ball into the empty net.

The match seemed to go towards a draw, but Jota got his revenge with five minutes left of regular time.

With the 2-1 victory, Liverpool took over the league lead and are three points ahead of local rival Everton - who have one match less played.

Liverpool also equaled the club record with 63 straight games without a loss at home at Anfield.

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A point in seven games and only three goals scored.

Unless there is a clear upswing after the lousy start, Sheffield United will face an extremely difficult season.

The Premier League has not started brilliantly by Manchester City either, but for Pep Guardiola & Co it points upwards - thanks to Kyle Walker's powerful distance shot.

The goal in the first half stood as the only match of the match at Bramall Lane in Sheffield.

Chelsea beat Burnley easily

Burnley look set to join Sheffield United in the battle to survive in the Premier League.

For the first time in ten years, the club lost its fourth straight game at home at Turf Moor.

And just like Sheffield, Burnley have only managed to take one point so far.

Hakim Ziyech celebrated his first goal in the Chelsea shirt since the transfer from Ajax.

Kurt Zouma nodded in 2-0 in the middle of the second half and Timo Werner easily put in 3-0 and the last goal of the match.

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Everton and Liverpool played 2-2.

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