Liverpool booked a 3-0 home win at Crystal Palace on Saturday in the Premier League, thanks in part to Sadio Mane's 100th goal in the service of the club.

'The Reds' ended in Manchester City, which failed to score against Southampton: 0-0.

Mané opened the score for Liverpool shortly before half time by tapping in a rebound from close range.

The Senegalese, who has played at Anfield since 2016, is the nineteenth player with at least a hundred goals in the club history of 'The Reds'.

Mohamed Salah scored his 130th goal for Liverpool in the second half.

The Egyptian took advantage of a covering error by Crystal Palace substitute Jairo Riedewald on a corner and worked at the far post.

The third goal also came from a corner.

A deflected ball was nicely completed by midfielder Naby Keïta.

Virgil van Dijk played the entire match at Liverpool.

The central defender was close to a goal with a header that went narrowly over.

There was no getting through for Manchester City against Southampton.

There was no getting through for Manchester City against Southampton.

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Manchester City not past Southampton

Liverpool are the leader with thirteen points from five matches, although Manchester United can still come alongside on Sunday.

Manchester City are only ten points after a 0-0 at home against Southampton.

With defender Nathan Ake on the field for ninety minutes, City dominated the game, but manager Josep Guardiola's team failed to score.

Deep into stoppage time, Raheem Sterling looked set to take the win for City, but his goal was ruled out by VAR for offside.

Arsenal recorded its second win of the season.

A goal from Martin Ødegaard from a free kick was enough for a 0-1 win over Burnley, where Erik Pieters remained on the bench.

Norwich goalkeeper Tim Krul had to allow three goals against Watford (1-3) and is scoreless at the bottom with his team.

Everton suffered their first Premier League defeat against Aston Villa.

The club from Liverpool, which has so far surprised with three wins from four matches, went down 3-0 in Birmingham.

Anwar El Ghazi remained on the home side's bench for the entire match.

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