Liverpool came from behind to beat Burnley 3-1 at Turf Moor, reducing the gap on leaders Manchester City to two points.
Jack Cork poked Burnley into the lead on 54 minutes but it lasted just a quarter of an hour as James Milner equalised before substitute Roberto Firmino fired Liverpool ahead with his first touch.
Xherdan Shaqiri’s third goal of the season wrapped up the points in stoppage time as Liverpool maintained their unbeaten start to the season to remain on the coattails of the champions.
Burnley remain in the bottom three after a 10th defeat of the season on Sean Dyche’s 300th game in management.
Manchester United are now four Premier League games without a victory after a frantic 2-2 draw with Arsenal on Wednesday night at Old Trafford.
Arsenal, against an entirely new United back five, took the lead early on through Shkodran Mustafi’s header, which squirmed through David de Gea’s hands and just dropped over the line via the goal decision system (26).
Anthony Martial’s close-range finish brought United level shortly after (30), before two goals in the space of a minute in the second half as Marcos Rojo’s own goal from sub Alexandre Lacazette’s effort (68) gave Arsenal the lead only for Jesse Lingard to score just 13 seconds after the restart (69).
The result means United are winless in four Premier League games, leaving them eight points off the top four and a whopping 18 points off leaders Manchester City after just 15 games. Arsenal are unbeaten in 20 games in all competitions but move down to fifth.