Manchester City 5-0 Liverpool

English Premier League Manchester United Gabriel Jesus Liverpool

English Premier League Manchester United Gabriel Jesus Liverpool

Klopp, whose side went into the game unbeaten in their three previous matches, said he had bitten his tongue so that he would not be sent to the stands too.

Sergio Aguero opened the scoring before Sadio Mane saw red for a risky challenge on City keeper Ederson and the home side then ran riot, with a brace each for Gabriel Jesus and substitute Leroy Sane.

Sergio Aguero and Jesus scored either side of a Sadio Mane red card in the first half, and Jesus added to his tally after the break before his replacement, Leroy Sane, bagged two late goals.

"If we lose the ball in the middle, then they can play the ball there", said Klopp, quoted by the Liverpool Echo.

"The decisive decision in the whole game was the red card", Klopp told Sky Sports.

Craig Burley says Sadio Mane's red card gave Man City even more of an advantage to attack Liverpool's existing weaknesses.

Stoke 2 Manchester United 2: Manchester United concede for the first time this season, and drop points for the first time as well.

The visitors moved ahead in the 57th minute when Mkhitaryan's defence-splitting pass was converted by Romelu Lukaku after the Belgian forward's initial effort was saved by Jack Butland. After Romelu Lukaku put United in front, Choupo-Moting headed in Stoke's equalizer in the 63rd minute.

JOEL MATIP: As the senior centre-back he never really took command of things at the back and that disorganisation partly led to the crucial first goal.

At the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal eased the pressure on Arsene Wenger with a vital 3-0 win against Bournemouth. "No red." - former Liverpool striker Stan Collymore on Twitter.

"It's Manchester City away, you've got to play". Danny Welbeck scored twice and Alexandre Lacazette also netted to leave the south-coast team winless after four games.

"It was a serious performance. We were unlucky, hopefully this year [De Bruyne's shooting] can help us".

Harry Kane's double in the surprisingly easy 3-0 win for Tottenham over Everton provided reassurance for Mauricio Pochettino that his point man is as sharp as ever now that August and his traditional goal drought is over. The champions have been on the up since then, and a third successive victory was secured with a 2-1 victory over Leicester.