No over and no next of Liverpool for the time being.
'The Reds' lived up to favoritværdigheden shown under rider at home against Manchester United, as the Sunday evening certainly won 3-1.
A victory, there really was never in danger, even though the guests managed to shake off a weak start, and bite again.
But a good change of Xherdan Shaqiri decided the match. The swiss whirlwind netted twice and cemented Liverpool's status as undefeated førerhold in the Premier League.
the Crowd at Anfield was entertained from the start of the match.
Romelu Lukaku had after barely four minutes the ball inside, behind Alisson, but he was properly angled for offside.
The possibility was, however, not true for the match opening, which was completely and utterly dominated by the home team.
time and Time again swept the red wave towards de Gea's goal, and after 24 minutes gave the bonus.
Fabinho chipped the ball into the penalty area, where Sadio Mané had taken the course away from Ashley Young. Senegaleseren train elegant ball down with his chest, before he flugtede the check behind David de Gea.
the raiders forced the guests further forward, and they also got a better grasp of the fight.
Still, it was a coincidence, that really gave them belief in points.
For it was the otherwise often praised the Liverpool keeper, Alisson, after 32 minutes stood behind a drop of dimensions, which gave unpleasant flashbacks to the Champion League final in the summer.
Lukakus failed post ended up in the arms of Alisson - or that is to say, it had direction. For the brazilian lost the ball straight to the feet of Jesse Lingard, who could throw himself forward and bring balance in the financial statements.
the Reversal created a more balanced fight, which, however, still had Liverpool as the dominant party.
José Mourinhos troops defended themselves, however, quite wise - and then had to Jürgen Klopp look in the catalog of genialiteter. And as so often before found the popular German a solution.
He was Xherdan Shaqiri.
Shortly after his change he pitched for the first time, when he through Ashley Young sent a random ball up in the målhjørnet to 2-1.
And ten minutes before the time he struck again - this time he sent it via Eric Baillys foot behind de Gea to the end result 3-1.
This is Liverpool still a point ahead of Manchester City in the first place, while Manchester United failed to take advantage of Arsenal's loss and the tail into the top five.
the London club lost-namely, earlier in the day 3-2 away to Southampton, with Jannik Vestergaard and captain Pierre Emile Højbjerg on the pitch throughout the match.