Cardiff, Burnley and Watford also claim victories
Last updated: 09/02/19 21:21
Liverpool returned to the top of the Premier League with a comfortable 3-0 win over Bournemouth, while Manchester United took fourth place with a Fulham victory.
Liverpool put aside their recent anxieties when they raised three points over the Manchester City champions with goals from Sadio Mane, Georginio Wijnaldum and Mohamed Salah.
Mane has rewarded Jurgen Klopp's men for their anticipated dominance, taking home his fourth goal in four games after 24 minutes and Wijnaldum added a second with a lob neat 10 minutes later.
Salah made sure victory at the start of the second half and also the Egyptian hit the crossbar confident.
Both Liverpool and City have played 26 games, but the champions will have the chance to return to the top when they host Chelsea on Sunday.
Paul Pogba scored twice Manchester United he moved in the first four – at least for a day – with an impressive 3-0 a Fulham.
Anthony Martial also scored, while United recorded its tenth victory in 11 games in all competitions under the provisional leadership of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Martial opened Pogba's lead after 14 minutes and doubled the lead before the interval. Pogba's second came from the spot after Juan Mata suffered a foul.
Fulham remains 19th in the standings and well secured after the 17th defeat of the campaign.
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Cardiff He came out of the top three while he won the spectacular 2-1 victory Southampton in a remarkable final at St Mary's Stadium.
Kenneth Zohore hit for the Bluebirds, who were playing their first game since confirming the death of the record by signing Emiliano Sala, in the third minute of recovery.
Jack Stephens thought he had saved a point for Saints when he returned home from a corner just before. Sol Bamba opened the scoring after 69 minutes.
Burnley they continued their positive form test as they extended their unbeaten Premier League game to seven games with a 3-1 win at Brighton.
Chris Wood scored two goals before Ashley Barnes equalized from the penalty spot after Brighton had been denied a handball penalty against Jeff Hendrick.
Shane Duffy responded with a consolation goal for Brighton, who is now at 27 points with Burnley.
The bottom Huddersfield collapsed to their defeat 19 as Arsenal won 2-1 at John Smith's Stadium.
Alex Iwobi opened the scoring after 16 minutes, when his volley was out of Ben Hamer's grip. The effort seems to tend a deviation from Terence Kongolo, but it was still a mistake on the part of the goalkeeper.
Alexandre Lacazette hit the second of the Gunners half-time after the good work of Ainsley Maitland-Niles. The consolation of Huddersfield came in the form of a last own goal by Sead Kolasinac.
Watford amassed the pressures on their former manager Marco Silva while the Hornets were beating Everton 1-0 at Vicarage Road.
Andre Gray scored the winner after 65 minutes, bringing home a pass by Will Hughes after a careful heel of Craig Cathcart.
Everton hit carpentry through Gylfi Sigurdsson and Lucas Digne but their recent collapse continued. It was the tenth defeat of the Toffees in 16 games in all competitions.
Wilfried Zaha saved a point for Crystal Palace as the part of Roy Hodgson hit for a 1-1 draw against west Ham at Selhurst Park.
Zaha equalized from a tight corner 14 minutes from time to cancel Mark Noble's first-half penalty.
Noble was hit by the spot on 27 minutes after goalkeeper Vicente Guaita knocked off Michail Antonio.
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