- Leeds United vs Liverpool ended in a 0-3 defeat for the hosts as Jurgen Klopp's men walked home with all three points
- Mohamed Salah, Fabinho and Sadio Mane were all on target for Liverpool whose victory fired them to third on the log
- The 2020 Premier League champions will now take on Crystal Palace in their next fixture
Leeds United vs Liverpool saw the Reds bounce back to winning ways as they secured a comfortable 3-0 win at Elland Road on Sunday, September 12.
The Merseysiders were looking to get their season back on track after settling for a disappointing 1-1 draw against rivals Chelsea last weekend.
Leeds, on the other hand, were desperate to secure their first win of the new season having initially lost once and drawn twice.
However, it was the visitors who reigned supreme, with Mohamed Salah scoring his 100th Premier League goal to help his side cart home all three points.
The clash started on a pulsating note, with the home side squandering an early chance that should have put them ahead.
Salah went on break the deadlock in the 20th minute, tapping in from five yards after being set up by Alexander-Arnold.
Sadio Mane had two brilliant chances to double his side's lead but missed both last the first half finished 1-0.
Fabinho made it 2-0 for the visitors just four minutes after the restart, pouncing on the bouncing ball to poke into the net from another Alexander-Arnold delivery.
Stuart Dallas, who came on as a substitute had a chance to pull one back for Leeds in the 54th but his header was calmly collected by Alisson Becker.
Soon after, the hosts were reduced to 10 men after Pascal Struijk was sent off for a rash challenge on Harvey Elliot who had to be stretchered off.
Liverpool managed to take full advantage of Leeds' numerical deficiency, making it 3-0 via Mane at the death to storm to victory.
The win saw them climb to third on the charts with 10 points, on level with leaders Man United and second-placed Chelsea.
Chelsea hit 600 wins
Earlier, TUKO.co.ke reported Chelsea have joined Man United in the exclusive club of teams who have recorded 600 or more Premier League wins following their resounding victory over Aston Villa.
The Blues ran out 3-0 victors over a stubborn Villa side who put a spirited fight at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, September 11.
The match saw Romelu Lukaku shine once again as he netted a brace to steer the Blues to victory.
While Villa put on a valiant display to create numerous goalscoring chances, it was the Blues who made theirs count as Mateo Kovacic also got his name on the scoresheet.
Despite the close affair in west London, Chelsea's win did see them earn a place in history books as they became only the second club to reach 600 wins in the history of the Premier League.