For the first time, Jurgen Klopp's decisions are being questioned. Two points from three games will do that...
A tiny change to a system was entirely to blame for awful form not changing, apparently. Righto, Claudio.
Two crucial goals followed by one slight injury. So goes the career of Andy Carroll. But he looks good.
"It's not that easy" in China, says Sven, as Rooney ponders a reported offer of £1m per week.
"A win would have taken us out of the relegation zone," insists David Moyes, whose side was booed off the pitch.
"We deserved to win the game and it was cruel we didn't get there in the end," says Man City midfielder.
Losing their best player appears to have saved their season. Andy Carroll is a very happy man.
Jurgen Klopp complained about the Anfield atmosphere. Can the fans be blamed for his tactical inflexibility?
But three defeats against Burnley, Bournemouth and Swansea do not make you champions, Hendo.
The former referee has sympathy with Andre Marriner but says the referee should have had some help.
"You cannot always go with the head through the wall," says the Liverpool manager. What about you?
"When you score a goal, the referee doesn't matter," says Manchester City manager. It's the same old story.
"Martial was not selected," said the Manchester United manager. And it's as simple as that.
"It doesn't have to be a brilliant cross, you just have to put the ball in and he is great."
Man City had to settle for a 2-2 draw with Tottenham after chucking away a two-goal lead.
Wayne Rooney struck deep in injury time to extend Manchester United's unbeaten run to 17.
Spurs defender Kyle Walker insists he had to try something in an attempt to "put off" Raheem Sterling.
Everyone wants to praise Wayne Rooney after breaking Sir Bobby's United record...
A brace from Andy Carroll secured the points for West Ham as they beat Middlesbrough 3-1.
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