The biggest difference between Liverpool and Man City is mental strength. But that was more than enough at Anfield.
While Liverpool regain momentum, Tottenham hit a dead end. What is Mauricio Pochettino doing?
It was a point gained for Liverpool despite a rotten performance, while Marcus Rashford shone for United.
Our latest edition of EFL Conclusions starts with Middlesbrough, ends with entertainment and covers plenty in between.
Manchester United and Arsenal are confusing and confused. How do you possibly unpick all of *that*?
An apology of sorts to Sheffield Wednesday features, but Nottingham Forest top the damn pile.
Liverpool have more cause for concern than Chelsea after that. Yet these f***ng mentality monsters roll on.
Our latest edition of 16 EFL Conclusions takes us from Huddersfield to Cheltenham, with a few stops in between.
The EFL season is starting to take proper shape. And our resident expert can't see past Nketiah's Leeds.
Arsenal will be happy but disappointed, Tottenham frustrated but relieved. Inject the north London derby right in.
Where better to start than with EFL kings Swansea? Don't forget Charlton, Exeter or Jude Bellingham, mind.
Loads of games, loads of goals and a load of conclusions. Well done Everton; you probably need this.
Seb Stafford-Bloor was at White Hart Lane to see an end-of-cycle performance from Spurs...
It's as you were for Leeds United. Unfortunately, the same can also be said of Boro...
Arsenal had a plan. It's just a shame it played directly into Liverpool's strengths. Silly sods.
Shock at Sheffield Wednesday, fantastic Fulham, Salford struggles, an Edinburgh tribute and much, much more.
Seb Stafford-Bloor was at Stamford Bridge to watch Chelsea fade and Leicester frustrate...
Liverpool success is not without caveats, while Lampard needs to quickly develop as a tactician. And bloody UEFA...
This is Manchester United. But is this Frank Lampard's Chelsea? How much can we read into either side's future?
Liverpool were one obstacle too far for Tottenham. The better side on the night lost, but the better side overall won.
On this confusing Chelsea, Mesut Ozil, Lucas Torreira and the mystery of Maurizio Sarri...
Man City's brilliance, Liverpool's excellence, Aubameyang's awesomeness, sorry Sarri and miserable Man United feature.
A promising start which gave way to error and fatigue - this was Solskjaer's United in microcosm...
David Moyes was accidentally right about Manchester United five years ago. City are just too damn good.
Bernardo Silva is just ridiculous. And so is Tottenham even competing against this Manchester City team.
Mauricio Pochettino is a genius and Victor Wanyama is a hero, but Pep Guardiolais is still addicted to the light that blinds him.
Liverpool are quite something. Jurgen Klopp is not David Moyes. And Chelsea simply lost to the better team.
Pep Guardiola beat himself in a sixth straight Champions League knockout tie. Props to Pochettino, mind.
Jurgen Klopp's side got the result in a game that was in constant motion. Fid Spurs deserve better?
Arsenal have played better and lost. Manchester United have played worse and won. Football, eh?
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