United gave a mature response after an understandably childish first half. Tottenham and Mourinho are not working.
Liverpool were excellent against Arsenal, for whom failure to "do the basics" means trouble for Arteta.
Rabonas, comebacks, red cards, dodgy tactics and Spursiness. A classic North London Derby, then.
United were excellent but have been here before and must make this count. Pep has a few thoughts to ponder.
Liverpool are in trouble and Klopp looks completely out of ideas. By contrast, Tuchel has reinvigorated Chelsea.
The penalty incident gets about four lines so go elsewhere if you want to masturbate furiously over that.
Quadruples, Croydon De Bruynes, training games and the wonderful world of Joao Cancelo. And other things too, 16 in all.
Liverpool mark a new nadir while Everton make surprisingly light work of their first derby win since 1999...
Liverpool look broken and Klopp can hardly be blamed. Leicester were not brilliant but nor did they ever need to be.
Liverpool just got Liverpool'd. They look a little broken while Manchester City are absolutely imperious.
More encouraging signs for Chelsea, but most of these are about Spurs being comically terrible.
Arsenal should be happier with their lot than Manchester United. Solskjaer has some issues to sort out, like Rashford.
Liverpool were excellent while "individual mistakes" did for poor Tottenham and Jose Mourinho.
Manchester United will be the happier with that stalemate. But could they have pushed for more?
On Magic, kids, Leeds, replays and birthdays. It can only be 16 Conclusions from a pretty decent FA Cup third round actually.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has erectile managerial dysfunction. Pep Guardiola's rebuild looks healthy.
Goodbye, Frank Lampard. And hello to Manchester City: title contenders. It's been a while.
Liverpool proved why the title is theirs to lose. But Tottenham should be proud of their efforts.
Another goalless draw between a couple of Big Six strugglers. Another 16 Conclusions eked out.
Jose Mourinho did it again. Harry Kane did it again. Son Heung-Min did it again. Arsenal did it again.
Mourinho will protest publicly but must be the happier of the two managers. It almost worked at Chelsea.
Liverpool were absolutely brilliant. Leicester were let down by their regulars. Poor Brendan had no chance.
Alisson and Cancelo fought it out for man of the match, which downplays how great this was for an hour.
Thomas Partey and Arsenal were very good; Paul Pogba and Manchester United were very bad. That's about it, really.
We've eked 16 Conclusions out of a dour stalemate between two teams petrified of losing so the least you can do is read them...
Everton 2-2 Liverpool probably could have reaped 116 Conclusions on Thiago, James, Mane, Pickford...
Manchester United cannot carry on like this. But they will. Tottenham absolutely should.
Liverpool were and are excellent. Arsenal really need a midfielder but have nothing to be ashamed of.
Liverpool are pretty much back. Chelsea have stood still at best. The gap remains huge.
Mikel Arteta should probably not be compared to Emery any longer. Frank Lampard needs defensive help.
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