United have matched their record points tally after eight games of a season in the Premier League era.
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Chelsea came unstuck as Crystal Palace finally found the scoring touch, while Arsenal were exposed in a shocking loss at Watford. Manchester City ran riot against Stoke, but Manchester United took the safety-first approach at Liverpool. Here are five things we learned from the Premier League this weekend:This being Mourinho, he saw things differently, setting his side out to sit deep and defend and coming away with a point after a 0-0 draw that was every bit as forgettable as the previous goalless stalemate between the teams at Anfield 12 months previously.Pep Guardiola's team have caught the eye this season with some devastating attacking football, which reached a new high Saturday in a 7-2 demolition of Stoke.The visitors clawed their way back into the game from 3-0 down to trail by a single goal, but City merely shrugged and stepped up a gear, scoring another four in a spell of sumptuous football – and that was without their main striker Sergio Aguero. Some said Guardiola – trophyless in his first season at City – could not successfully import his brand of possession-based football into the Premier League.
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