Lacazette celebrates scoring Arsenal’s second goal against Fulham.
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Liverpool and champions Manchester City drew 0-0 at Anfield while Chelsea and Arsenal enjoyed comfortable away wins. City are top on goal difference from Liverpool and Chelsea with Arsenal two points behind. winner at AnfieldThe neutrals were hoping for a repeat of last season's thrilling games in the Premier League and Champions League between the two clubs at Anfield last season which produced 10 goals. Seven of those 10 goals were conceded by Manchester City and clearly their manager Pep Guardiola did not share the desire for another wide-open game.The German had no answer to the approach City took and his team threatened little.weekend's big winnersMaurizio Sarri's side weren't considered real title contenders at the start of the campaign but after eight games they have an identical record to City and Liverpool six wins and two draws.The draw at Anfield allowed Chelsea, who won 3-0 at Southampton, to go level on 20 points with the two clubs from the North West and it is surely time to consider Sarri's team genuine challengers.
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