Shaqiri celebrates after Hoedt scores an own goal and the first for Liverpool. Reuters/Lee Smith
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Liverpool secured a sixth straight win at the opening of a league season for the first time in 28 years to pull clear in the Premier League title race as Chelsea stumbled for the first time this season at West Ham Sunday.The two face off next weekend and champions Manchester City are ready to take advantage after easing into second, just two points behind Liverpool, by thrashing Cardiff 5-0 .It was another poor weekend for Manchester United, though, as they lost more ground in a draw at Wolves, while Tottenham bounced back to win at Brighton and Arsenal won for a fifth straight game against Everton.Hazard is leading the Premier League charts with five goals so far this season but strikers Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata have just one goal between them.After returning to the team as captain Sunday, the Czech veteran, 36, rolled back the years with a superb display to keep Everton at bay before Arsenal sealed a 2-0 win.
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