Mohamed Salah maintained his magnificent form by scoring a stunning goal and setting up another in Liverpool’s thrilling 2-2 Premier League draw with Manchester City.
City twice came from behind to secure a point as all four goals were scored in a pulsating second half at Anfield on Sunday, Sadio Mane and Salah on target for the Reds, with Phil Foden and Kevin De Bruyne finding the back of the net for the champions.
Brentford continued their great start to life in the Premier League with a 2-1 London derby win at West Ham, while Tottenham stopped the rot with a win over Aston Villa.
Crystal Palace fought back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Leicester City in another entertaining game in the capital.
Using Opta data, Stats Perform looks at the key statistics from Sunday’s games.
Liverpool 2-2 Manchester City: No stopping sensational Salah
Salah has now scored in seven consecutive matches in a row in all competitions, matching his best scoring run for the Reds that he also achieved in April 2018.
The Egypt forward has either scored (9) or assisted (3) in eight of his nine games in all competitions for the unbeaten Liverpool this season, having a direct hand in more goals so far in 2021-22 than any other Premier League player (12).
Foden (21 years and 128 days) is the youngest player to score in three consecutive Premier League appearances against Liverpool since Romelu Lukaku in November 2013 (20y 194d).
City conceded more goals on Merseyside than in their previous seven top-flight games combined beforehand (1).
Tottenham 2-1 Aston Villa: Spurs end losing streak
Spurs had been smarting from three consecutive defeats in the Premier League, but they edged out Villa.
Tottenham have won 11 of their past 13 top-flight games against Villa, scoring at least two goals in each of those victories.
Harry Kane was unable to find the back of the net, though, and the England captain has not scored in any of his past six Premier League matches – his longest scoreless streak in the competition since failing to net in his first six games of the 2015-16 campaign.
Villa suffered their 72nd away Premier League defeat in London; only Newcastle (81), Everton (79) and Southampton (74) have lost more in the capital.
West Ham 1-2 Brentford: Bees provide a sting in the tail
Brentford are sitting pretty in seventh spot in their first Premier League campaign after Yoane Wissa stunned the Hammers with a last-gasp winner.
West Ham have lost four of their past seven home Premier League matches, as many as they lost in their previous 20 at London Stadium (W11 D5 L4).
Brentford’s Bryan Mbeumo has scored five goals in his past seven away league matches (excluding play-offs) – he had only scored six in his first 40 on the road for the Bees.
Crystal Palace 2-2 Leicester City: Battling Palace thwart Foxes
Palace are unbeaten in the Premier League at Selhurst Park since Patrick Vieira took charge (P4 W1 D3). The Frenchman is the first Eagles manager to avoid defeat in his first four home games in the competition.
Leicester failed to win a Premier League game in which they were ahead at half-time by two or more goals for the first time since October 2003 (4-3 defeat v Wolves).
Foxes striker Jamie Vardy has scored 90 goals in the Premier League since turning 30, just three fewer than Ian Wright (93) as the player with the most goals in the competition after his 30th birthday.