By Victor Kanayo
Liverpool on Sunday night failed to break down struggling Manchester United in one of the weekend Premier League games.
The outcome of the much-talked about encounter between the rivals
got Erik Ten Hag leaving Anfield feeling like a winner after denying fellow Reds victory for the first time at their home this season.
Manchester United fans also applauded their side for earning a goalless draw against a club leading the league ahead of weekend hostilities.
The match actually ended without any goal.
So, the Red Devils should be credited for getting a point from where Liverpool had won all 11 games in all competitions this season scoring 35 goals in the process.
Gunners Summit Return
Elsewhere, Arsenal eventually saw off a stubborn Brighton to move back above Liverpool at the top of the Premier League.
At Emirates, the Gunners returned to the summit thanks to Gabriel Jesus’ header and Kai Havertz’s late strike.
Arsenal dominated the first half without reward, but the tension eased when Jesus turned in after a corner.
The hosts were almost punished when Pascal Gross poked a golden chance wide before Havertz sealed victory to spark joyous celebrations at a relieved Emirates Stadium.
The Seagulls, who were looking for a third successive league victory at the Emirates Stadium, managed just one shot on target and dropped to ninth place.