Premier League 2018: Key talking points from match-day 6Last updated on Sep 23, 2018, 11:05 am
Premier League's match-day 6 proved to be a thrilling one, with the results reflecting the true potential each team has, and how they will fetch in the league this term.
Liverpool, Tottenham, Manchester City, and Leicester won their matches as Manchester United drew with Wolverhampton.
Salah is back to his scoring ways, and so is Harry Kane (albeit from a penalty).
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Klopp's Liverpool have already made history
Klopp's men created history by becoming the first Anfield team to win six consecutive Premier League matches at the start of a season.
Mohamed Salah found his scoring mojo once again, striking a goal in his team's 3-0 victory over Southampton.
Klopp's men were a class apart and did not even have to bring out their best to show Southampton their place.
Manchester City back to winning after a slumber
Questions were raised about Guardiola's team after they lost to Lyon, but the Catalan manager has shown, yet again, his true genius.
Manchester City didn't need Kevin De Bruyne last night as they thrashed Cardiff 5-0, with Mahrez scoring his first goal for his new club.
The intricate passing movements of City were too hot for the Welsh club.
It seems impossible for United to win at home
Last night was the second successive match which Manchester United didn't manage to win at Old Trafford, this season.
The shocking thing about United's game, last night, is that they have been making the same mistakes, with no build-up to proper attacks, most players fumbling with the ball, and Pogba, alone and helpless, trying his best.
Mourinho should shake away the complacency.
Interesting facts from last night's encounters
The points United have dropped against newly-promoted sides under Mourinho is more than what they did in a decade before him.
Klopp has won all of his five encounters against Hughes, with Liverpool remaining undefeated at Anfield in their last 24 EPL matches.
Cardiff's loss against City is the first time since 1994 that they have lost a home game with a 5-goal margin.