Chelsea endured a barren draw with Brentford as Liverpool recorded another crucial win against West Ham.
Chelsea struggled to get on top of their game and outshine Brentford but their efforts bore no fruit. The game ended in a draw, with each side taking one point.
The blues made five attempts on goal but only three managed to hit the target. The host also made 5 attempts and two on target.
At Anfield, Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool recorded another win a few days after beating Manchester City one goal to nil.
The Reds recorded a similar win when they hosted David Moyes' West Ham.
Liverpool record signing Darwin Nunez was the man of the show after he scored a nice goal which earned Liverpool three points.
West Ham had a chance to bring the game to level terms after they were awarded a penalty in the first half but Alisson Becker stood firm and denied Jarrod Bowen.
In other matches, Everton lost one nil to Newcastle while Southampton recorded a 1-0 win against AFC Bournemouth.
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