Premier League champions Liverpool, maintained their perfect start to their defence of the Premier League title with a 3-1 victory over Arsenal at Anfield.
The Gunners who began the game sitting back, but got the chance courtesy of a poor clearance from Andy Robertson, causing the Reds a goal which was scored by Alexandre Lacazette, putting the Gunners in front in the 25th minute.
The Premier League champions responded with an equalizer from Sadio Mane, bringing the game to a balance.
Making amends for poor clearance was Scottish left-back Andy Robertson.
The former Hull City man scored to put Jürgen Klopp’s men in front for the first time of the night, marking his Reds debut, was Portuguese International Diogo Jota coming in for Sadio Mane to round off the goal scoring, with a goal. The former Wolves man registered his name on the scoresheet with a goal, as the Champions secured all three points.
Arsenal missed a great chance to equalise in the second half when Lacazette failed to beat Alisson one-on-one.
Both teams will return to Anfield on Thursday to play each other in the fourth round of the EFL Cup.
Diogo Jota is the 13th player to score on his Premier League debut for Liverpool, and second to do so in a match against Arsenal, after Sadio Mane.
Andrew Robertson has either scored or assisted in seven of his last eight Premier League appearances for Liverpool, only failing to do so against Chelsea (2 goals, 5 assists)
Sadio Mane has scored in four of his five Premier League home games against Arsenal for Liverpool (4 goals)
Alexandre Lacazette is the first Arsenal player to score in the first three matchdays of a Premier League season since Olivier Giroud in 2013-14.