PL Wrap: Chelsea cop shock upset, Reds close gap on City
Liverpool closed back to within two points of Premier League leaders Manchester City by coming from behind to beat Burnley 3-1 as Manchester United and Arsenal shared the spoils in a thrilling 2-2 draw at Old Trafford.
Wolves also overturned an early deficit to inflict just Chelsea's second defeat of the season in a 2-1 win at Molineux, allowing Tottenham to move back up to third with a comfortable 3-1 win over Southampton.
BURNLEY V LIVERPOOL
Given the relentless pace being set by City at the top of the table, Liverpool couldn't afford any slip ups at Turf Moor despite Jurgen Klopp making seven changes with Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino left on the bench and Sadio Mane missing through injury.
Their firepower was badly missed as Liverpool laboured in the first-half and went behind early in the second.
A huge error by £67 million ($75 million) goalkeeper Alisson Becker for Burnley's shock opener allowed Jack Cork to bundle home after the Brazilian fumbled in the wet conditions.
However, the visitors quickly rallied to stretch their unbeaten start to the league season to 15 games.
James Milner levelled just after the hour mark and then turned provider for Firmino to turn the game around just three minutes after coming on as a substitute before Xherdan Shaqiri sealed the three points late on.
Burnley 1 (Cork 54) Liverpool 3 (Milner 62, Firmino 69, Shaqiri 90+1)
MANCHESTER UNITED V ARSENAL
Arsenal stretched their unbeaten run to 20 games, but failed to take advantage of two gifts from the hosts as United's winless run in the Premier League extended to four matches.
Amid an under-performing side this season, goalkeeper David de Gea has remained in almost impeccable form, but the Spaniard spilled Shkodran Mustafi's header over the line to hand Arsenal the lead 26 minutes in.
Four minutes later the hosts levelled when Anthony Martial turned home Ander Herrera's cross after Bernd Leno saved Marcos Rojo's cross.
Both second-half goals came in a crazy minute as firstly Rojo turned the ball off Alexandre Lacazette and into the United net in his attempts to make a last-ditch tackle.
Arsenal were barely done celebrating when the ball was in the net at the other end as a misunderstanding between Sead Kolasinac and Leno allowed Jesse Lingard to nip in and equalise.
De Gea redeemed himself with two fine saves from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Henrikh Mkhitaryan also had a late Arsenal goal ruled out for offside as Arsenal had to settle for maintaining their eight-point lead over United.
Manchester United 2 (Martial 30, Lingard 69) Arsenal 2 (Mustafi 26, Lacazette 68)
WOLVERHAMPTON V CHELSEA
Wolves registered their first win in seven games despite going behind to Ruben Loftus-Cheek's 18th-minute opener for Chelsea.
Raul Jimenez and Diogo Jota struck in a four-minute spell either side of the hour mark.
It was a night to forget for Blues goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, who committed a howler to concede Wolves' equaliser.
It meant a second defeat in three League outings for Maurizio Sarri's side, which featured five changes in the starting line-up but looked set to claim victory during a comfortable first-half display.
It was a momentous night for Wolves, however, with Nuno Espirito Santo's side recording their first victory in seven league games to bring an end to a slump that had followed an impressive start to the season.
They were second best for much of the first half and had already withstood some Chelsea pressure when the visitors took the lead.
Loftus-Cheek cut in from the left and hit a curling shot that struck the head of the unlucky Conor Coady to wrongfoot goalkeeper Rui Patricio and creep inside the near post.
A fine save by Patricio denied Willan a second goal for the visitors before a brilliant saving challenge from Ryan Bennett thwarted Willian.
Morata and Kante both went close for Chelsea early in the second period but Wolves were level just before the hour mark when Morgan Gibbs-White fed Jimenez, who drilled a low shot under goalkeeper Kepa.
The winner came in the 63rd minute when Matt Doherty crossed and Jota side-footed home.
Wolves 2 (Jimenez 59, Jota 63) Chelsea 1 (Loftus-Cheek 18)
TOTTENHAM V SOUTHAMPTON
Spurs took advantage of Chelsea and Arsenal dropping points to move back up to third with a comfortable 3-1 win over Southampton, whose new manager Ralph Hasenhuttl watched on from the stands at Wembley.
Harry Kane turned home Christian Eriksen's cross to give Tottenham a half-time lead before Lucas Moura and Son Heung-min scored twice in four minutes after the break to bounce back from a painful North London derby defeat to Arsenal on Sunday.
Tottenham 3 (Kane 9, Moura 51, Son 55) Southampton 1 (Austin 90+3)
FULHAM, LEICESTER AND EVERTON, NEWCASTLE DRAW
Fulham edged to within a point of safety despite blowing the lead in a 1-1 draw with Leicester.
Honours were also even in a 1-1 draw between Everton and Newcastle as Richarlison cancelled out Salomon Rondon's opener.
Everton 1 (Richarlison 38) Newcastle 1 (Rondon 19) Fulham 1 (Kamara 42)
Leicester 1 (Maddison 74)