"Being 14 points behind, no, it is the first time".
Fred was also the target of what appeared to a be a racist gesture from a fan in the crowd, captured by television images.
Metropolis stated in a swiftly issued assertion that they have been conscious of the allegedly racist video circulating on social media and of objects being thrown and have been working with the police.
Liverpool maintained their sensational run with yet another win at Bournemouth's expense.
What started with the omission of Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino against Everton last Wednesday continued on the south coast with Sadio Mane left to cool his heels with the other substitutes.
The Scot's decision to switch formation was instantly rewarded with a goal for Richarlison before Dominic Calvert-Lewin added a double to send the crowd wild.
"I forgot actually how it feels, to be honest".
"I don't want to blame or whatever the groups I had before but this is a special group". Confidence continues to soar at Anfield and Klopp was able to rotate his squad at Bournemouth, making seven changes, but another three points were never in doubt. The next game will be the only focus now, and then the next one, then the next one.
The win moved Everton away from the relegation zone, with most of their rivals playing on Sunday.
Mourinho saw Tottenham score five goals in his fourth Premier League game in charge, something Manchester United failed to achieve in 93 league matches under the Portuguese.
Lucas Moura and Moussa Sissoko completed the scoring against a Burnley side who have conceded nine goals in four days.
Afterwards, Klopp revealed he has had to reassure the 24-year-old of his place in his plans on more than one occasion.
"United have the standard to defend and the standard to assault on the counter-attack and you must settle for that", Guardiola stated.
Keita has been a disappointment to date, but it is clear that he possesses great quality.
Watford, who appointed former Leicester boss Nigel Pearson as their new manager on Friday, were unable to force their second win of the season, drawing 0-0 with Crystal Palace.