Rashford: We can kick on from Liverpool draw

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Late equalisers don't come more priceless than in such matches, however, and sloppy defending by United in a rare lapse cost them two points as the forgotten man of Anfield, Adam Lallana, ghosted in at the far post to level it up. Wolves drew with Southampton and Norwich City held Bournemouth in Saturday's other encounters.

Here, the PA news agency looks at five things we learned from the Premier League this weekend.

Liverpool star Adam Lallana hailed his side's fortitude after their 1-1 draw with Manchester United on Sunday, noting that they'll need every squad member's help to win the title. In the short term the extra two points would have lifted Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side to eighth in the table instead of 13th, while a win that few people outside of Old Trafford seriously expected could have been the spark required to kick-start their season and lift morale amongst the squad and fans. However, Sterling also missed a gilt-edged chance to increase City's advantage and will have been disappointed to squander the chance for a seventh league goal of the season.

David Silva added City's second, just 93 seconds after Jesus' opener as Palace succumbed to a 10th home league defeat since the start of last season.

Meanwhile, Liverpool remain the only side left in Europe's top five leagues with a ideal record after making it eight wins from eight games with victory over Leicester before the break.

Since the start of last season, the Reds have scored 28 Premier League goals in the last 15 minutes of games, but how much can you remember about them? "I think we deserved the three points and we can say it was a better performance, but at the end of the day they didn't deserve to draw or win the game".

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Spurs made seven changes to their starting XI for this match, with Alli rewarding Pochettino for his faith as he scored his fifth league goal against Watford.

The dominant feature across the weekend's action was controversy over the use of VAR.

Jamie Vardy cancelled out Chris Wood's opener, heading home a cross from Harvey Barnes, who later became the second youngest player to provide two assists in a Premier League game for the Foxes when he teed up Youri Tielemans' victor.

Jurgen Klopp hopes to have Salah back for his side's Champions League trip to Genk on Wednesday and on this evidence Liverpool can not afford for him to miss to many matches in their bid to win the league for the first time in 30 years.

In-form Leicester have now won four consecutive home Premier League matches for the first time since winning five in a row in May 2017, while the Clarets have won just 16 times from Burnley's 100 away matches in the top tier.

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