10 Premier League talking points this weekend as Liverpool’s Invincibles dream ends

There was plenty of drama in the Premier League across the latest weekend of fixtures.

Liverpool’s dream of becoming the latest Invincibles was ended in shock fashion at Watford, who blew the increasingly tight battle to avoid the drop wide open.

As well as a fight to avoid the bottom three, the race for the European spots is getting increasingly tight.

Arsenal’s hopes were dealt a boost despite not playing a game, with Manchester United, Chelsea and Spurs all slipping up.

But Wolves were the big winners with their Tottenham triumph as a host of clubs hold high hopes of playing Champions League football next season.

Here are 10 talking points from another hectic weekend of Premier League action.

Mohamed Salah failed to inspire Liverpool as their winning run came to an end
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1) Invincibles dream over for Liverpool

Liverpool’s dream of emulating Arsenal’s Invincibles is over.

The Reds are miles clear at the top of the Premier League table and with the title all but won the focus has been on completing an unbeaten campaign.

But their hopes came crashing down in unlikely fashion as relegation-threatened Watford stunned them with a 3-0 win at Vicarage Road.

After defeat to Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie, Jurgen Klopp’s side have lost two of their last three games in all competitions.

Surely nothing can stop them winning their first Premier League title at this stage, but will they respond with the Champions League and FA Cup also still up for grabs?

2) Man Utd miss opportunity

David de Gea’s early howler left Manchester United playing catch-up at Goodison Park.

And whilst Bruno Fernandes continued his stunning start to Premier League life to fire in an equaliser, the Red Devils could only manage a 1-1 draw.

Bruno Fernandes scored for the third game in a row but Man Utd missed an opportunity
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