Manchester City and Liverpool played out a thrilling 2-2 draw in their Premier League clash at Anfield.
Neither side could press for a winner late on, forcing both outfits to share the spoils on Merseyside.
Position: 18th Points: 3
It's quite early in the season for alarm bells to be ringing anywhere but there are plenty of worrying signs for Burnley.
Sean Dyche's team has yet to win a game and has only three points on the board. They were unable to break down Norwich on Saturday in a game they needed to take more from.
It's not as though Burnley have been taking early season hidings - and there were signs of encouragement in their draw at Leicester, especially in Maxwell Cornet's performance - but the rewards haven't arrived.
The good news is they are one of four clubs yet to register a win this season and there are probably teams worse than they are.
But after finishing 17th last season, you do wonder how much longer Dyche and his never-changing team can defy gravity.
Holding on to leads has become an issue - they chucked away points against Brighton, Leeds, Everton, and Leicester - and their finishing often deserts them.
The Clarets are not in a full-blown crisis yet but that first win does need to come soon. Unfortunately, they're away at Man City next.
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