Liverpool's Premier League subject defence suffered a good damaging blow due to Brighton earned a good shock 1-0 win at Anfield, even though Manchester City moved three points sharp at the very top with a 2-0 success against Burnley on Wednesday.
Jurgen Klopp's area paid the price for a good sloppy display due to Steven Alzate's second one half hit gave struggling Brighton a good memorable victory at the trouble of the injury-reach champions.
Brighton's first apart league get against Liverpool since 1982 was secured found in the 56th minute when Dan Burn headed a good cross towards Alzate and the Colombia midfielder flicked his shot inside far post.
Liverpool are languishing found in fourth place and trail Manchester City by seven factors, with the leaders positioning a casino game in hand.
The Reds' dismal defeat leaves them in desperate have to have of three points when in-form City visit Anfield for a crucial clash on Sunday.
Klopp's guys had looked back again on the right track after wins in Tottenham and West Ham last week.
But Liverpool have finally lost successive home league video games for the very first time since 2012 and haven't won a good top-flight meet at Anfield in 4 attempts.
Their sudden collapse on home turf is amazing given they hadn't lost a home league game since 2017 before Burnley won at Anfield on January 21.
"An extremely tough week, several away games, several very intense game titles and tonight we appeared as if we weren't fresh plenty of mentally and physically," Klopp said.
"A lot of moments where we gave the ball aside too easily. In occasions the boys looked exhausted mentally.
"We didn't seem convincing. We generate more changes and we have no rhythm so it's a problem."
Pep Guardiola's aspect had watched Manchester United draw level on tips with them in Tuesday after their bitter rivals crushed Southampton 9-0.
But City underlined their determination to carry onto top location with a composed, mature display at Turf Moor.
Gabriel Jesus opened the scoring just after a blunder from Burnley keeper Nick Pope and Raheem Sterling grabbed the next before half-time.
After a spluttering begin to the growing season that threatened to derail their title hopes, City, who have a game at hand on second put United, are in pole position to dethrone Liverpool.
So bleak was City's situation at one level that Guardiola likely to be considering qualifying for the Europa League instead of winning the title.
"We need to do our task. It's a major mistake to take into account different sides," Guardiola said of the title race.
"When we had been 12th we had been thinking overlook the Premier League, if we are able to achieve appearing in Europa League up coming season."
City go to the Liverpool showdown on a club record work of 13 successive victories in every competitions, including nine found in the league.
With Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne still sidelined by injuries, City's surge to the most notable is even more remarkable.
Last crowned champions on 2019, they are unbeaten on 20 matches in every competitions stretching back again to November and also have conceded just four goals during that run.
Their latest rock-solid effort at the back equalled the club league record of six consecutive clean-sheets.
Leicester defeat struggling Fulham 2-0 to improve their excellent away league record.
Despite the absence of injured leading scorer Jamie Vardy, Kelechi Iheanacho opened up the scoring for Brendan Rodgers' guys and James Justin doubled their lead on the stroke of half-time.
Leicester will have eight wins out of 11 on the highway.
Jesse Lingard scored twice on his West Ham debut to clinch a good 3-1 success at Aston Villa.
Tomas Soucek opened the scoring after 51 minutes when he latched into Said Benrahma's move and drilled in to the corner.
Lingard, who all signed on mortgage loan from Manchester United the other day, struck in the 56th minute.
Villa's Ollie Watkins scored found in the 81st minute, but Lingard bagged his second two a few minutes later as fifth located West Ham won for the fifth amount of time in their last six group games.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Gylfi Sigurdsson scored in Everton's 2-1 victory at Leeds, the very first time the Toffees have won 4 successive away league games since 1985.