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    Mo Salah has become the fastest Liverpool player to score 100 league goals in his 151st appearance, but the Merseysiders have been held to a 3 all draw at Brentford in the English Premier League

    Mo Salah has become the fastest Liverpool player to score 100 league goals in his 151st appearance, but the Merseysiders have been held to a 3 all draw at Brentford in the English Premier League


    Jurgen Klopp's side are one point clear of Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United and Everton at the top of the table.

    Champions Man City have handed Chelsea their first defeat of the season, 1-nil at Stamford Bridge while Manchester United's lost 1-nil at home to Aston Villa.

    Everton and West Ham have been the other winners.

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