Daniel Sturridge scored Liverpool's winner for the third straight Premier League game to condemn fierce rival Manchester United to a 1-0 loss on Sunday, handing David Moyes his first defeat as manager of the champions.
The England striker flicked home a close-range header in the fourth minute to maintain his red-hot form and his side's perfect start to the season. Liverpool has won all three of its games 1-0.
United barely created a clear-cut chance in the absence of Wayne Rooney, missing after sustaining a head injury in training on Saturday, and has just four points from a possible nine under Moyes. And with an away match at Manchester City to come in his fifth league match, the start to Moyes' tenure as Alex Ferguson's replacement doesn't get any easier.
Even after spending 11 years in charge of Everton, he has still never won at Anfield.
The match was played on the eve of what would have been the 100th birthday of the late Liverpool manager Bill Shankly, who died in 1981 aft...