Liverpool played out an entertaining 2-2 draw with Everton on Saturday’s early kick-off.
Saido Mane, who was making a return to the team after missing the team’s last two matches opened the scoring in the second minute.
Michael Keane restored parity for the hosts with a glancing header to end the first half 1-1.
Mohammed Salah restored Liverpool’s lead against the run of play after a poor clearance from Yerry Mina.
Red-Hot Calvert-Lewin continued his rich vein of form with a superb header to get Everton back into the game.
Henderson thought he had given Liverpool the maximum points with a late goal, but his strike was ruled out because Mane was marginally in an offside position.
Chelsea surrendered a 2-0 lead to play out a disappointing 3-3 draw against Southampton at Stamford Bridge.
Timo Werner scored a brace to give Chelsea a 2-0 lead early in the first half, Danny Ings reduced the deficit to give the visitors a glimmer of hope going into the restart.
Kai Havertz scored his first Premier League goal to give Chelsea a 3-2 lead only for Jannik Vestergaard to snatch a late point for Southampton.
Manchester City defeated Arsenal 1-0 courtesy of a solitary strike by Raheem Sterling.
Manchester United spanked Newcastle United 4-1 courtesy of goals from Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka.