Liverpool headed into the game having endured a mixed start to the season so far and sat 9th in the Premier League with two wins, four draws and one loss.
Their last league outing saw them scrape a 3-3 draw with Brighton, before beating Rangers 2-0 in the Champions League.
Arsenal, on the other hand, were top of the Premier League with seven wins and one loss before gameweek 10, but dropped down to second on Saturday after Manchester City beat Southampton 4-0.
The Gunners have scored 20 and conceded eight, which is not too far off Liverpool’s 18 goals scored and nine conceded.
And now, at the time of writing, it is Arsenal who are in the lead.
The Gunners took less than a minute to open the scoring on the day. Bukayo Saka was not closed down by Virgil van Dijk. He then slipped in Martin Odegaard who sent Gabriel Martinelli through on goal to score.
After another poor start for Liverpool, fans have taken aim at both Virgil van Dijk and Alexander-Arnold.