Manchester United may have been pleased with ending Liverpool's four-game winning run at Anfield on Monday but it is not all good news, particularly for Jose Mourinho.
The 0-0 draw against the Reds saw the visitors post their lowest possession in a Premier League match since Opta records began in 2003-04, with a paltry 35 percent of the ball.
It gets worse for the Portuguese, however, as this is Mourinho’s lowest points total after his first eight league games with a new club since his stint with Uniao de Leiria (10 points).
In fact the Red Devils were better off at this stage last season under Louis van Gaal, when they had 16 points rather than just the 14 they have acquired this time around.
It was also not a good night for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who has failed to score with any of his last 26 shots in the Premier League - after scoring with four of his first 15 shots since moving to the top flight.