While this time there were some positives to take from the Gunners' inevitable loss at Anfield, the fact still remains that Unai Emery's side were comfortably beaten 3-1.
Joel Matip got the ball rolling just before half-time with a brilliant header from a corner.
And minutes into the second-half, David Luiz was adjudged to have fouled Mohamed Salah in the box, with the Egyptian converting the resulting spot kick.
Salah then added his second - and Liverpool's third - shortly after with a brilliant solo effort, gliding past Luiz in the process.
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Arsenal did pull one back late in the day through second-half substitute Lucas Torreira, but the damage was already done.
All of Jurgen Klopp's big hitters turned up on the day once again, with Roberto Firmino at the centre of every moment of positivity.
And the Brazilian produced one of the most outrageous pieces of skill you will see this season, leaving Dani Ceballos for dead in the process.
When footage of his move first popped up on social media, it was hard to understand just how Firmino had pulled it off.
But a new angle of the incident has provided visual closure on just how Firmino did it and you can watch Liverpool's South American magician strut his stuff below.
What a baller he is.
If Firmino's resulting volley had nestled in the top corner, we'd be talking abut one of the greatest goals in the history of the Premier League.
Liverpool are now the only team in England's top-flight to have won all of their games so far this season.
The Reds' next assignment is a difficult away trip to Burnley before the international break.
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