Manchester United lost 4-2 in Leicester and lost in the first league for 30 games as Liverpool beat Watford 5-0 on Saturday.
Chelsea are top of the Premier League after a hard-fought 1-0 win over Brentford, while Manchester City beat Burnley 2-0.
The top three are just two points apart, but the title challenge expected by United after a summer of heavy investment is not working to increase the pressure on Oli Gunnar Solskjیرr.
United have taken just one of nine possible points and will face Liverpool, Tottenham and City in their next three league games.
Mason Greenwood’s spectacular strike pitted visitors against playing in King Power, but they were quickly pushed back by David de Gea as Yuri Telemans’ sting ended.
A barrage of four goals in the last 12 minutes again condemned the Solskir men for their first defeat on the road since January 2020.
Kegler Swayanko put Leicester in the lead before Marcus Rashford equalized in the first appearance of the season after shoulder surgery.
Straight from the kick-off, United’s Leakey defense broke down once again when Jamie Verdi smashed home and sealed the Patterson Ducky’s first Leicester stoppage victory for Brendon Rogers’ men.
“We need to look at the whole setup and balance of the team and maybe give something back,” Solsker said.
“Lately, we’re not in great form, we’ve lost a lot of points and that’s something we have to look at.”
Roberto Fermino scored his first hat-trick since 2018 as Liverpool made a splash in their first match as Watford boss on Claudio Rainier’s Wake Gear Road.
But it was Mohammad Salah who scored the most for another great solo goal to take his tally to 10 in several games for the season.
“At the moment it is clear that there is no one better,” said Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.
Salah helped open the floodgates from the defensive end, which helped Sadio Mane score his 100th Premier League goal.
Fermino scored his first goal before halftime from James Milner’s cross and took advantage of Ben Foster’s second open goal after Craig Keith Cart’s clearance attempt.
Salah outscored four Manchester City defenders in a thrilling 2-2 draw before the international break and did the same before moving far away.
Firmino then completed the route in stopping time.
The Coalition did not need to hit top gear to see Burnley as Bernardo Silva and Kevin de Bruyne were on either side of Pep Guardiola’s men’s half-time.
Chelsea needed a series of miraculous savings from Edward Mandy to make sure they weren’t the latest giants to be beaten by newcomer Brent Ford.
Ben Chellwell’s goal in the stoppage time of the first half gave the European Champions the victory as they faced the late Brentford Barrage late thanks to their Senegalese stop.
“We were very strong for 70 minutes and very lucky for 20 minutes,” said Chelsea boss Thomas Tochel.
“Thanks to Edward, we ran for three points.”
The Wolves made a miraculous 2-0 comeback with 10 minutes left and a 3-2 victory at Austin Villa.
Danny Ings and John McGinn placed the hosts in a commanding position at Villa Park.
But Roman Sis, Connor Cody and Robin Neves gave the Bruno Ledge men a dramatic three points.
Southampton won their first league game of the season thanks to a 1-0 win over Armando Broja’s Leeds.
Norwich are unbeaten and bottom of the table after a 0-0 draw with Brighton.