LONDON: Liverpool moved six points clear at the top of the Premier League as the leaders eased past Newcastle 4-0 at Anfield and Manchester City were beaten for the second time in five days, 2-1 at Leicester. Tottenham leapfrog City into second after thrashing Bournemouth 5-0, while Manchester United's perfect start under caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continued with Paul Pogba scoring twice in a 3-1 win over Huddersfield. United remain eight points off the top four as Eden Hazard scored twice in Chelsea's 2-1 win at Watford, but fifth-placed Arsenal could only manage a 1-1 draw at Brighton. Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has tried in recent days to stress that it is still far too early for his side to be talking of ending a near three-decade wait to win the title in December. However, another routine win and a 12th clean sheet in 19 Premier League games will do little to dampen expectations ahead of a huge week for Liverpool with Arsenal visiting Anfield on Saturday before a visit to City on January 3. "The six-point lead means nothing," insisted Klopp. "We play Arsenal and City. It's good that we have six points more than other teams, or seven, but that is pretty much all. "What we wanted to do all the time was create a basis for the rest of the season. Now the first part of the season is over. We want to create our own history." After a slow start Liverpool went in front through an unlikely source when Dejan Lovren volleyed home after 12 minutes. It was a far more familiar marksman who made the game safe when Mohamed Salah scored from the penalty spot before Xherdan Shaqiri and Fabinho's first Liverpool goal rounded off the scoring. City need confidence back City boss Pep Guardiola made three changes from the side that lost 3-2 to Crystal Palace on Saturday with Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne returning, but even they couldn't prevent a third defeat in four Premier League games. "We have to accept it, we have to realise that we have to work harder and try to get immediately one good result and get our confidence back," said Guardiola. Aguero set up Bernardo Silva to give the champions a perfect start, but Marc Albrighton levelled just five minutes later.