Mohamed Salah scores his 100th Premier League goal as Liverpool beat 10-man Leeds (Match Highlights)
Liverpool maintained their momentum in the Premier League standings with a victory over Leeds thanks to Mohamed Salah's 100th English top-flight goal.
The game was marred somewhat by a dislocated ankle suffered by teenage midfielder Harvey Elliott, who was taken off the field after an initially innocent-looking sliding tackle from Leeds' Pascal Struijk.
Liverpool, on the other hand, were already firmly in control of the game at that point.
Salah was perfectly positioned to tap in Trent Alexander-low Arnold's cross in the 20th minute, with Fabinho bundling home the second five minutes later following a corner.
Sadio Mane had missed a number of chances throughout the game but sealed the points in injury time with a low drive into the far bottom corner.
Leeds also had chances, with Rodrigo sending the best straight at Alisson with the game still scoreless.
Leeds, however, were unable to mount the required challenge and have now failed to earn a victory in their first four top-flight games in a season for the first time since 1958-59
They will also have to contend with a depleted central defence following Struijk's suspension and Diego Llorente's limping off in the first half to join Robin Koch on the injured list.
Jurgen Klopp's side moves to ten points, level with Manchester United and Chelsea, but with fewer goals scored.
They extended the division's longest unbeaten streak to 14 games and have won eight of their last nine away games, including the previous five.
Leeds United 0-3 Liverpool (Match Highlights)
What Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said: "It's a bad injury to his ankle. I heard it was dislocated so we could put it back and he's now in hospital. We have to wait, obviously. He played an incredible game and is an incredible player who is out.
"Do I want such a young boy early in his career to have this experience? No, but now it's the case so we have to be there and we will be there. We'll play football without him but we will wait for him as well because obviously he's a top player.
"I saw the situation and I saw immediately the extent as I could see his foot was not in the right place. That's why we were shocked."
What Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa said: "Pascal recovered the ball. The action to get the ball didn't have an infraction, but I have the feeling that the movement of the rest of his body after he recovered the ball made him hit Elliott.
"These types of recoveries of the ball are totally frequent. The difference here was Pascal's speed and power hit the opponent and that caused the injury.
"I regret dearly that such a young player who was playing at a high level was interrupted through this. I hope he is able to get back.
"For me the referee decides. He has enough resources to make the decision and I don't know why the decision wasn't immediate and it was after. But I never like to condition the decisions the referee makes."