You will never see a more entertaining nil-nil as both the Gunners and the Reds wasted glorious chances in a game of two distinct halves.
Brendan Rodgers' men, who have now gone five matches without a win under the Northern Irishman at the Emirates, had the better of the first-half when Brazilian playmaker Philippe Coutinho crashed the woodwork twice - firstly in the second minute with a long-range strike and lastly towards the end of the opening half as he turned inside the box.
Per Mertesacker and Laurent Koscienly were notable absentees after illness and back problems kept them from joining the squad today. As a result, Arsene Wenger's men were largely abysmal in the first-half as Calum Chambers, part of a makeshift defence including Gabriel, struggled to live with Liverpool's brand of power and skill.
The 20-year-old Englishman twice gave away the ball leading to efforts on goal from Coutinho and James Milner in the opening 30 minutes. The Merseyside club registered 11 shots on goal in the opening 45 minutes - more than any other side had managed in the two years against the North London outfit.
Though no shot was closer to going into the net than when Liverpool's most costliest summer signings, Roberto Firmino and Christian Benteke combined to create a chance in the six-yard box. However, Petr Cech, produced a point-blank save (pictured above) to stop the Belgian getting his second of the season and show he still has it after his clangers directly led to a loss against West Ham in the Gunners last home match.
That said, Arsenal could and should have gone ahead early in the first-half when Aaron Ramsey slotted the ball in past Simon Mignolet but was wrongly ruled offside. If the Welshman had scored it would have been only the third goal of the last 16 to have been scored in the Emirates.
The Gunners had only lost to Liverpool once in their last 15 matches at the Emirates before this game and were expected to show a massive improvement in the second-half. As predicted they did and had three brilliant chances to take the lead.
None were better than Alexis Sanchez who after latching onto Olivier Giroud's deft touch, slipped and ended up hitting the bar from eight yards.
A stalemate means Arsenal avoided making unwanted history by losing their opening two home matches of the season for the first time in 66 years, although they have now not won their opening two home fixtures for the first time in nine years. The Gunners are now ninth in the table.
As for Liverpool, they have kept their third clean sheet in-a-row and move up to third behind Leicester City on goal difference and Man City who are now the only Premier League club with a 100% record.