As things stand in the PREMIER LEAGUE
6 out of 6 for Liverpool. Liverpool keeps a 5 point lead at the top of the league table.
Manchester City had no mercy when Watford came to visit.
Arsenal fights back to get a home victory.
Manchester United is still figuring out how to play football.
Wolves and Watford are at the bottom of the league standings with no wins from their opening matches.
And Sergio Aguero pulled away from Tammy Abraham in the ‘Top Goalscorers’ list with his 8th goal of the season.
Southampton 1-3 Bournemouth
Goal Scorers Southampton – James Ward-Prowse 53′ (pen)
Goal Scorers Bournemouth – Nathan Ake 10′ Harry Wilson 35′ Callum Wilson 90+5′
Leicester City 2-1 Tottenham
Goal Scorers Leicester City – Ricardo Pereira 69′ James Maddison 85′
Goal Scorers Tottenham – Harry Kane 29′
Burnley 2-0 Norwich
Goal Scorers Burnley – Chris Wood 10′ 14′
Everton 0-2 Sheffield United
Goal Scorers Sheffield United – Yerry Mina 40′(og) Lys Mousset 79′
Manchester City 8-0 Watford
Goal Scorers Manchester City – David Silva 1′ Sergio Aguero 7′(pen) Riyad Mahrez 12′ Bernardo Silva 15′ 48′ 60′ Nicolasa Otamendi 18′ Kevin De Bruyne 85′
Newcastle 0-0 Brighton
Crystal Palace 1-1 Wolves
Goal Scorers Leander Dendoncker 46′(og)
Goal Scorers Wolves – Diogo Jota 90+6′
West Ham United 2-0 Manchester United
Goal Scorers West Ham United – Andriy Yarmolenko 44′ Aaron Cresswell 84′
Arsenal 3-2 Aston Villa
Goal Scorers Arsenal – Nicolas Pepe 59′(pen) Calum Chambers 81′ Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 84′
Goal Scorers Aston Villa – John McGinn 20′ Wesley 60′
Chelsea 1-2 Liverpool
Goal Scorers Chelsea – N’Golo Kante 71′
Goal Scorers Liverpool – Trent Alexander-Arnold 14′ Roberto Firmino 30′
A late defensive error allowed Bournemouth to end the game with a flattering score against Southampton.
VAR gets Tottenham this time. Serge Aurier’s disallowed goal ended up costing Tottenham a point at Leicester.
Chris Wood‘s brace gives Burnley a win over Norwich.
Sheffield United goes to Goodison Park and collects the maximum points against Everton.
Manchester City took placed frustration from their shocking defeat against Norwich in the last round on Watford. An emphatic 8-0 win for City
Newcastle played for a point and they got it at home against Brighton.
A 10-man Wolves side was able to get a point at Selhurst Park against Crystal Palace.
Manchester United is humiliated in London after suffering a ‘2-0’ defeat to West Ham.
A dramatic gama at the Emirates Stadium finished with Arsenal on the right side of a ‘3-2’ score against recently-promoted Aston Villa. Arsenal had to play the entirety of the second-half with a numerical disadvantage after Ainsley Maitland-Niles got sent off in the 41st-minute on a red card.
Liverpool stays at the top of the league with a perfect record after picking up a win at Stamford Bridge.