The third week of the Premier League was riddled with goals, few red cards and the big quest to perfection this past weekend.


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Liverpool 4-0 Arsenal

The weekend proved how hard and aggressive Liverpool have started the season. It is no secret about their preparation. One word, thee hosts played their hearts out at Anfield and Arsenal in a way deserved the beating.

Bournemouth 1-2 Manchester City

Manchester City snatch a last-gasp winner against a resilient Bournemouth side with a late Raheem Sterling effort, who was sent off in the celebrations after. Manchester City manager did later challenge the need to have players celebrate with fans.

Chelsea 2-0 Everton

“My message for the fans is: I’m totally committed to the club,” Antonio Conte noted despite tensions at the club.

Crystal Palace 0-2 Swansea City

Palace deservedly lost a third league match in succession against Swansea City on Saturday, with word that Frank de Boer is in danger of losing his job at Crystal Palace after four games in charge.

Manchester United 2-0 Leicester City

Goals from subs Marcus Rashford and Marouane Fellaini ensured that Manchester United kept up their perfect start to the Premier League under José Mourinho.  United are going well!

Newcastle United 3-0 West Ham United

“There are similarities with Alonso,” Benitez notes of defence splitting passing from the Spaniard, Mikel Merino.

Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Burnley

The Harry Kane factor and whether he will be back in the goal sheet played again!