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Tottenham edged West Ham by a lone goal, Watford stunned Wolves with two quick goals within a minute to end the latter’s unbeaten six-game winning run, and Cardiff doubled up the score on Fulham in a thrilling 4-2 victory for their first win of the season.

Ross Barkley scored with one of the final kicks of the game to rescue a point for Chelsea against Manchester United.

 The English Premier League returned this afternoon following the international break with some thrilling results, as Chelsea’s Ross Barkley snatched victory out of the hands of Manchester United with his 96th minute equalizer at the Stamford Bridge, and Liverpool scored a lone goal win against Huddersfield to join Manchester City at the top of the table, after the latter’s 5-0 home rout of Burnley.

Elsewhere on Saturday, Huddersfield picked up a point at Burnley, Wolverhampton Wanderers extended their unbeaten run in the league to six matches, following a lone goal win over Crystal Palace, ...

Substitute Alexis Sanchez heads late winner to complete superb comeback and ease pressure on Jose Mourinho as his side end run of four games without a win.

With the top three teams in the Premier League standings all set to play tomorrow - Manchester City at Liverpool, and Chelsea at Southampton - Manchester United provided all the excitement on the day as they roared back from two goals down for a nerve-wracking victory over Newcastle at Old Trafford.

Chelsea fluffed the chance to end Liverpool’s unbeaten start to the seasson, as Daniel Sturridge netted a last-gasp stunner on 89 minutes to save Liverpool from looming defeat.

Sturridge is afforded time and space to place his shot and sneaks it beyond the despairing dive of Kepa in the top corner. Image credit - News wires

Jose Mourinho returned to the hot seat on Saturday as his star studded side, Manchester United, stumbled to a 3-1 humbling at the hands of West Ham in their Week 07 clash at the London Stadium.

Elsewhere on Saturday, Fulham salvaged a point at home against Watford, a dominant Palace side were held to a goalless tie at home by winless Newcastle, and Burnley thrashed Bournemouth ...

Mohamed Salah got back to goalscoring ways in added time at the end of the first half by tapping home from close range. Image credit - Liverpool FC

It was just another easy day at the office for defending Premier League Champions – Manchester City and title hopeful side, Liverpool – as the former overwhelmed Cardiff City by a 5-0 margin and the latter held on to a 3-0 first half goal advantage over visiting Southampton for the top spot.

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