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Elsewhere on Saturday, Solly March’ stunning curler sealed Brighton’s first victory at Villa Park, and Bruno Fernandes' twice-taken second-half penalty was enough to give Manchester United their first Premier League victory of the season at ...

Giovani Lo Celso makes his impact as he finishes with the ball through Ederson's legs just 35 seconds after coming on (65)

The English Premier League resumed yesterday following the break with Chelsea’s international players showing little sign of fatigue on their way to a routine 2-0 win over Newcastle that momentarily catapulted them to the top of the table for the first time under Frank Lampard.

And on Sunday, the race for the title took a new turn as Leicester City moved up top after edging Wolves by a lone goal, Tottenham moved up second on the heels of Harry Kane’s 150th Premier League goal, Liverpool failed to reclaim the top spot ...

England captain - Harry Kane - capitalised on Sam Johnstone's hesitation to flick home a deft header in the dying minutes of the game

The English Premier continued this weekend with one time table-toppers and winners of four straight games – Everton – holding up their recent descent into the losing column with their third straight loss in as many outings – a 3-1 home loss to Manchester United on Saturday.

The Moroccan playmaker, signed from Ajax in the summer, let fly from the edge of the area with an effort that beat Nick Pope

The English Premier League continued this weekend with defending Champions Liverpool coming back from a goal down in spectacular fashion courtesy of Diogo Jota to defeat in-form West Ham to go top of the table on Saturday.

Everton maintain perfect start, Chelsea & Arsenal rebount, City falter, Leicester, United and Liverpool take a sound beat down.

Ollie Watkins scored a first-half hat-trick on a dream evening for Aston Villa against the Premier League champions.

Ahead of their looming clash with Liverpool, who fell behind them by 3 points on Sunday, Everton continued their thus far surprising and perfect run for the title with an impressive 4-2 home win over Brighton that saw Dominic Calvert-Lewin score his ninth goal of the season and James Rodriguez net twice as they beat Brighton to make it four Premier League wins from four for the impressive table-topping Toffees.

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