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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s winner handed Arsenal successive victories to the start of the season, a Premier League feat not achieved since 2009, Everton edged Watford ...

Aubameyang (14) pulls off his signature celebration – a forward front-flip – after scoring his side's second goal in style.

Title contenders, Liverpool, maintained their perfect start to the season with a 2-1 win over Southampton for an 11th successive top-flight victory dating back to last season, whilst champions, Manchester City, gave up the lead twice and settled for a 2-2 tie at the Etihad against Tottenham Spurs after Gabriel Jesus injury-time winner was ruled out by VAR.

Elsewhere on Saturday, Everton held Crystal Palace to a goalless tie and newly-promoted Sheffield United picked up an impressive point at Bournemouth.

Sterling celebrates after scoring his second goal of the game as City secured a 5-0 victory away to West Ham - Getty image

Premier League champions Manchester City and runner-ups from last year Liverpool got their season underway with blistering performances that saw the former overwhelm West Ham by five goals to nothing and the latter demolish newly-promoted Norwich City by four goals to one on Friday at Anfield.

The contest was effectively over from the moment David Silva finished from close range after 26 minutes, Jesus doubling the advantage before half-time after Bernardo Silva's sublime pass.

Man City 6-0 Watford: City thrash Hornets in FA Cup final to claim domestic treble

Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus both scored twice as Pep Guardiola's team became the first English men's side to achieve the feat of winning the Premier League, FA Cup and Carabao Cup in the same season.

"I want to share my knowledge with the next purple generations," said Kompany, who first joined Anderlecht at the age of six.

Vincent Kompany leaves Manchester City to become Anderlecht player-manager

Vincent Kompany says joining Anderlecht as player-manager is the "most passionate yet rational" decision he has made after announcing he has left Manchester City.

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