The English Premier League entered Week 5 this weekend with an already bad stumble to the title defense for reigning champions Chelsea getting worse; suffering a humiliating 3-1 loss at Everton, falling behind leaders Manchester City by a 11points and dropping to the 16th spot on a mere 4points out of a possible 15.
Leaders - Manchester City kept up their winning run with a lone last-gasp goal victory at Crystal Palace courtesy of Kelechi Iheanacho to open a 5point lead over second placed rivals Manchester United who demolished visiting Liverpool by three goals to one.
Elsewhere Arsene Wenger's Arsenal grabbed their first home win of the season with goals from Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud score in a one sided contest to move to the third spot on 10points, West Brom and Southampton divvied the points, ten-man Hornets (Watford) held on for first Premier League win against Swansea and Norwich demolished Bournemouth by 3 goals to 1.
On Sunday, Tottenham grabbed their first 3points of the season at Sunderland, Leicester maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a stunning win over Aston Villa and Dimitri Payet's double for West Ham left Newcastle winless on Monday Night Football.
Everton 3-1 Chelsea
Chelsea's early-season woes continued as substitute Steven Naismith's hat-trick inspired Everton to a 3-1 victory over the champions at Goodison Park.
Having been brought on in place of the injured Muhamed Besic after only nine minutes Naismith rounded off a great move to head the hosts in front on 17 minutes.
After stand-in Chelsea 'keeper Asmir Begovic had denied Arouna Kone and James McCarthy with two brilliant saves, the Scotland international doubled the Toffees' tally with a low strike on 22 minutes.
Chelsea clawed themselves back into the game when Nemanja Matic's thunderous drive halved the deficit ten minutes before the interval.
But the Chelsea comeback failed to materialise as Naismith became the first player to score a hat-trick against Jose Mourinho in the Premier League with his third eight minutes from time.
The result condemns Chelsea to their worst league start since 1988 - they now have four points from their opening five games - and the 12 goals they have conceded is more than anyone else in the Premier League.
Arsenal 2-0 Stoke City
Goals from Theo Walcott and Oliver Giroud sent Arsenal to their first home win of the season as Stoke were humbled 2-0.
Walcott, starting up front instead of Giroud, opened the scoring on 30 minutes after Alexis Sanchez had hit the post twice in the early stages, making it 11 goals in his last 11 Premier League starts.
Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland continued to deny the hosts with a string of wonderful saves but the second goal came with five minutes remaining when substitute Giroud flicked home a header from close range.
Palace 0-1 Manchester City
Kelechi Iheanacho scored a last-minute winner to give Manchester City a 1-0 win at Crystal Palace.
The teenage substitute forced the ball home from close range within a minute of his arrival to maintain City's 100 per cent start to the season and move five points clear at the top of the table at Selhurst Park.
City had looked like being denied with Sergio Aguero's first-half injury hampering their progress but the late goal ensured new signing Kevin De Bruyne, Aguero's replacement, marked his debut with a win.
West Bromwich 0-0 Southampton
Saido Berahino came off the bench 10 days after claiming he would never play for West Brom again as his side drew 0-0 with Southampton.
Tony Pulis thought his side should have had a penalty after Callum McManaman went down under the challenge of Matt Target in the 16th minute but nothing was given by referee Stuart Attwell.
There was a real lack of creativity in attack from both sides but Southampton did manage to create one clear cut opening in the 37th minute as Jay Rodriguez headed Dusan Tadic's cross wide from close range
Watford 1-0 Swansea
Odion Ighalo's second-half goal secured Watford their first Premier League win of the season, beating Swansea 1-0.
The Nigeria striker, who signed a new five-year deal last week, volleyed home Troy Deeney's header across the box from a long goal-kick forward on 59 minutes - his second of the campaign.
But the hosts were made to sweat for 25 minutes after Valon Behrami was shown a straight red card for violent conduct - a stamp on Andre Ayew's left knee midway through a challenge.
Norwich City 3-1 Bournemouth
Norwich swept past fellow Premier League newcomers Bournemouth at Carrow Road with Matt Jarvis on target on his debut.
Cameron Jerome opened the scoring for the Canaries in an even first half before Norwich put the game out of sight with two counter-attacking goals in the second, Wes Hoolahan with the first before Jarvis curled home to make it 3-0.
Bournemouth pulled a goal back with just under 10 minutes to go, centre-back Steve Cook heading home from a corner.
Manchester United 3-1 Liverpool
Substitute Anthony Martial scored on his Manchester United debut as they beat Liverpool 3-1 to move up to second in the Premier League.
Daley Blind gave the hosts the lead shortly after the break, before Ander Herrera converted from the penalty spot after he was brought down by Joe Gomez in the box.
Christian Benteke pulled one back with a stunning strike, but Martial restored United's two-goal lead with an excellent individual goal.
Sunderland 0-1 Tottenham
Ryan Mason struck late to hand Tottenham their first three points of the season with a 1-0 victory at Sunderland.
It took Spurs until the 82nd minute to break the deadlock as Harry Kane combined with substitute Erik Lamela, whose defence-splitting pass found Mason and he chipped the ball past Costel Pantilimon to round off a 15-pass move.
It was a bitter blow for Dick Advocaat's team, who were the better of the two sides in the first half, hitting the post through former Spurs striker Jermain Defoe shortly before half-time.
Leicester 3-2 Aston Villa
Leicester staged a stunning late comeback to beat Aston Villa 3-2 and continue their unbeaten start to the Premier League season.
Jack Grealish gave the visitors the lead in the 40th minute with a fine finish before Carles Gil doubled the advantage after the break with another excellent strike.
But the Foxes turned things around in a pulsating final 20 minutes as Ritchie de Laet and Jamie Vardy made it 2-2.
Nathan Dyer then netted an 89th-minute winner on his debut to complete a memorable comeback.
The result moves Leicester up to second in the table while Villa, who are winless since the opening day, will rue letting the game slip from their grasp in the final stages.
West Ham 2-0 Newcastle
Dimitri Payet scored in both halves to give West Ham a 2-0 victory that leaves Newcastle winless from five Premier League games.
The France attacker steered home a superb opener on nine minutes before firing in his second from close-range after Victor Moses had hit the bar three minutes into the second half.
The hosts looked in firm control for the majority of the game and Newcastle's chances were scant, with right-back Daryl Janmaat going closest when he forced Darren Randolph to save in the first half.
(match reports from BBC, skysports and dailymail were used in this compilation)
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