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Aston Villa 1-2 Swansea
Leicester City 1-0 Crystal Palace
Norwich City 0-1 West Bromwich
Stoke City 0-2 Watford
West Ham 2-1 Chelsea
Arsenal 2-1 Everton
Sunderland 3-0 Newcastle
Bournemouth 1-5 Tottenham
Manchester Utd. 0-0 Manchester City
Liverpool 1-1 Southampton


Reigning EPL Champions - Chelsea - slumped to their fifth defeat of the season as West Ham kept up their strong start to the season with a 2-1 victory in a match that saw midfielder Nemanja Matic and manager Jose Mourinho sent off as the visitors were dealt yet another faltering blow to a fast fading successful title defence.

Olivier Giroud and Laurent Koscielny moved the Gunners to the top of the EPL log on Saturday following their fourth straight victory of the young season, a 2-1 win over Everton at the Emirates.

In the battle of the 'Ayew Brothers' Andre Ayew's late strike heaped further pressure on Tim Sherwood as Swansea came from behind to take three points at Villa Park with a 2-1 victory over Aston Villa following Jordan Ayew's opening goal in the 62nd minute.

Elsewhere, Jamie Vardy's seventh straight Premier League goal gave Leicester a lone goal victory over Crystal Palace, West Bromwich held on to Salomon Rondon's lone goal to secure all 3points against Norwich City and Troy Deeney ended his goal drought in Watford's 2-0 win over Stoke at the Britannia Stadium.

And on Super Sunday, rivals Manchester City and Manchester United played out a dull deadlock in their much anticipated derby at Old Trafford, but the earned point was enough to allow City to move up top on the EPL log despite having the same 22points total as Arsenal who took the top spot on Saturday.

Also on Sunday, Harry Kane returned to goal scoring form with a hat-trick as Tottenham thrashed Bournemouth, Sadio Mane canceled out Christian Benteke's opener to deny Liverpool victory and Sunderland recorded their 6th straight derby win, crushing Newcastle by 3 goals to nothing for their first


Aston Villa 1-2 Swansea

Jordan Ayew and his senior brother Andre Ayew squared off on opposing sides in the EPL for the first time and it was former who struck first in the 62nd minute to put Aston Villa ahead - heading past Lukasz Fabianski after Gabriel Agbonlahor's accurate cross, but Gylfi Sigurdsson equalised six minutes later directly from a free-kick.

Both sides had chances to win the game as it opened up in the final 20 minutes, but Andre Ayew had the last laugh, turning home Kyle Naughton's dangerous cross in the 87th minute to condemn Sherwood and Villa to their sixth consecutive defeat in the Premier League.

Swansea move up to 11th after their first away win of term but Villa remain in 19th place - and could finish the weekend bottom of the table if Sunderland beat Newcastle on Sunday in the Wear-Tyne derby.

Leicester City 1-0 Crystal Palace

Jamie Vardy scored his 10th goal of the season as Leicester won 1-0 at home against Crystal Palace to remain fifth.

Vardy superbly converted Riyad Mahrez' pass after a Brede Hangeland mistake on the hour-mark at the King Power Stadium as he became only the eight player - alongside the likes of Thierry Henry and Alan Shearer - to score in seven successive Premier League games.

Leicester are now level on points with Manchester United, albeit having played a game more.

The match was one of few chances, with Marc Albrighton's shot which hit the post early in the first half the next best chance of note.

Norwich 0-1 West Brom

Salomon Rondon gave West Brom their first consecutive victory since September 2014 following a 1-0 win over Norwich City at Carrow Road.

The club's record signing rose to powerfully head the visitors into the lead a minute after the restart when James McClean expertly found the Venezuelan with a left-footed cross.

The Baggies survived a barrage of corners and a late surge on their goal to claim all three points in a result that lifts then to eighth but leaves Norwich hovering above the relegation zone in 16th place.

Stoke 0-2 Watford

Troy Deeney ended his long wait for a Premier League goal as Watford ruined Mark Hughes' 100th game in charge of Stoke with a 2-0 win at the Britannia Stadium.

Deeney - a prolific scorer for the Vicarage Road side as they won promotion from the Championship last season - broke the deadlock shortly before half-time to end a run of 857 minutes of top-flight football without a goal before Almen Abdi sealed the away success.

The results sees Watford climb to 13th and prevents Stoke from enjoying their best points return from the opening 10 games of a Premier League campaign.

West Ham 2-1 Chelsea

Substitute Andy Carroll's header gave West Ham a 2-1 win over 10-man Chelsea to condemn Jose Mourinho's side to a fifth defeat this season.

Mauro Zarate fired the Hammers in front when Chelsea failed to clear a corner and Matic was sent off after being booked twice within nine minutes before the half, and Mourinho joined him after speaking to referee Jon Moss at half-time.

Gary Cahill levelled from a corner but Carroll met Aaron Cresswell's cross to send the Hammers third in the table.

Chelsea, who have now lost five of their first 10 Premier League games this season, continue to languish in the bottom half.

Arsenal 2-1 Everton

Arsenal capped off an excellent week with a 2-1 home victory over Everton that moves them to the top of the Premier League.

Olivier Giroud followed up his goal in Tuesday's Champions League win over Bayern Munich by heading the Gunners in front after 36 minutes of Saturday night's Emirates Stadium encounter.

Laurent Koscielny doubled the advantage shortly afterwards, but a deflected strike from Ross Barkley pulled Everton back into contention before the break.

Giroud, Romelu Lukaku and Mesut Ozil all hit the woodwork in the second half but Arsenal held out for a fourth straight win, with Gareth Barry sent off late on for the visitors.

 Sunday Games

Manchester United 0-0 Manchester City

Manchester City returned to the top of the Premier League after a 0-0 draw with rivals Manchester United at Old Trafford.

The game's two best chances fell to United in the final five minutes - Jesse Lingard's effort on the stretch from six yards hitting the crossbar, before Chris Smalling's first-time shot forced a fine save out of Joe Hart.

United defender Marcos Rojo and City's Nicolas Otamendi were both outstanding as Old Trafford's atmosphere was muted long before the final whistle.

But the title rivals had to settle for a point after playing out the first goalless Manchester derby in five years; a fixture that has provided an average of 3.75 goals per game over the same period.

Bournemouth 1-5 Tottenham

Harry Kane netted the second Premier League hat-trick of his career as Tottenham came from behind to comfortably beat Bournemouth 5-1 at the Vitality Stadium.

Matt Ritchie fired in from 12 yards to put the hosts ahead inside a minute (49 secs) but Kane leveled from the penalty spot after being brought down in the box by goalkeeper Artur Boruc, before Mousa Dembele side-footed Tottenham in front.

Erik Lamela tapped in the third and Kane slid in Christian Eriksen's cross before pouncing on another Boruc error after calamitous goalkeeping from Bournemouth's Artur Boruc. Boruc error to complete his treble.

Mauricio Pochettino's side remain unbeaten in the league since the opening day of the campaign and climb to sixth in the table.

Liverpool 1-1 Southampton

Jurgen Klopp was denied his first victory as Liverpool manager as Southampton fought back to draw 1-1 at Anfield.

In a game of few clear chances, it looked as though Christian Benteke had secured victory for the Reds when he came off the bench and scored a fine header in the 77th minute.

However, Sadio Mane bundled in an equaliser with four minutes remaining before being sent off in injury-time for two quick bookings.

The draw is Liverpool's eighth stalemate in their last nine matches in all competitions and again they lacked a cutting edge in the final third, with just two shots on target.

Sunderland 3-0 Newcastle

Sunderland picked up their first win of the season and continued a hot streak of derby form with a 3-0 victory against 10-man Newcastle.

Magpies skipper Fabricio Coloccini was dismissed for a last-man challenge on Steven Fletcher, allowing Adam Johnson to fire the hosts in front from the penalty spot late in the first half.

Billy Jones then scored his first Sunderland goal to double the lead, before Fletcher sealed the result with a fine volley late on.

Sunderland moved off the bottom of the table with the win - to 18th, a spot above Newcastle.




 Match day reports from BBC, skysports and Eurosports were used in this compilation.

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