Highlights: Chelsea 2 West Ham 1, Arsenal 3 Liverpool 4, Bournemouth 1 Manchester United 3, Manchester City 2 Sunderland 1

Chelsea 2 West Ham 1

Diego Costa goes from villain to hero as late strike seals first Premier League win for new manager Antonio Conte. Chelsea striker was fortunate to still be on the pitch to score the 89th-minute winner. Costa could have been sent off for a crude challenge on West Ham goalkeeper Adrian. The hot-headed striker had already been booked for arguing with referee Anthony Taylor. Costa also clashed angrily with team-mate Nemanja Matic after he was shown a yellow card. Forward Eden Hazard put Chelsea ahead in the 47th minute by scoring from the penalty spot. West Ham defender James Collins equalised with a wicked left-footed half-volley in the 77th minute.

Arsenal 3 Liverpool 4

Coutinho scores twice as Liverpool beat Arsenal 3-4 in a thriller. Theo Walcott opened the scoring just 68 seconds after missing penalty.Philippe Coutinho free-kick brought Liverpool level before break. Adam Lallana and Philippe Coutinho scored for the Reds after half-time. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Calum Chambers responded for Arsenal.

Bournemouth 1 Manchester United 3

Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores on league debut as Juan Mata and Wayne Rooney net for Jose Mourinho’s side. Juan Mata opened the scoring for Manchester United in a fortuitous manner on 40 minutes. Wayne Rooney doubled the visitors lead on 59 minutes with a header past Artuc Boruc.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic marked his Premier League bow with a long-range strike just five minutes later. Adam Smith pulled one back for Bournemouth on 69 minutes with a thunderous left-footed effort. 

Leicester 1 Hull 2

What a start for the season! Premier League shows why it’s the best & most unpredictable as Manager-less newly promoted Hull City beat Champions of England Leicester 2-1. Adama Diomande put Hull ahead with overhead kick on stroke of HT. Inside first minute of second half Leicester were awarded a penalty & Riyad Mahrez tucked spot-kick away to draw the champions level. Robert Snodgrass puts Tigers back in front and the game ends 2-1.

 

Everton 1 Tottenham 1

Everton 1-1 Tottenham: Erik Lamela earns point for Spurs after Ross Barkley’s free-kick opener. Ross Barkley opened the scoring with a first-half free-kick that evaded every player in the box. Hugo Lloris was caught unaware with the French goalkeeper unable to keep the ball out of the net. Erik Lamela headed home the equaliser on the hour mark as the spoils were shared at Goodison Park.

Southampton 1 Watford 1

Southampton 1-1 Watford: Nathan Redmond debut goal rescues Claude Puel on St.Mary’s bow as Watford earn hard fought draw through Capoue Claude Puel and Walter Mazzarri begin their competitive debuts at their new clubs with a point a peace Etienne Capoue scored his first goal for Watford with a smart finish following a Troy Deeney knock down Nathan Redmond equalised in the 58th minute for Southampton with an impressive left footed volley Ben Watson was sent off 10 minutes after coming on as a substitute for fouling Long as the last defender

Manchester City 2 Sunderland 1

Former Manchester United defender Paddy McNair scores late own goal to gift first Premier League victory to Pep Guardiola

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