Highlights: Stoke City 1-4 Manchester City, Burnley 2-0 Liverpool, Watford 1-2 Chelsea, Tottenham 1-0 Crystal Palace, Manchester United 2-0 Southampton

Stoke City 1-4 Manchester City

Sergio Aguero propels Pep Guardiola’s side to victory with two goals in eight first-half minutes before Nolito strikes late on. Sergio Aguero put Manchester City ahead from the penalty spot in the 27th minute against Stoke. He double the lead eight minutes later with a glancing header from a Kevin de Bruyne free-kick. Bojan replied for Stoke with a 49th minute penalty after Raheem Sterling fouled Ryan Shawcross. Substitute Nolito added two more goals late on after replacing Jesus Navas in the 69th minute.

Burnley 2-0 Liverpool

Sam Vokes and Andre Gray punish Jurgen Klopp’s side for another woeful defensive display at Turf Moor. Burnley went ahead after only two minutes thanks to a strike from forward Sam Vokes at Turf Moor. Andre Gray doubled the lead on 37, weaving through Liverpool’s feeble defending and hitting the net. Liverpool dominated possession throughout the match but lacked spark and flair in attack.

Watford 1-2 Chelsea

Diego Costa and Michy Batshuayi secure comeback win after Etienne Capoue’s stunner had put the Hornets ahead. Etienne Capoue smashed home the opener into the roof of Thibaut Courtois after 55 minutes. Michy Batshuayi got Chelsea level as he pounced on a Gomes’ spill from an Eden Hazard shot. Diego Costa completed the comeback for the Blues as Cesc Fabregas proved the comeback catalyst.

Tottenham 1-0 Crystal Palace

Victor Wanyama scores the winner on his White Hart Lane debut as Spurs leave it late to clip Eagles’ wings. Victor Wanyama scored the winner on his home debut as his Tottenham side beat Crystal Palace 1-0. The former Southampton midfielder headed home after Harry Kane helped on Erik Lamela’s corner. Vincent Janssen made his first home start but the Dutch striker saw a number of chances go begging. New England manager Sam Allardyce was at White Hart Lane to watch Tottenham secure a late victory.

Leicester 0-0 Arsenal

Jamie Vardy fails to fire the Premier League champions to victory against the side he rejected a move to in the summer. Both Leicester and Arsenal are still searching for their first win of the Premier League season. Leicester’s Danny Drinkwater saw a penalty shout rejected by referee Mark Clattenburg in the first half. Jamie Vardy had an opening in the second period, but shot high and wide in Arsenal’s penalty area.

Manchester United 2-0 Southampton

Paul Pogba returns to Old Trafford but Zlatan Ibrahimovic steals the show with match-winning brace. Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s powerful header put Manchester United into the lead in the 36th-minute. Ibrahimovic converted second-half penalty after Luke Shaw was fouled by Jordy Clasie. World record £100m signing Paul Pogba made his debut for Manchester United at Old Trafford.

West Ham 1-0 Bournemouth

Michail Antonio heads home to secure win for Slaven Bilic’s side in first Premier League game at the Olympic Stadium. The encounter was West Ham’s first Premier League game at their new home, the Olympic Stadium. A dull first-half saw neither side create any chances of note as they struggled to break each other down. Gokhan Tore missed a good opportunity to put West Ham into the lead early in the second-half. Harry Arter was sent off for Bournemouth in the last 15 minutes of the tie after two bookable offences. Michail Antonio popped up at the back post to head home and wrap up three points for West Ham.

 

Sunderland 1-2 Middlesbrough

Cristhian Stuani double earns Boro derby victory as David Moyes fails to earn first point in charge at Stadium of Light. Cristhian Stuani blasted Middlesbrough ahead with a wonder-strike in the 13th minute. The Uruguayan forward doubled his side’s lead from close range on stroke of half time. Patrick van Aanholt pulled one back, following up after Duncan Watmore’s shot was saved. David Moyes yet to pick up a single point since taking over as Sunderland manager.

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