BRIGHTON 3-2 MAN UTD
MAN CITY 6-1 HUDDERSFIELD
BURNLEY 1-3 WATFORD
CHELSEA 3-2 ARSENAL
WEST HAM 1-2 BOURNEMOUTH
LEICESTER 2-0 WOLVES
EVERTON 2-1 SOUTHAMPTON
TOTTENHAM 3-1 FULHAM
CARDIFF 0-0 NEWCASTLE
THAT'S ALL FOLKS!
For what it's worth after two games, that five-goal thriller has put Chelsea top of the Premier League.
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MATCH HIGHLIGHTS: CHELSEA 3-2 ARSENAL
CHELSEA 3-2 ARSENAL STATS
MATCH HIGHLIGHTS: LEICESTER 2-0 WOLVES
MATCH HIGHLIGHTS: WEST HAM 1-2 BOURNEMOUTH
MATCH HIGHLIGHTS: EVERTON 2-1 SOUTHAMPTON
MATCH HIGHLIGHTS: SPURS 3-1 FULHAM
MATCH HIGHLIGHTS: CARDIFF 0-0 NEWCASTLE
NUNO: WE MUST KEEP OUR BELIEF
Nuno Espirito Santo says his side must believe that they can score anytime and not give up in matches.
Back-to-back wins for Chelsea, back-to-back defeats for Arsenal.
What a bizarre, frantic, dramatic game at the Bridge. Defending is seemingly out of fashion for these two, particularly Arsenal.
Five goals, all coming from some pretty dreadful tracking, but hugely entertaining nonetheless.
Arsenal fans have a case of deja vu, I think...
90: CLOSE! Nearly a leveller for Arsenal now! What a game. It drops for Ramsey in a good position, 25 yards out on the half volley, but he pings it just inches over!
Some Arsenal fans thought that was in as it hit the top of the net...
LEICESTER 2-0 WOLVES RATINGS
Leicester: Schmeichel (7), Maguire (7), Chilwell (7), Evans (5), Albrighton (6), Pereira (7), Mendy (6), Ndidi (7), Maddison (8), Gray, Vardy (5).
Subs used: Amartey (5), Silva (4), Iheanacho (5).
Wolves: Patricio (6), Bennett (6), Coady (6), Boly (5), Doherty (6), Moutinho (7), Neves (7), Jonny (6), Costa (6), Jimenez (7), Jota (6).
Subs used: Traore (7), Bonatini (5), Gibbs-White (5).
Man of the match: James Maddison.
88: CLOSE! Arsenal all over the shop again.
Alonso is onside as he goes to collect a loose ball at the corner flag. Arsenal SO, SO slow to get back.
He is allowed to get into the box, he squares to Giroud, and his shot is saved well AGAIN by Cech! Woeful stuff from Arsenal.
WATCH: PUEL HAILS DESERVED WIN
Claude Puel felt it was a well-earned victory for his Leicester side over Wolves.
A Matt Doherty own goal and James Maddison's first strike since arriving from Norwich were enough to seal all three points.
WATCH: ALONSO MAKES IT 3-2
Could this be the winner? Watch it here...
SILVA: AN IMPORTANT WIN
Marco Silva says it was important for his side to start off with a win in their first home match of the season against Southampton.
Silva was particularly impressed with his side's first-half showing, and he believes there were enough chances to kill the game in the second period.
The Portuguese says his side will work to improve defending set pieces after Danny Ings found space inside the box to reduce the deficit.
GOAL! CHELSEA 3-2 ARSENAL (Alonso, 81)
If you defend like that, you'll concede. Simple as that. Chelsea may have won this, and sub Eden Hazard has made it.
He has it on the left, and sweeps past Lacazette with so much ease.
Alonso jogs into the six-yard box as Hazard gets to the byline, and the Spaniard is found. He steers it through the legs of Cech for 3-2!
CHELSEA 2-2 ARSENAL
78: CHANCE! Arsenal nearly ahead! Ramsey picks it up, right side of the box, and shoots low for the far corner. Kepa saves, but it runs away from him.
Lacazette and Torreira come steaming in, Kepa does well then to get two hands on it, but is caught by the Arsenal pair!
Rudiger not happy, Chelsea not happy, but it was a fair challenge.
EVERTON 2-1 SOUTHAMPTON RATINGS
Everton: Pickford (7), Coleman (7), Holgate (8), Keane (7), Baines (7), Schneiderlin (6), Gueye (6), Walcott (8), Sigurdsson (8), Richarlison (8), Tosun (7).
Subs: Davies (7), Calvert-Lewin (7), Niasse (n/a).
Southampton: McCarthy (6), Cedric (5), Stephens (5), Hoedt (5), Bertrand (5), Ward-Prowse (6), Lemina (5), Romeu (5), Redmond (5), Austin (5), Ings (6).
Subs: Long (6), Gabbiadini (5), Armstrong (n/a).
Man of the match: Richarlison
'PICKFORD LUCKY NOT TO SEE RED'
Southampton manager Mark Hughes has rued his side's missed chances against Everton, but he feels Jordan Pickford was lucky to stay on the pitch after a challenge on Danny Ings.
67: SHOT! Chelsea have a corner, which they work across the face of the box. It ends up with Jorginho, his effort is deflected, and Cech is down well to save and hold.
WATCH: BARKLEY EFFORT SAVED
WATCH: JOKANOVIC POST-MATCH
Slavisa Jokanovic was encouraged by his Fulham side's efforts against Tottenham, who he felt 'killed the game with one quality action' with the score at 1-1.
SPURS 3-1 FULHAM RATINGS
Tottenham: Lloris (7), Alderweireld (6), Sanchez (5), Vertonghen (6), Trippier (8), Dier (7), Eriksen (6), Davies (7), Lucas (8), Dele (7), Kane (7)
Subs: Dembele (7), Lamela (7), Winks (N/A)
Fulham: Fabri (7), Fosu-Mensah (6), Chambers (6), Le Marchand (6), Bryan (7), Seri (7), Anguissa (6), Cairney (7), Kamara (6), Sessegnon (6), Mitrovic (7)
Subs: Johansen (6), Christie (N/A), Schurrle (N/A)
Man of the match: Kieran Trippier
WATCH: POCH POST-MATCH
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino believes his side were good value for their 3-1 win over Fulham, despite the scare in the second-half as Mitrovic levelled at Wembley.
57: Arsenal fans having a laugh with their London rivals.
"Eden Hazard, he's off to Madrid..." they sing. And: "It's so quiet, at the Bridge, it's so quiet."
Will we see Hazard come on? Surely. Barkley tests the reactions of Cech but he's equal to the England midfielder's shot.
'PLAYERS SHOWED A LACK OF TRUST'
West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini hasn't held back in his assessment of his team's display as they went down to a second defeat of the season against the Cherries.
WEST HAM 1-2 BOURNEMOUTH RATINGS
West Ham: Fabianski (6), Zabaleta (5), Balbuena (6), Ogbonna (5), Masuaku (6), Noble (5), Wilshere (5), Anderson (6), Snodgrass (5), Arnautovic (7), Hernandez (5)
Subs: Yarmolenko (6), Sanchez (6), Perez (6)
Bournemouth: Begovic (7), Smith (7), S.Cook (7), Ake (6), Daniels (7), Brooks (7), Gosling (6), Surman (6), Fraser (7), Wilson (7), King (6)
Subs: Francis (6), L.Cook (N/A)
Man of the match: Callum Wilson
51: CHANCE! Nice work from Torreira to find Bellerin out wide right. He crosses to the back post, and Arsenal have men over. Monreal is free, but he doesn't commit to the header, and makes hardly any contact with it!
WATCH: HOWE POST-MATCH
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe hailed his side's resilience after bouncing back from behind to beat West Ham 2-1 at the London Stadium.
46: Back under way in the second half. Torreira is on, replacing Granit Xhaka. Will that wake up the men behind him in Arsenal's defence?
LEICESTER 2-0 WOLVES STATS
'POSITIVES FOR WOLVES'
Wolves are still in search of a first win since returning to the Premier League after being beaten 2-0 at Leicester City. Matthew Le Tissier believes Nuno Espirito Santo's side were unlucky not to leave with something to show for their efforts.
He told Soccer Saturday: "There's a lot of positives to take from this game for Wolves. I was really impressed by them and they were very unfortunate to lose.
"The first goal was a very unfortunate own goal, and Wolves could've been 2-0 up at that point. They hit the woodwork a couple of times, and I thought they were the better side in the first-half.
"They conceded a second goal just before half-time which took the wind out of their sails when they were well in the game. If I was a Wolves supporter, I wouldn't be overly disappointed."
On Jamie Vardy's red card, Le Tissier added: "I don't think there'll be any questions marks about that. He went in with far too much aggression that was needed for the challenge that it was and followed through and caught (Matt) Doherty, who had to go off because of the strength of the challenge."
WATCH: HALF-TIME HIGHLIGHTS
That's the half, an end of a fantastic 45 minutes of football.
Arsenal have missed two sitters, played terribly for half an hour, but are somehow level at the break. They could have easily been up, too, having dominated the last 10 minutes.
Defending? Nah. Not in fashion, apparently.
45+1: CHANCE! This, quite frankly, is bizarre. Iwobi this time skies from a fantastic position on his right foot after Mkhitaryan had fed him again.
He's about 12 yards out in so much space, but it's over Kepa's bar.
What a ridiculous first half of football. I wouldn't want to be a defender in either dressing room at half time...
WATCH: IWOBI EQUALISER
It's Desmond at Stamford Bridge, but for how long?
44: CLOSE! Seriously, guys, defending? Arsenal should be ahead!
Iwobi, from the left, picks out Aubameyang with so much ease AGAIN! The striker has a bit to do, on his left foot 10 yards out, but he almost mis-hits it, and it bobbles just wide!
EVERTON 2-1 SOUTHAMPTON STATS
WATCH: MKHI HALVES DEFICIT
Arsenal back in the game. Here's how...
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