BURNLEY 0-2 MAN UTD
WATFORD 2-1 TOTTENHAM
CARDIFF 2-3 ARSENAL
MAN CITY 2-1
BRIGHTON 2-2 FULHAM
CHELSEA 2-0 BOURNEMOUTH
CRYSTAL PALACE 0-2 SOUTHAMPTON
EVERTON 1-1 HUDDERSFIELD
WEST HAM 0-1 WOLVES
LEICESTER 1-2 LIVERPOOL
We are going to wrap things up for tonight, but there is plenty more to come on Sky Sports tomorrow.
The day starts with the Old Firm clash between Celtic and Rangers before Cardiff face Arsenal and Watford take on Tottenham.
Hope to see you again.
PREMIER LEAGUE TABLE
So that's the day's action done, and here's how the table looks, with Liverpool and Chelsea top, and West Ham still the only team without a point...
HIGHLIGHTS: MAN CITY 2-1 NEWCASTLE
He has had his critics at times, but since the start of last
season, only Mohamed Salah (45) and Harry Kane (35) have had a hand in
more Premier League goals than Raheem Sterling (31
- 20 goals, 11 assists).
It was a lovely strike to put City ahead this evening, although probably topped by Walker's rocket.
MAN CITY 2-1 NEWCASTLE
FULL-TIME! It's all over at the Etihad! City remain on the coattails of Liverpool and Chelsea with their third win of the season, but boy they were made to work for it by an improved Newcastle side. Kyle Walker's wonder strike was the difference in the end after Raheem Sterling's opener was cancelled out by DeAndre Yedlin's first Premier League goal. Stay tuned for highlights and reaction
90+1: CHANCE! Aguero is played in behind the Newcastle defence, he just has Dubravka to beat, he tries to round the Newcastle 'keeper but he comes off second best against the big Slovakian, who gets a strong hand to the ball.
90: There will be THREE minutes of added time.
88: CHANCE! Yedlin bundles his way to the edge of the City area where the ball bobbles clear and falls for Joselu, who swivels and draws Ederson into a save low to his right.
ONCE, TWICE, THREE TIMES A KEEPER
Check this bit of goalkeeping out from Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dabruvka to keep them within a goal of Man City...
NO WORRIES FOR WAGNER
Huddersfield may be unbeaten in two but they've got only two points from their opening four games in the Premier League, and already have a goal difference of minus eight.
Despite that, boss David Wagner is confident of survival, saying: "I have every confidence that we are competitive and that we have a chance in the Premier League to reach our target which is that we have a third Premier League season in a row.
"This dressing room has the spirit, the attitude, the desire and the passion that you need. I have everything that I need. Anything else, we will work on and improve and this is why we have not panicked and will not panic whatever happens over this season."
MAN CITY 3-1 NEWCASTLE
64: TRIPLE SAVE! City well and truly in their groove now as Aguero floats a great ball to the back post for Fernandinho, but he finds Dubravka in inspired form as he saves the Brazilian's effort and two follow-ups from David Silva in quick succession.
NO ANSWER FOR HODGSON ON ZAHA WOES
There's no arguing with it. When Wilfried Zaha doesn't play, Crystal Palace generally don't win - they haven't done so without him since September 2016.
It's something that understandably has left manager Roy Hodgson scratching his head, and frustrated at his side's lack of quality without their talisman.
He said: "I don't quite know what I can do about it until such time as we play a game without Wilf and win.
"It's a fact. Again he didn't play and again we didn't win. It's a pure fact that we have to learn to live with.
"He was injured in the very last minutes of the training session. The injury was sufficient to keep him out of the game. He had done something to his left groin.
"There will be games where Wilf doesn't play and I would like to think that the squad that we have is good enough to win without him.
"It's a stretch to say because Wilf is unable to play, the other players can't produce what they are capable of."
A LITTLE PREMATURE?
Whoever's running Manchester City's social media account is certainly confident...
WHAT A TIME TO STRIKE FOR WALKER
GOAL! MAN CITY 2-1 NEWCASTLE (Walker 52)
Manchester City retake the lead thanks to stunning strike from Kyle Walker. The ball is rolled into the right-back's path and he unleashes one of the crispest low drives you will ever see that flashes past Dubravka in the blink of an eye. Nothing Newcastle could have done about that other than sit back and admire. What a strike!
MAN CITY 1-1 NEWCASTLE
KICK-OFF! We're back underway after half-time.
GOOD OMEN FOR CITY?
Things might not be going to plan for Man City so far, but it would really upset the odds for Newcastle to pull off an unlikely victory at the Etihad - especially when you look back at their head-to-head...
A goal apiece - here's the best of the first-half action from the Etihad.
We're all square at the end of what turned out to be a frustrating half of football for the champions. It all started so well when Raheem Sterling capitalised on a defensive error from Jamaal Lascelles to fire City ahead inside eight minutes. But, against the run of play, DeAndre Yedlin powered home the equaliser at the end of a blistering run and Newcastle have looked fairly comfortable since.
PELLEGRINI: VERY BAD START
Four defeats from four is something West Ham last suffered at the start of 2010/11, when they were relegated under Avram Grant.
New manager Manuel Pellegrini took over in very different circumstances, with expectations of a top-half finish at the London Stadium. But things couldn't be going any worse for the Hammers after a 1-0 injury-time defeat to Wolves yesterday.
"I don't think it is a bad start, it is a very bad start," admitted Pellegrini, whose side also lost on the road to Liverpool and Arsenal, and at home to Bournemouth.
"We can't lose six points here at home like we have. Playing away against Liverpool and Arsenal and you don't play so well is understandable. Here at home to lose we must be very worried."
TOO EARLY FOR SARRI TITLE TALK
Maurizio Sarri doesn't want to even think about Chelsea winning the title despite a perfect start to the season, with a 2-0 win over Bournemouth taking them joint top of the table.
"I think now for us it's better to think of the next match. Because the gap at the beginning was 30 points," Sarri said.
"I think it's very difficult to cover this gap in only one season. I'm very happy with the four matches, but I think only, starting from now, to the next match, not to the end of the season.
"I'm very happy with 12 points in four matches. But I always think we can do more. We can improve."
WATCH: YEDLIN LEVELS UP
GOAL! MAN CITY 1-1 NEWCASTLE (Yedlin 30)
Newcastle haul themselves level against the run of play as DeAndre Yedlin atones for his own goal last week against Chelsea. Rondon picks up the ball on the left, drives towards the area and drills a great low ball across the face of goal which is met by Yedlin at the end of the lung-busting run. He meets it six yards from goal and rifles a shot past Ederson to spark wild celebrations among the travelling supporters.
MENDY AT IT AGAIN
WATCH: STERLING FIRES CITY AHEAD
MAN CITY 1-0 NEWCASTLE
18: SAVE! Lovely play from City as Aguero threads a great ball ball in behind Clark for Jesus to chase. He gathers, cuts inside the Newcastle centre-back and tries to pick out the far corner, but Dubravka gets down low to keep it out.
WATCH: HOWE ON CHELSEA LOSS
Eddie Howe was pleased with his side's performance in a spirit loss at Chelsea, when speaking to Sky Sports after the game.
WATCH: HODGSON ON SHOCK LOSS
A tough afternoon for Crystal Palace and boss Roy Hodgson. Here he is with Sky Sports after a 2-0 defeat to Southampton.
WATCH: JOKANOVIC ON DROPPED POINTS
2-0 up and cruising on the south coast, it was a tough afternoon for Fulham in the end. Here's Slavisa Jokanovic with Sky Sports.
ALISSON: I'LL LEARN FROM MISTAKE
Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson has been speaking to ESPN Brazil following their 2-1 win over Leicester, where his error gave away a horrendous goal for the hosts.
“It was bad judgement," he said. "I made a mistake reading the play. I didn’t get a very good pass [and] we talked about that in the dressing room and I spoke to Virgil. It wasn’t a good pass but I could have just kicked it long.
“I wanted to keep playing and keep the possession [and] now everyone is going to analyse that. I’m not going to be stupid and make the same mistake. We have to learn from our mistakes."
GOAL! MAN CITY 1-0 NEWCASTLE (Sterling 8)
Well that didn't take long, did it? City make an early breakthrough as Raheem Sterling marks his 100th Premier League appearance for the club in style. It all comes from Lascelles losing possession on the edge of his box. Mendy gathers and releases Sterling in down the left, and the England international drifts inside onto his right foot before picking out the far corner with a sumptuous curling effort.
WATCH: SILVA FRUSTRATED BY DRAW
Marco Silva is understandably irritated following Everton's 1-1 draw with Huddersfield at Goodison Park.
WATCH: NUNO ON LATE WIN
The smile on Nuno Santos' face when he speaks to Sky Sports after Wolves' win at West Ham is no coincidence...
WATCH: WAGNER ON BIG POINT
They still don't have a win to their name, but that's two unbeaten for Huddersfield following a 1-1 draw at Everton this afternoon. Boss David Wagner speaks to Sky Sports.
WE'RE OFF AT THE ETIHAD!
Newcastle have just kicked us off at Man City. Five at the back again for the Toon - will it be another frustrating afternoon in a football sense?
WATCH: PELLEGRINI ON WRETCHED START
Speaking of West Ham, here's Manuel Pellegrini speaking to Sky Sports about what went wrong at the London Stadium...
BAD HAMMERS OMEN?
Don't ask what happened last time West Ham lost their first four games in a Premier League season...
WATCH: SARRI ON PERFECT START
Four wins from four for Chelsea, although they were made to work for it by Bournemouth. Maurizio Sarri speaks to Sky Sports.
WATCH: HUGHES DELIGHTED
Mark Hughes speaks to Sky Sports following Southampton's first win of the season, a 2-1 victory at Crystal Palace.
WATCH: HUGHTON ON COMEBACK
Chris Hughton speaks after Brighton's sensational two-goal comeback at home to Fulham.
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