Premier League results and round-up: Manchester United beaten at West Ham, Liverpool strike late at Chelsea
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Last Updated: 30/09/18 3:05pm
West Ham turned up the heat on Jose Mourinho and a late equaliser kept Liverpool unbeaten - here's what happened in Saturday's games.
Hosts West Ham went in front after just five minutes through Felipe Anderson, the Brazilian's first goal since his big-money summer transfer from Lazio.
An own goal from United defender Victor Lindelof doubled West Ham's lead just before half-time.
Shortly after Paul Pogba was substituted, in the week he lost vice-captaincy duties at United, striker Marcus Rashford reduced the deficit.
However, West Ham swiftly restored their two-goal advantage through Marko Arnautovic's finish after 74 minutes as United equalled their worst start to a Premier League season.
The Blues went ahead through Eden Hazard's strike before half-time, with Liverpool falling behind for the first time this season.
Xherdan Shaqiri missed a glorious chance to level after the break, but it was substitute Sturridge who took the plaudits with a curling wondergoal in the final seconds to keep Jurgen Klopp's side unbeaten.
Raheem Sterling put the home side ahead after 29 minutes following a swift counter-attack, with Sergio Aguero wrapping up the points after 65 minutes.
Kane headed the visitors in front after 25 minutes and added a second from the penalty spot after Florent Hadergjonaj was ruled to have pushed down Danny Rose.
Huddersfield forward Laurent Depoitre hit the crossbar just before the break, but the Terriers could not mount a recovery and remain bottom.
They made the breakthrough with nine minutes left when Craig Cathcart turned a cross from substitute Alex Iwobi into his own net.
Mesut Ozil slotted home a second just two minutes later to secure a seventh straight win in all competitions for Unai Emery's improving side.
Adama Traore set up fellow substitute Ivan Cavaleiro, who had just come on, to break the deadlock with 11 minutes left.
Jonny wrapped things up with a late second from close range.
After Fulham's Ryan Sessegnon hit the crossbar, Everton midfielder Sigurdsson then also struck the woodwork with a penalty in the 52nd minute.
The Icelander, though, was on target four minutes later with a curling left-footed effort, before substitute Cenk Tosun headed in a second after 66 minutes.
Sigurdsson added Everton's third after 89 minutes.
The Foxes went in front on the half-hour through a penalty from Jamie Vardy, with Harry Maguire then heading in from a corner after 72 minutes.