Premier League reports and highlights - matchday six
Highlights of every Premier League game this season will be shown on the Sky Sports website and app
Last Updated: 22/09/19 7:31pm
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We'll bring you highlights of every Premier League game on the Sky Sports website and app shortly after full time or from 5.15pm on Saturday afternoons.
Liverpool weathered a spirited second-half fightback as a 15th straight Premier League win defeated Chelsea 2-1 and maintained their perfect start to the season.
Trent Alexander-Arnold's thunderbolt and Roberto Firmino's free header, either side of a disallowed Cesar Azpilicueta equaliser, saw the league leaders open up a two-goal lead inside half an hour at Stamford Bridge and despite midfielder N'Golo Kante's brilliant solo effort, Jurgen Klopp's side held on.
Goals from Andriy Yarmolenko and Aaron Cresswell ensured West Ham recorded a convincing 2-0 victory over an injury-hit Manchester United to move fifth in the Premier League.
The Hammers made it a miserable afternoon for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side, who suffered another injury blow when Marcus Rashford went off in the second half with a groin problem.
Diogo Jota scored in the fifth minute of injury-time to give 10-man Wolves a dramatic 1-1 draw at Crystal Palace.
Palace took the lead in the first minute of the second half when Joel Ward's strike from the edge of the box was deflected past Rui Patricio off Leander Dendoncker for an own goal but Jota hit back at the death.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's dramatic winner helped 10-man Arsenal complete a stunning late comeback to beat Aston Villa 3-2 at the Emirates Stadium.
The Gunners suffered setbacks when John McGinn gave Villa the lead and then Ainsley Maitland-Niles was sent off, before Nicolas Pepe's first goal gave them a lifeline. Villa regained the lead 89 seconds later through Wesley and looked on course for a famous victory until substitute Calum Chambers (81) and Aubameyang (84) struck.
Newcastle and Brighton both lacked quality in the final third as they played out an uninspiring goalless draw at St James' Park.
Andy Carroll made a late cameo for the hosts - his first appearance since rejoining the club in the summer - but Steve Bruce is still searching for his first home win as Newcastle boss and this display was greeted by boos from the Magpies faithful.
Man City scored five goals in an imperious opening 18-minute spell as they atoned for their defeat at Norwich with an 8-0 demolition of Watford.
David Silva, Sergio Aguero - with his 100th goal at the Etihad - Riyad Mahrez, Bernardo Silva and Nicolas Otamendi saw Pep Guardiola's side race into a five-goal lead faster than any side in Premier League history.
Bernardo Silva scored City's sixth four minutes into the second half and completed his first-ever top-flight hat-trick with their seventh on the hour, before Kevin De Bruyne capped a stunning individual performance with City's eighth.
Sheffield United recorded their first away Premier League win of the season as they beat an abject Everton side 2-0 at Goodison Park.
Marco Silva's side slumped to a third defeat in four league games as Yerry Mina's own goal (40) was followed by a second from Blades substitute Lys Mousset (79).
Chris Wood scored twice as Burnley eased to a deserved 2-0 victory against Norwich at Turf Moor.
Norwich went close through Teemu Pukki and Moritz Leitner, but Daniel Farke's side were a shadow of the team that sealed a stunning 3-2 victory over Manchester City last weekend.
James Maddison's fine late strike saw Leicester come from behind to beat Tottenham 2-1 in a game filled with more VAR drama.
Maddison's powerful 25-yard effort settled a wonderful game of twists and turns at the King Power Stadium, which saw Spurs surrender the lead for the third time in four games
Bournemouth won at St Mary's for the first time in 16 attempts as they beat Southampton 3-1 in the Premier League.
Nathan Ake and Harry Wilson had the Cherries ahead at the interval and though James Ward-Prowse hit back from the penalty spot, a Saints defensive mix-up allowed Callum Wilson to add an injury-time third.
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