Everton were the only Premier League team that failed to score on what was a thrilling weekend in English football’s top-flight.
Ronald Koeman’s side were battered 5-0 by a sensational Chelsea on Saturday night, who in turn overtook Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City at the top of the league after their 1-1 draw at home to Middlesbrough earlier in the day.
However, they were soon displaced by Jurgen Klopp’s (Pictured) Liverpool, who thumped Watford 6-1 at Anfield on Sunday afternoon.
Sunday’s North London derby at the Emirates ended 1-1 as Harry Kane’s penalty cancelled out Kevin Wimmer’s own goal to preserve Tottenham’s unbeaten start to the league season, while Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United ended a run of four league games without a win courtesy of a 3-1 success at a lacklustre Swansea.
There were much-needed wins at the bottom for Sunderland, Hull, and West Brom, who overcame Bournemouth, Southampton, and Leicester respectively by the same 2-1 scoreline, while Burnley made it seven points from nine after beating Crystal Palace 3-2 at Turf Moor.
West Ham and Stoke shared the spoils at the London Stadium in the other match of the weekend, and there was a lot to be learned from an exciting weekend in England’s top tier.