Arsenal became the first Premier League team to concede against Cardiff City this season, in a game almost marred by Petr Cech’s discomfort with playing the ball out of the back.
Super Watford proved to be the giant killers, bringing back Tottenham Hotspur to earth only days after Spurs’ away win at Old Trafford.
Maurizio Sarri became only the second Chelsea manager after Jose Mourinho –2014/15—to win the Blues’ opening four Premier League games in the past five years.
Wolverhampton Wanderers pilled further misery on a sinking and struggling West Ham United, a late strike summarizing the Hammers poor start to life under Manuel Pellegrini.
Liverpool created history for the first time by winning their opening four games in the Premier League era.
Liverpool is also considering to send Alison Becker on a season-long loan deal to Turkey, following in the footsteps of Loris Karius. The Reds conceded a cheap first league goal of the season and it was all down to an unnecessary comical error from the big-money signing goalkeeper.
Meanwhile, Manchester City is gradually becoming an “ordinary side” The Citizens failed to convince for the second successive weekend.