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  • Liverpool 2-0 Burnley
    Liverpool 2-0 Burnley Virgil van Dijk has made 48 home Premier League appearances for Liverpool, losing none (W43 D5). Only Lee Sharpe has played more home matches for one club in the competition without losing any, with 59 for Man Utd
  • Aston Villa 2-0 Newcastle United
    Aston Villa 2-0 Newcastle United Danny Ings is the fourth player to score in his first two Premier League appearances for Villa, after Dalian Atkinson in 1992, Dion Dublin in 1998 and Ross Barkley in 2020
  • Crystal Palace 0-0 Brentford
    Crystal Palace 0-0 Brentford Patrick Vieira is the first Crystal Palace manager or head coach to avoid defeat in his first home league match since Alan Pardew in January 2015
  • Leeds United 2-2 Everton
    Leeds United 2-2 Everton This was Everton’s 70th 2-2 draw in the Premier League, 15 more than any other side
  • Manchester City 5-0 Norwich City
    Manchester City 5-0 Norwich City For the first time in Man City's 25 Premier League seasons, their first goal of a season was an own goal
  • Brighton & Hove Albion 2-0 Watford
    Brighton & Hove Albion 2-0 Watford Pascal Gross has 11 assists from set-pieces since his Premier League debut in August 2017. Only Joao Moutinho (13), Trent Alexander-Arnold (13) and Christian Eriksen (12) have more in that period
  • Southampton 1-1 Manchester United
    Southampton 1-1 Manchester United Paul Pogba became the first player in Premier League history to register as many as five assists in a team’s first two matches in a season
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-1 Tottenham Hotspur
    Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-1 Tottenham Hotspur Spurs have only lost one of their 45 Premier League matches in which Dele Alli has scored (W35 D9 L1), losing to Man Utd in December 2019
  • Arsenal 0-2 Chelsea
    Arsenal 0-2 Chelsea Romelu Lukaku netted his 114th Premier League goal, overtaking Ian Wright to become the competition's 20th highest scorer. He is now the eighth non-Englishman to score 50+ goals both home and away in the competition
  • West Ham United 4-1 Leicester City
    West Ham United 4-1 Leicester City West Ham ended the day top of the Premier League for only the second time ever, after also doing so on 22 August 2006

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