Manchester City extended their unbeaten start with a 4-0 win over West Ham United at London Stadium.
David Silva opened the scoring from close range after 11 minutes, converting a cross from Raheem Sterling, who doubled the lead from Leroy Sane's cross eight minutes later.
Sterling turned provider for Sane, who showed tight control in the area to make it 3-0 on 34 minutes.
Michail Antonio had West Ham's best chance of the second half but shot wide when one-on-one with Ederson.
Sane rounded off the scoring in second-half stoppage time, converting Gabriel Jesus's cross.
The win means City stay top on 35 points, while West Ham lie 13th with 12.
West Ham: 1 Dec v Newcastle United (A)
Man City: 1 Dec v AFC Bournemouth (H)