Away teams prospered in Matchweek 3 - and supporters voted in their thousands to celebrate their Budweiser Kings of the Match.
Here's who were crowned Kings for the third weekend of the season.
The striker claimed 44.9 per cent of the vote as he scored his maiden Premier League goal to give Aston Villa their first league points of the campaign.
Abraham was backed by 52.9 per cent of the vote as he became the third-youngest player to score a brace in the Premier League for Chelsea.
The midfielder was selected by 62.8 per cent of the vote after scoring the second goal of Southampton's first victory of the season.
The Egyptian claimed his second King of the Match of the season so far with 79.1 per cent of the vote after scoring twice in the win over Arsenal.
A second King of the Match win for the Burnley striker, who earned 49.6 per cent of the vote after scoring his fourth goal in the opening three matches of the campaign.