Two goals from Sergio Aguero helped champions Manchester City return to winning ways with a 3-1 victory at AFC Bournemouth.
City opened the scoring after 15 minutes, with Aguero pouncing on Kevin De Bruyne's touch to tuck the ball into the bottom corner.
Pep Guardiola's side made it 2-0 after 43 minutes, Raheem Sterling controlling David Silva's pass and powering the ball past Aaron Ramsdale.
AFC Bournemouth grabbed a lifeline in first-half stoppage time, with substitute Harry Wilson curling a stunning free-kick into the top corner.
City struck a decisive third goal midway through the second half, with Aguero finishing emphatically after the ball broke to him in the area.
Man City move up to second place, two points behind leaders Liverpool, while AFC Bournemouth drop to 10th.
AFC Bournemouth: 31 Aug v Leicester (A)
Man City: 31 Aug v Brighton (H)