An early penalty from World Cup winner Paul Pogba saw United’s season off to the perfect start. Luke Shaw scored the first senior goal of his career to give the hosts a two-goal cushion before Jamie Vardy’s late consolation.
Sat 11 Aug, Huddersfield 0-3 Chelsea
Maurizio Sarri’s first Premier League match as Chelsea head coach ended in a comfortable 3-0 win at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Sun 19 Aug, Brighton 3-1 Man Utd
Brighton claimed a famous victory over Man Utd as they ran out 3-1 victors.
Sat 26 Aug, Watford 2-1 Crystal Palace
Goals from Roberto Pereyra and Jose Holebas gave the Hornets a third successive win and earned Javi Gracia the Barclays Manager of the Month award for August.
Sat 1 Sep, West Ham 0-1 Wolves
An injury-time strike from Adama Traore saw the beginning of a run which would see his side win four games in five, while Manuel Pellegrini’s men entered the first international break without a point.
Sat 15 Sep, Chelsea 4-1 Cardiff
Eden Hazard fired a hat-trick to send Chelsea to the top of the Premier League, adding to two goals and two assists in the Belgian’s opening four games.
Sat 22 Sep, Burnley 4-0 Bournemouth
An Ashley Barnes brace helped move Sean Dyche’s men off the foot of the table.
Sat 6 Oct, Man Utd 3-2 Newcastle
Newcastle United 2-0 up after 10 minutes. Final twenty minutes saw United score three goals.
Sat 7 Oct, Fulham 1-5 Arsenal
Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang both scored twice, with Aaron Ramsey adding a fifth after a breakaway.
Sat 20 Oct, Huddersfield 0-1 Liverpool
Mohamed Salah scored the decisive goal as Liverpool returned to winning ways having registered back-to-back draws with Chelsea and Manchester City.
Sat 27 Oct, Brighton 1-0 Wolves
Glenn Murray secured the Seagulls’ third consecutive 1-0 win, leaving them with 14 points from their first ten matches.
Sat 3 Nov, Everton 3-1 Brighton
£50 million signing Richarlison scored twice as Everton earned a 3-1 victory against Brighton & Hove Albion.
Sat 3 Nov, Cardiff 0-1 Leicester
Demarai Gray scored the only goal as Leicester City earned an emotional win at Cardiff City.
Sun 11 Nov, Man City 3-1 Man Utd
Ilkay Gundogan scored a memorable goal, neatly finishing a 44-pass move, to keep their place as league leaders.
Sat 24 Nov, Fulham 3-2 Southampton
Claudio Ranieri got off to a winning start in his first match as Fulham boss. His new side ended a six-match losing run thanks to André Schürrle and an Aleksandar Mitrovic double.
Sat 24 Nov, Spurs 3-1 Chelsea
A wonderful individual goal from Son Heung-min helped Spurs leapfrog Chelsea into third place.
Sat 5 Dec, Spurs 3-1 Southampton
Ralph Hasenhuttl was at Wembley Stadium to see his new side in action. Charlie Austin’s injury-time strike ensured all Premier League teams scored in the same match round since November 2010.
Sat 15 Dec, Fulham 0-2 West Ham
The Hammers’ fourth win in a row moved them into the top half of the Premier League table for the first time in the campaign.
Sun 16 Dec, Southampton 3-2 Arsenal
Charlie Austin's late winner helped Southampton claim a 3-2 victory over Arsenal in manager Ralph Hasenhuttl's first home match in charge.
Sat 22 Dec, Man City 2-3 Crystal Palace
Andros Townsend scored the Carling Goal of the Season to stun the league leaders, volleying the ball past Ederson from outside the penalty area.
Sat 22 Dec, Cardiff 1-5 Man Utd
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first match as caretaker manager of Manchester United, away at former club Cardiff City. Paul Pogba turned in a performance of the highest quality, with three assists.
Thu 3 Jan, Man City 2-1 Liverpool
Goals from Aguero, Firmino, Sane in one of the most highly-anticipated Premier League matches in recent times.
Sat 19 Jan, Wolves 4-3 Leicester
An Injury-time winner completed Diogo Jota’s hat-trick.
Sat 19 Jan, Arsenal 2-0 Chelsea
Laurent Koscielny scored his first goal since his return from injury as Arsenal boosted their top-four hopes with a 2-0 win over Chelsea at Emirates Stadium.
Tue 29 Jan, Newcastle 2-1 Man City
A late Matt Ritchie penalty completed the Magpies’ comeback to leave City four points adrift of Liverpool.
Sun 10 Feb, Man City 6-0 Chelsea
Sergio Aguero scored his second hat-trick in seven days and his third of the season, in one of City’s most dominant performances of the season.
Tue 26 Feb, Huddersfield 1-0 Wolves
A stoppage-time Steve Mounie strike snatched Huddersfield Town’s third PL win of the season, and Jan Siewert’s first as the new Terriers head coach.
Wed 27 Feb, Liverpool 5-0 Watford
Sadio Mane and Virgil van Dijk both scored twice as Liverpool extended their unbeaten Premier League run and kept top spot. Full-backs Andrew Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold created all five goals. The pair would go on to share 24 Premier League assists between them.
Sat 2 Mar, Man Utd 3-2 Southampton
An action-packed match at Old Trafford saw three nominations for the Carling Goal of the Month award. Romelu Lukaku struck twice for the second match running.
Sat 9 Mar, Southampton 2-1 Spurs
James Ward-Prowse scored a superb late free-kick as Southampton hit back from a goal down to beat Tottenham Hotspur. It was Ward-Prowse’s sixth goal in nine matches, continuing a remarkable turnaround for the Saints under Hasenhuttl.
Sat 16 Mar, West Ham 4-3 Huddersfield
Chicharito came off the bench to inspire a Hammers comeback with a late brace, after January signing Karlan Grant had put the visitors 3-1 up midway through the second-half with a superb strike.
Sat 30 Mar, Crystal Palace 2-0 Huddersfield
Huddersfield Town were relegated from the Premier League after a 2-0 defeat at Crystal Palace combined with victories for Southampton and Burnley to send them down.
Tue 2 Apr, Watford 4-1 Fulham
Spectacular goals from Abdoulaye Doucoure and Will Hughes helped Watford climb to eighth place as Fulham’s relegation from the Premier League was confirmed.
Wed 3 Apr, Spurs 2-0 Crystal Palace
Second-half goals from Son Heung-min and Christian Eriksen got Tottenham Hotspur off to a winning start at their new stadium.
Mon 8 Apr, Chelsea 2-0 West Ham
Eden Hazard incredible solo effort won him the Carling Goal of the Month award.
Sat 13 Apr, Brighton 0-5 Bournemouth
Callum Wilson and Ryan Fraser were in inspired form.
Tue 16 Apr, Brighton 0-2 Cardiff
Vital win for Neil Warnock’s side in the battle against relegation.
Sat 4 May, Cardiff 2-3 Crystal Palace
Sat 4 May, Wolves 1-0 Fulham
Wolves cemented their claim to seventh spot after beating Fulham at Molineux. Relegated Fulham made history, as late substitute Harvey Elliott became the youngest player to appear in the Premier League.
Sat 5 May, Newcastle 2-3 Liverpool
Late Divock Origi goal kept the pressure on Manchester City.
Mon 6 May, Man City 1-0 Leicester
Vincent Kompany strike into the top corner.
Sun 12 May, Brighton 1-4 Man City
Glenn Murray provided an early scare, but goals from Sergio Aguero, Aymeric Laporte, Riyad Mahrez, and Ilkay Gundogan saw City become the first team in ten years to retain the trophy.
Sun 12 May, Liverpool 2-0 Wolves
Alisson won the Golden Glove award after keeping his 21st clean sheet of the season, while Sadio Mane joined team-mate Mohamed Salah on 22 Premier League goals for the season to earn a share of the Golden Boot with Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.