Arsenal continue to sit atop of the Premier League following a dramatic matchweek full of surprises.
Reiss Nelson struck twice in three second-half minutes as Arsenal thrashed rock-bottom Nottingham Forest to stay top, with Gabriel Martinelli having put the Gunners ahead in the fifth minute whilst Thomas Partey and Martin Odegaard wrapped up a 5-0 victory.
Kevin de Bruyne’s 49th minute free-kick fired second-placed Manchester City to a narrow away win at third-bottom Leicester.
Rodrigo Bentancur’s injury-time strike saw third-placed Tottenham complete a comeback 3-2 victory at Bournemouth from 2-0 down, after Kieffer Moore’s brace for the Cherries was cancelled out by goals from Ryan Sessegnon and Ben Davies.
Callum Wilson produced a brace and provided an assist for Miguel Almiron as Newcastle United thrashed Aston Villa 4-0 at St James’ Park to stay fourth, as Joelinton netted the Magpies’ third goal prior to Almiron’s concluding goal which wrapped up a third consecutive victory.
Marcus Rashford’s 100th club goal fired Manchester United to a 1-0 home win over West Ham, which lifted the Red Devils up to fifth in the table.
Down in the relegation zone, Wolves remain second bottom following a comeback 1-1 draw at Brentford as Ruben Neves cancelled out Ben Mee’s volley opener, whilst Diego Costa was then red carded in injury time for headbutting Mee.
Southampton sit just one point outside the bottom three after losing 1-0 at Crystal Palace, as Odsonne Edouard struck a 38th minute winner from Tyrick Mitchell’s cross for the Eagles.
Elsewhere, Chelsea’s unbeaten start to life under Graham Potter came to a brutal end in a 4-1 defeat at his former team – Brighton, as Leandro Trossard and Pascal Gross scored for the hosts book-ended by own goals from Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Nathaniel Chalobah whilst Kai Havertz netted for the Blues.
Crysencio Summerville scored a 89th minute winner as Leeds United stunned Liverpool 2-1 at Anfield, after Rodrigo’s fourth-minute opener was cancelled out by Mohamed Salah.
Finally, Fulham held Everton to a goalless draw at Craven Cottage.