Roundup of a dramatic matchweek which saw surprise results across the table.
Leaders, Manchester City suffered their first league loss of the season away in a 2-1 defeat at Wolves as Hwang Hee-chan struck a 66th minute winner for the hosts, after Julian Alvarez curled City level from a free-kick following Ruben Dias’ own goal.
Tottenham moved up to second with a controversial 2-1 win at home to fourth-placed Liverpool courtesy of Joel Matip’s 96th minute own goal, in a game which saw Cody Gakpo cancel out Son Heung-min’s opening goal after Curtis Jones was sent off and Luis Diaz’s goal disallowed.
Penalties from Martin Odegaard and Kai Havertz saw third-placed Arsenal cruise to a 4–0 win at Bournemouth, in-between Bukayo Saka and Ben White’s goals which opened and closed the scoring.
Ollie Watkins’ second hat-trick of the season in all competitions propelled Aston Villa up to fifth with a 6-1 home win over Brighton, with Jacob Ramsey and Douglas Luiz also finding the net for Villa alongside Pervis Estupinan’s own goal.
Down in the relegation zone, Sheffield United remain rock bottom following a 2-0 loss at West Ham as Tomas Soucek and Jarrod Bowen netted for the Hammers.
First-half goals from Tom Lockyer and Carlton Morris saw Luton move out of the relegation zone at Bournemouth’s expense with a 2-1 win at Everton, despite Dominic Calvert-Lewin netting a 41st minute consolatory goal for the Toffees.
Burnley sat second bottom again after they suffered a 2-0 loss at Newcastle in which Miguel Almiron and Alexander Isak scored for the Magpies.
Jacob Bruun Larsen’s 85th minute strike then saw Burnley beat Luton 2-1 in a rearranged midweek clash at Kenilworth Road to move above Bournemouth but stay in the bottom three on goal difference, after Lyle Foster’s opening goal had been cancelled out by Elijah Adebayo’s equaliser.
Elsewhere, Joachim Andersen’s 25th minute strike saw Crystal Palace snatch a stunning 1-0 win away at Manchester United, just days after they had crashed out of the Carabao Cup against the same opposition.
Quick-fire goals from Mykhailo Mudryk and Armando Broja proved enough for Chelsea to beat Fulham 2-0 at Craven Cottage in a West London derby.
Finally, headers from Nicolas Dominguez and Christian Norgaard saw ten-men Nottingham Forest and Brentford play out a 1-1 draw at the City Ground, after Forest’s Moussa Niakhate had been sent off in the 56th minute for a foul on Yoane Wissa.