Arsenal 5 – 2 Tottenham
The Gunners came back from a goal down to beat Spurs in a entertaining London derby (entertaining for Arsenal fans though). The gunners had their three strikers on the score sheet as well as star man, Cazorla. The huge German Per Mertesacker scored his first goal for the club to bring the scores to 1-1 after Adebayor had given Spurs the lead. Adebayor later became the villain for Spurs though as he was sent off minutes after scoring and that proved to be decisive for the gunners.
Liverpool 3 – 0 Wigan
Liverpool seem to be finding their feet again as Suarez and co. produced a magnificent second half performance to see off Wigan
Manchester City 5 – 0 Aston Villa
Villa might feel aggrieved with the manner of City’s second goal but they would have no complains about the other four goals. Aguero and Tevez came up with 2 goals each for the hosts.
Newcastle United 1 – 2 Swansea City
Alan Pardew would be hard pressed to explain his team’s bad form. They followed up their home loss to West Ham last weekend with another home defeat to the Swans. Credit to Swansea though.
QPR 1 – 3 Southampton
In a bottom-of-the-table clash, Southampton trounced QPR to compound the misery on Mark Hughes’ men.
Reading 2 – 1 Everton
Reading got their first win in the Premier league this season and they did so against high-flying Everton who couldn’t hold on to their lead.
West Brom 2 – 1 Chelsea
Chelsea and RDM surely had their sights on the wrong pitch as West Brom’s Shane Long ensured that the Blues had a long afternoon. Long score the Baggies’ first and created the second in a result that sees West Brom rise to 4th on the log in what is their best start to a season for over 30 years.