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City back to winning ways after crushing Canaries
Manchester City 5
Norwich City 0
Scorers: Krul (og) 7′, Grealish 22′, Laporte 64′, Sterling 71′, Mahrez 85′
Manchester City took an early lead when Ferran Torres’ early cross was unintentionally diverted into his own net by Tim Krul.
City doubled their tally shortly after when Gabriel Jesus set up Jack Grealish for an easy finish – his first since his club-record move from Aston Villa.
Aymeric Laporte made it three, before Raheem Sterling made it four with his trademark back-post run, leaving Riyad Mahrez to score their fifth and final goal.
Fans enjoy four-goal thriller back at Elland Road
Leeds United 2
Scorers: Klich 41′, Raphinha 72′; Calvert-Lewin (pen) 30′, Gray 50′
Despite the lively Elland Road atmosphere, it was Everton who went ahead when Dominic Calvert-Lewin netted from 12 yards after he was fouled in the box.
But their lead lasted just 11 minutes with Mateusz Klich breaking from midfield to score past Jordan Pickford.
However, the Toffees were back in front after half-time when Demarai Gray finished brilliantly from the tightest of angles.
As they often do under Marcelo Bielsa, Leeds came back again and equalised when Raphinha curled brilliantly into the corner.
Sensational Ings strike gets Villa off the mark
Aston Villa 2
Newcastle United 0
Scorers: Ings 45+3′, El Ghazi (pen) 62′
After a quiet first half at Villa Park, the deadlock was eventually broken in spectacular fashion by Danny Ings after he rifled a scissor kick past Freddie Woodman.
The hosts doubled their lead when Anwar El Ghazi slotted home from the penalty spot after Jamaal Lascelles was adjudged to have handled by VAR.
Newcastle were awarded a penalty when Emi Martínez clattered into Callum Wilson, although the decision was reversed due to an offside in the build up.
Palace and Brentford level in London derby
Crystal Palace 0
Crystal Palace almost took the lead after seven minutes when Conor Gallagher rattled the bar from close range.
But Brentford also clipped the woodwork, with Bryan Mbeumo just inches away from an expertly taken free-kick.
Clear-cut chances were rare despite some feisty challenges going in and both sides will be happy with their point.
Jota and Mané net as Liverpool ease to win over Burnley
Scorers: Jota 18′, Mané 69′
Dwight McNeil almost gave Burnley a shock lead inside the opening five minutes but his low drive was cleared off the line by Trent Alexander-Arnold.
But the Reds went in front after 18 minutes when Diogo Jota’s glancing header beat Nick Pope after being picked out by Kostas Tsimikas.
Sadio Mané then extended Liverpool’s lead with 21 minutes to go when he half-volleyed home after being played through on goal by a delicate Alexander-Arnold pass.
Sean Dyche’s side remain pointless at the start of the 2021/22 season.
Updates to come …
Brighton and Hove Albion v Watford (17:30)
Both sides go into the meeting at the AMEX stadium protecting a 100% record after picking up wins in their first game.
Brighton & Hove Albion 2
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