Update: Stoke 2 Man U 2, Arsenal Sink B’mouth 3-0, Chelsea Drub Leicester 2-1, Spurs Hit Everton 3-0, Madrid Draws Levante



Last minute drive from Lukaku that would have sealed the game for the visitors


Stoke vs Man U: Stoke’s Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting gave visiting Man U team a fight they will not forget in a hurry as he scored twice to redeem the image of the home team who had scored first but had to fight to even up after Rashford and Lukaku scored the two goals for the visitors. Full marks to Stoke. That was absolutely superb. They kept Romelu Lukaku quiet and Paul Pogba found it hard to breakthrough as well.

Apart from a pretty uneventful half hour before the break, this has been an enthralling watch


Arsenal’s two goal scorer Welbeck on the move

Arsenal vs Bournemouth: This two sides had something in common; Arsenal was looking to avoid three successive Premier League defeats for first time since January 2012, while Bournemouth was looking to avoid loosing their opening four games of a league campaign for only the third time in their history.

At the end, Welbeck scored the first goal in the sixth minute and the second in the 50th minute, while Lacazette scored the third and final goal. The Last time the side met it was Bournemouth who took a 3-0 lead, only to throw it away by conceding three times in the last 20 mins.


ex Leicester Ngolo Kante’s power drive that gave Chelsea the winner

Leicester vs Chelsea: It was a game of the two champion with the reigning Champions having the better side for large portions against the former champions, but the former champions have shown that they have enough to worry the Champions in the closing stages as Vardy pulled one back through a penalty, making it 1-2. Chelsea’s goals came through Morata and Kante, against his former club


Everton vs Tottenham: Harry Kane’s 100th & 101st Spurs goals plus Eriksen effort gave the visitors a 3-0 win at Everton. Contrast that with their home record of played two; lost one; drawn one; scored two; conceded three


Spurs Kane weaves through Everton defenders to make it two, ending his goal draught since start of season


Brighton vs West Brom: Brighton had a full package for their home fans today by registering six shots on target with three entering the net, after having failed to score in their opening three Premier League games. GroB scored two and Hemed one. The visitors were able to pull one back through Morrison.


A header from Brighton’s Hemed made it two for the visitors

Southampton vs Watford : Southampton’s unbeaten start to the season is coming to an end as two un replied goals from Watford sealed their hopes for a comeback, Doucoure scored the first and Daryl Janmaat scored the second for the visitors


Vazquez saves Madrid’s from embarrasing home defeat by pulling one back


Real Madrid vs Levante: Real Madrid’s stuttering start to their La Liga defense continued, coming from behind to draw against Levante.

The visitors took a shock lead through Ivi, who spun past Dani Carvajal in the area before slotting home.

But Lucas Vazquez equalized from close range after Raul Fernandez saved Sergio Ramos’s header.