Chelsea Falls To Burnley 2-3 At Stamford Bridge, Liverpool Draws, Man U Tops Table

 

  1. Nine-man Chelsea beaten 3-2 by Burnley
  2. Cahill & Fabregas sent off, Morata scores on debut
  3. Huddersfield win 3-0 at Palace on EPL debut
  4. Rooney gives Everton 1-0 victory v Stoke
  5. West Brom beat Bournemouth 1-0
  6. Watford drew 3-3 with Liverpool earlier
  7. Brighton fall 2-0 to Manchester City from Sergio Aguero and own goal from Lewis Dunk
  8. Manchester United drubs West Ham 4-0 to top the table

 

Man U vs West Ham: Romanu Lukaku, United’s biggest summer signing lived up to the billing as he confirmed his past record by scoring in every debut match for his EPL clubs- West Brom, Everton and now Manchester United for which he scored two of their four goals drubbing on West Ham at Old Trafford, Sunday

Lukaku scores in his debut for Man U

 

Chelsea Vs Burnley: Chelsea was today humiliated twice, first by proving bookmakers wrong when they lost gallantly in a match they had 68 possession of the ball to 32 for Burnley, 2-3 and secondly for falling to the visitors before a home crowd at Stamford Bridge.

Burnley converted any chance they had at the 18-yard box to goal even as Chelsea looked better with nine men than they did with 11 men after Cahill, captain and Cesc Fabragas were shown the red card

They pulled all the stops to give Burnley a run for their goals, but at the end of an exciting 94 minutes match, they failed to find the back of the net, at least to draw level with the visitors. With all the time wasting, the goals, the substitutes and the sending-off, it was hard for Chelsea to regain their balance and prove they were the champions.

David Luiz scores for Chelsea

 

Liverpool vs Watford: But for Miguel Britos who scored a controversial 93rd-minute equalizer for Watford, Liverpool would have ran away with an away win in a thrilling game at Vicarage Road.The Reds, without talismanic Phillippe Coutinho had to settle for a 3-3 draw

 

Huddersfield vs Crystal Palace: Huddersfield’s dream Premier League debut appears to be complete as they went second place of the Premier League table with goals difference of 3, having trounced C’ Place 3-0 with a Steve Mounie smash in of Colin Quaner’s rolled square pass from 15 yards.

 

Huddersfield opener from danger man Steve Mounie

West Brom vs Bournemouth: Bournmouth did their best by throwing more and more bodies forward Jordon Ibe, Jermain Defoe, Joshua Kinga but West Brom held on to their I-0 goal.

Ahmed Hagazi scores for West Brom

 

Everton vs Stoke. Wayne Rooney debuted with a stunning goal that took Everton to its first win in the opening match with Stoke. His goal was the winning goal having found himself back in his natural habitat. The goal he scored just before half time is set to enter Everton folklore

Dream maker Rooney mobbed by teammates as he scores Everton’s winning goal

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