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Another week, another huge set of results. The 4th weekend of this seasons Premier League saw a host of high scoring games - great results for some, embarrassing for others:
Saturday kicked off with Manchester City sending a statement of intent by giving a 10-man Liverpool squad a thrashing. Liverpool, having had their main man Mane sent off in the 37th minute for a questionable high challenge on City keeper Ederson, failed to find any form of composure throughout the match, resulting Manchester City netting 5, and Liverpool 0.
Defending champions Chelsea took their third successive win, 2-1, over defeating Leicester City. Chelsea and ex Leicester star N'Golo Kante showed the Foxes what they were missing by clinching the winner, and further showed why he's such a highly respected sportsman by declining to celebrate in front of his former club - a real class act.
Arsenal finally managed to get their second win of the season under their belts and bounced back into relevance. Danny Welbeck impressed for the Gunners as he scored either side of Arsenal's record summer signing Alexandre Lacazette's second in a 3-0 win over Bournemouth. For now the pressure is off, but it'll be interesting to see how the team copes when their international fixtures begin.
North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur gave Everton a beating at Goodison Park, seeing Harry Kane net his 100th and 101st goals for Spurs, as well as Christian Eriksen converting from close range. Everton are surely feeling deflated, especially following a tumultuous week of club legend Wayne Rooney's personal life making front page news for all the wrong reasons.
Manchester United regained their spot at the top of the table but dropped points for the first time this campaign in a 2-2 against Stoke City. In the last 10 minutes as both sides pushed for a winner, Lukaku wasted an excellent chance when he fired over from Antonio Valencia's cross after losing his marker eight yards out, unlucky!
Just two goals were scored during Sunday's Week 4 Premier League action, as Burnley and Newcastle United picked up 1-0 wins over Crystal Palace and Swansea City, respectively.
And finally, on Monday we saw West Ham grab their first points of this season in a 2-0 win over newly promoted Huddersfield Town. Granted, Huddersfield offered little threat in this fixture, having been somewhat impressive so far since their promotion, currently sitting in the 6th spot of the table. The win offers some respite for Hammers manager Slaven Bilic, however, they've still got a lot of making up to do and it'll take a big push to get them mid-table any time soon.
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