Liverpool hammered and Palace stun Chelsea

West Ham were the big winners of a bad-tempered weekend in the Premier League which saw five red cards awarded. The Hammers humiliated Liverpool 3-0 at Anfield, with goals from Manuel Lanzini, Mark Noble and Diafra Sakho. The Reds saw Phillipe Coutinho given a second yellow after a needless tackle on Payet, whilst Noble was harshly dismissed as he won the ball with a good tackle after the referee had already blown for a foul.

LanziniCrystal Palace became only the second team to beat Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea at Stamford Bridge as they came away with a 2-1 win. New signing Bakary Sako gave Palace the lead, but Falcao equalised with ten minutes left. However, Joel Ward headed Palace back in front almost immediately to give the Eagles the win. Manchester City continued their 100 per-cent record with a 2-0 win against Watford, eventually breaking down the Hornets with goals from Sterling and Fernandinho.

Yann M’Vila scored the pick of the goals with a superb free-kick in Sunderland’s 2-2 draw at Villa, and a Fabricio Coloccini own goal saw Arsenal overcome 10-man Newcastle, who had striker Aleksandar Mitrovic sent off earl on. Callum Wilson’s overhead kick was cancelled out by a late Jamie Vardy penalty in Bournemouth’s draw with Leicester, whilst Solomon Rondon scored the only goal as West Brom beat Stoke, who had Ibrahim Afellay and Charlie Adam sent off within the first half hour. The tea-time kick off saw Tottenham and Everton play out a goalless draw.

GomisOn Sunday, Southampton picked up their first win of the season as they thumped Norwich 3-0. Graziano Pelle opened the scoring just before half time and Dusan Tadic scored a second-half brace. The visitors saw Steven Whittaker sent off in the first half. The later game saw Swansea come from behind to beat Manchester United for the third game in a row. Juan Mata opened the scoring for United, connecting with a Luke Shaw cross, but Andre Ayew headed Swansea level before Bafetimi Gomis squeezed the ball under Romero from close range.

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