Aguero hits five and two bite the bullet

Sergio Aguero’s five goals for Manchester City was the biggest on field event of the weekend, as City came from behind to dismantle Newcastle 6-1. The Argentine’s goals came within 20 minutes either side of half time, with Kevin De Bruyne also scoring for City, and Mitrovic scoring for Newcastle.

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Source: dailymail.co.uk

Arsenal moved up to second after stunning Manchester United in the first 20 minutes. Alexis Sanchez scored either side of a precise Mesut Ozil goal to give the Gunners the win, which probably should have been even more emphatic. Chelsea’s poor form continued as they were outclassed at home to Southampton. Willian put Mourhino’s side ahead with an overhit free kick, before a Steven Davis volley levelled things up. Sadio Mane and Graziano Pelle netted in the second half to give the Saints a deserved win.

Brendan Rogers was sacked by Liverpool after their derby disappointment, drawing 1-1 at Everton. Danny Ings headed the visitors in front, but Romelu Lukaku equalised just before the break to bring Rodgers’ reign at Anfield to an end. Dick Advocaat had become to first manager to leave his post earlier in the day, resigning after his side threw away a two goal lead against West Ham. Steven Fletcher and Jeremain Lens put Sunderland ahead, but Carl Jenkinson pulled a goal back. Lens was sent off in the second half, and just minutes later Payet equalised for the Hammers.

Source: dailymail.co.uk

Source: dailymail.co.uk

Two Christian Eriksen free kicks salvaged a draw for Spurs against Swansea, who twice led through Andre Ayew and a Harry Kane own goal. Crystal Palace continued their great start to the season with a 2-0 win over West Brom, with goals from Bolasie and a Cabaye penalty. Jamie Vardy followed up his England call up with a goal at Norwich. Jeffery Schlupp also scored for the Foxes, with Mbokani pulling one back for the hosts. Two of the promoted sides met as Bournemouth hosted Watford. Cherries’ keeper Artur Boruc gifted Watford the lead with a stray pass, but new signing Glenn Murray equalised. Watford stopper Heurelho Gomes saved a late Murray penalty to keep the score level. Stoke have recorded back to back wins as Marko Arnautovic scored the only goal against Aston Villa.

It looks like Jurgen Klopp will be taking over at Anfield, but is he the right man for the job? Have your say in the comments below.

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