– Chelsea gets a comprehensive win over Burnely
– Arsenal show class with a convincing away to Watford
– Leicester and Everton also record win in their home games
Victor Moses was on the score sheet in Chelsea’s 3-0 commanding victory over Burnley at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues continued their perfect start of the campaign as Eden Hazard Scored
a goal typical of his collection after a solo run from the midfield after just 9 minutes.
Eden Hazard getting his groove back after scoring a stunning goal for Chelsea
Willian scored in similar fashion as he drilled the ball in between the defender’s legs to give Chelsea a 2-0 lead before the break before Moses wrapped it up in the 89th minute. It Ended
Victor Moses connects with Pedro’s cross to score Chelseas’ third goal
Mesut Ozil was in Arsenal’s starting line up at Vicarage Road against Watford as the Gunners were 3-1 winners over the Hornets.
Mesut Ozil celebrates Arsenal’s third against Watford
All three goals were scored in the first half Carzola scored a spot kick while Sanchez got the second before Ozil headed home on the stroke of half time.
Robert Pereya got Watford back into the game but chances came begging as Petr Cech stood tall to keep the Gunners with a two-advantage. Ighalo also came close to scoring but it ended 3-1 to Arsenal.
Ighalo surrounded by Carzola and Koscielny
Leicester City got their first win of the season with a 2-1 over Swansea City as Jamie Vardy scored a solo goal courtesy of a Danny Drinkwater pass.
Vardy opens his account for the season against Swansea
Wes Morgan celebrated his 200th game for the Foxes with a goal after the Swans failed to clear properly as the Jamaican pounced to give the champions two goals up.
Leroy Fer rose highest to head home a quality cross from the left and gave his team a lifeline but it was enough as the Foxes held on to claim the deserved victory. It ended 2-1.
Everton continued their impressive start of the season with their second win in three games as the only goal of the match was credited as an own goal by Shay Given after Leighton Baines penalty kick came off the Stoke City goalkeeper.
Baines scores from the spot kick
Given was called into action on a number of occasions but the scoreline stayed at 1-0 at Goodison Park. Mario Arnautovic also came close for Stoke but his effort was dealt with by Maarten Sketenberg in goal.
The match between Crystal Palace
and Burnemouth ended in a 1-1 draw at Selhurst Park. Josh King put the visitors ahead in the 11 minute but Palace failed to score from a spot kick.
Scott Dann celebrates with teammates as he salvaged a point for Crystal Palace against Bournemouth
Palace captain Scott Dann leveled the scores right a the dearth to salvage a point for his team as they remain winless in three games.
Jermain Defoe scored his 145 Premier League goal as he put Sunderland ahead from the spot in the 80th minutes after the striker was fouled by Jose Fonte.
Defoe belts in his penalty kick against Southampton
However it was Southampton who had the last laugh as young goalkeeper Jordan Pickford fumbled Jay Rodriguez shot to save the Saints from defeat. It ended 1-1