The Premier League leaders, Liverpool smashed past Sheffield United 1-0. Tottenham as well recovered from a Hugo Lloris howler to win on Saturday.
Georginio Wijnaldum’s shot squirmed past Dean Henderson. The goalkeeper should have done better than allowing Jurgen Klopp’s side to take all three points.
Tottenham beat Southampton 2-1 despite playing for more than an hour of the game with 10 men only.
Tanguy Ndombele put Spurs into the lead before Serge Aurier was shown two yellow cards.
Danny Ings equalized when keeper Lloris gave the ball away. Nevertheless, Harry Kane’s goal at the end of an action-packed first-half brought in the difference.
Across the capital, Chelsea moved up to the sixth position in the table with a 2-0 home win over Brighton who fell to the 16th position.
Jorginho’s penalty and Willian’s first league goal since January also secured a first Premier League home win for Frank Lampard.
West Ham United continue to be the highest placed London club in the early season standings. This after Manuel Pellegrini’s side fought back for a 2-2 draw at Bournemouth.
Andriy Yarmolenko placed the Hammers in front. The match took a U-turn when Joshua King and Callum Wilson drove in their goals.
The best part of the match is when Aaron Creswell’s equalizer puts the east London club in a lofty third position.
Crystal Palace has found its way to the top half of the table. Luka Milivojevic and Andros Townsend helped the Eagles up to the ninth with a 2-0 win over Norwich City who is in the 17th position.
Aston Villa was denied their second league win of the season as Burnley twice fought back at Villa Park.
Home goals from Anwar El Ghazi and John McGinn were canceled out by first Jay Rodriguez and then Chris Wood in a 2-2 draw.
In a match in which the two sides were looking for their first league wins of the season at Molineux, Wolves came out with a 2-2 win over Watford.
Matt Doherty’s close-range finish and Daryl Janmaat’s own goal leaves Quique Sanchez Flore’s side rooted to the foot of the table with two points from seven games.