• Just four minutes into Saturday's opening fixture, Carlos Cuellar brings Tevez down on the edge of the area.
  • Set-piece expert Aleksandar Kolarov steps up...
  • ...and the Serbian full-back whips his free-kick over the wall and finds the net but Mignolet may have done better.
  • Carlos Tevez reacts after nearly doubling Manchester City's lead in the first half.
  • Joe Hart makes an impressive save from a Steven Fletcher header but the Sunderland striker was ruled to be offside.
  • Martin O'Neill will take a 1-0 deficit going into the break, hoping his side can do more against the champions in the second half.
  • Man City's lead is increased on the hour, Kolarov is involved again as he slides a low cross in to the near post...
  • ...and substitute Sergio Aguero, who had only been on the field five minutes, sidefoots home from close range.
  • Aleksandar Kolarov picks up the Man of the Match award after being involved in the first two goals.
  • Man City seal victory in the 89th minute when James Milner's free-kick is deflected past Mignolet.
  • First goal of the 3 o'clock kick-offs comes from James Morrison, Shane Long whips over a cross from the right and Morrison finds the bottom corner.
  • John Terry and Ashley Cole both start for Chelsea despite the off-field saga which has surrounded the pair this week.
  • Norwich take a surprise lead at Stamford Bridge when Grant Holt fires home after being set up by Leon Barnett.
  • Three minutes later Chelsea level, Ivanovic's cross finds Fernando Torres just eight yards out...
  • ...the Spaniard heads home to bag his fifth goal of the season.
  • Fresh from his Ryder Cup triumph, Sergio Garcia turns up to watch Swansea versus Reading.
  • At the DW Stadium, Wigan lead after 10 minutes, Shaun Maloney works his way into the visitors area before supplying a cross for Arouna Kone to finish.
  • Everton go straight to the other end and level after Steven Pienaar's long range effort is headed down and over the line by Nikica Jelavic.
  • On 22 minutes Chelsea take the lead, Torres' overhead kick is blocked and the ball falls to Lampard who lashes home.
  • The Latics are back in front on 23 minutes, Arouna Kone picks out Franco Di Santo, who makes no mistake.
  • Zoltan Gera doubles West Brom's lead, scoring from close range after Queens Park Rangers fail to clear their lines.
  • Eden Hazard has a penalty appeal turned down by referee Anthony Taylor.
  • Chelsea go 3-1 up when Juan Mata releases Eden Hazard who fires past John Ruddy.
  • Queens Park Rangers keeper Julio Cesar makes a save from Zoltan Gera as WBA look to extend their lead further.
  • Everton win a late penalty against Wigan, Maynor Figueroa brings down Kevin Mirallas in the area.
  • Leighton Baines fires the spot kick underneath the crossbar to level for the Toffees.
  • Swansea and Reading can't be separated at the Liberty Stadium, drawing 2-2.
  • With Reading leading 2-0 at half-time, Michu got Swansea back into the game on 71 minutes.
  • Michael Laudrup sees his team fight back from two goals down to rescue a draw.
  • Bobby Zamora looks dejected as Queens Park Rangers' defeat keeps them bottom of the league with just two points.
  • Ben Foster celebrates after goals from Morrison, Gera and Mulumbu are enough to guide WBA to three points.
  • Andy Carroll returns to action for West Ham, replacing Carlton Cole as the Hammers face Arsenal in the late kick-off.
  • Mohamed Diame gives West Ham a 21st minute lead, cutting in from the left and curling into the far corner from just inside the area.
  • The West Ham bench are on their feet, Sam Allardyce celebrates his side's early lead.
  • Just before half-time Arsenal equalise when Olivier Giroud gets a toe on Lukas Podolski's superb cross.
  • The Frenchman celebrates his first Premier League goal after five hours and six minutes of waiting.
  • On 77 minutes Arsenal are in front! Scorer turns supplier as Olivier Giroud feeds substitute Theo Walcott and the England striker calmly slots home.
  • Santi Cazorla ends the tie as a contest when he winds up from 20 yards and beats Jussi Jaaskelainen all ends up.

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Just four minutes into Saturday's opening fixture, Carlos Cuellar brings Tevez down on the edge of the area.