• After a shock midweek Capital One Cup defeat to MK Dons, Louis van Gaal arrived in Burnley seeking his first competitive win as Man United manager
  • All eyes were on British record transfer Angel di Maria as he strode out to make his Manchester United debut against Burnley at Turf Moor
  • Di Maria created United's first opening, sliding a precision ball through to Robin van Persie, only for the Dutchman to be denied by Tom Heaton
  • Van Persie tried to get the better of Michael Duff down the left flank
  • David Jones ensured Di Maria was soon accustomed to the physicality of the Premier League
  • Despite a promising debut from Di Maria, it proved to be a frustrating afternoon for United as Burnley held out for a 0-0 draw
  • Dwight Gayle continued his fine run of form when putting Crystal Palace 1-0 up at Newcastle
  • Newcastle's Daryl Janmaat scored for the Magpies to make it 1-1
  • Neil Warnock celebrated with the Crystal Palace staff after the game finished 3-3
  • Swansea started brightly against West Brom, Nathan Dyer putting them ahead
  • Wayne Routledge doubled the Swans' lead with a brilliant acrobatic finish
  • New West Ham loan signing Alex Song saluted the home faithful after being unveiled at Upton Park
  • Mark Noble celebrated putting the Hammers a goal to the good over Southampton
  • Morgan Schneiderlin levelled for the Saints, but the want-away midfielder's celebrations were muted
  • It was Schneiderlin again for Southampton and he was a little happier to be in the limelight this time
  • Charlie Austin of QPR celebrated his first Premier League goal
  • Stevan Jovetic of Man City (right) and Stoke's Ryan Shawcross exchanged words
  • Stoke's Mame Biram Diouf (right) celebrated after scoring a wonderful individual goal at the Etihad
  • Mark Hughes reacted on the touchline as Stoke looked to see the game out
  • Everton's new signing Samuel Eto'o (left) arrived at Goodison before the Saturday Night Football clash with Chelsea
  • Diego Costa continued his fine start to the season by giving Chelsea a 1-0 lead over Everton
  • Branislav Ivanovic made it 2-0 to the away side within the first five minutes
  • Kevin Mirallas hit back for the Toffees...
  • ...but Seamus Coleman's unlucky own goal didn't help Roberto Martinez's side
  • Steven Naismith gave Everton hope with a smart finish
  • Ramires claimed Chelsea's fifth goal of the night
  • Nemanja Matic of Chelsea scored his team's fourth thanks to a slight deflection
  • Samuel Eto'o came off the bench and scored on his debut against his former club
  • Costa rounded off a remarkable match by making 6-3 in the 90th minute

Premier League

After a shock midweek Capital One Cup defeat to MK Dons, Louis van Gaal arrived in Burnley seeking his first competitive win as Man United manager