Watch highlights from every Premier League game, as Crystal Palace stunned Manchester United at Old Trafford, while Leicester and Southampton recorded their first wins of the season.
Premier League results
- Norwich City 2-3 Chelsea - full report and stats
- Brighton 0-2 Southampton
- Manchester United 1-2 Crystal Palace
- Sheffield United 1-2 Leicester City
- Watford 1-3 West Ham
- Liverpool 3-1 Arsenal - full report and stats
Man United 1-2 Crystal Palace
Patrick Van Aanholt struck in stoppage time to give Crystal Palace their first league win at Old Trafford since 1989 as they beat Manchester United 2-1.
Moments after Daniel James struck an 88th minute equaliser for a frustrated United side, Van Aanholt gobbled up a loose ball inside the area and powered it past David De Gea.
Jordan Ayew had capitalised on a defensive mistake to put Palace 1-0 up in the 32nd minute and United were then left to rue a second costly penalty miss of the week as Marcus Rashford cannoned a shot off the inside of the post.
It was harsh on United, who enjoyed more than 70 per cent of possession and had 22 shots at Vicente Guaita's goal, but Palace will not care as they collected their first win of the season.
Liverpool 3-1 Arsenal
Mohamed Salah scored twice as Liverpool beat Arsenal 3-1 to open up a three-point lead at the top of the Premier League.
Joel Matip headed Liverpool in front four minutes before the break, rewarding their first-half superiority from a Trent Alexander-Arnold corner.
Liverpool doubled their lead four minutes after the restart when David Luiz grabbed Salah's shirt following a delicious touch from Roberto Firmino.
Salah swept home from the penalty spot and secured Liverpool's third straight victory after 58 minutes.
The Egyptian left Luiz trailing in his wake before bursting into the area and finishing unerringly.
Arsenal's 100 per cent record was well and truly gone, but substitute Lucas Torreira struck a consolation five minutes from time to give the Gunners some cheer.
Sheffield United 1-2 Leicester City
Harvey Barnes' spectacular second-half thunderbolt clinched Leicester a 2-1 win at Sheffield United and their first victory of the season.
Barnes, who signed a new five-year deal with the Foxes in June, crashed home a brilliant winner six minutes after stepping off the bench.
It was tough on Chris Wilder's side, for whom substitute Oli McBurnie had headed a deserved equaliser after Jamie Vardy fired the Foxes ahead with his first goal of the campaign just before half-time.
The Blades gave another good account of themselves, roared on again by a partisan Bramall Lane crowd as they poured forward in search of a second equaliser.
But Leicester were the classier side and they held on for all three points after drawing their first two matches, while the Blades tasted defeat for the first time since winning promotion back to the Premier League.
Brighton 0-2 Southampton
Moussa Djenepo's stunning first Premier League goal set Southampton on course for their first points of the season as they won 2-0 at 10-man Brighton.
Substitute Djenepo, a £14million summer signing from Standard Liege, had only been on the pitch for 78 seconds when he cut in from the left to bury the ball into the top-right corner from the edge of the box.
Nathan Redmond tapped home a cross from Sofiane Boufal to seal the points in time added on.
Albion played a man light for an hour after Florin Andone was sent off for a reckless tackle on Yan Valery, while Lewis Dunk had a first-half header ruled out by VAR.
Watford 1-3 West Ham
West Ham's record signing Sebastien Haller scored a brace to secure a 3-1 win and condemn Watford to a third-successive Premier League defeat this season.
Captain Mark Noble converted from the penalty spot inside the opening minutes before Andre Gray hauled the hosts level with 17 minutes gone.
But Watford were made to pay for spurning a number of chances as Haller, the £45million summer arrival from Frankfurt, scored twice in nine second-half minutes to heap the pressure on manager Javi Gracia, whose side have now lost their last seven matches in all competitions.
Norwich City 2-3 Chelsea
Frank Lampard earned his first win as Chelsea manager at the fourth attempt, as Tammy Abraham's brace helped his side to a 3-2 win at Norwich in a breathless Premier League early kick-off.
It turned out to be the perfect afternoon for The Blues, as the Carrow Road contest also provided Chelsea with their first win of the season and Abraham's first goals for the club, as he started and finished the scoring.
Todd Cantwell and Teemu Pukki twice equalised for the hosts during an intense 45 minutes after Mason Mount had restored Chelsea's advantage with his second of the season.
But Chelsea were dominant after the break and another smart finish from Abraham proved enough for Lampard to claim his first three points.
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