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Another exciting and wild weekend in the Premier League is done and dusted.
An exciting weekend of Premier League action saw the champions of the Premier League mauled 7 - 2 by last season's relegation escapee Aston Villa. On the other side, Mourinho's team, Tottenham, also mauled Manchester United 6 - 1 at Old Trafford. There were wins for Arsenal, Chelsea, and Everton among others.
Let’s take a quick look at the shocks, the goalscorers, and the big decisions that went one way or the other in the games that took place across the fourth weekend back in Premier League action.
Ben Chilwell scored a goal and assisted another on his 100th Premier League game and debut for Chelsea as they beat Crystal Palace 4-0 at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea returned to winning ways in the Premier League with a 4-0 win over Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. Frank Lampard's side had to wait until the second half to break the deadlock. Ben Chilwell notched his first goal for Chelsea with a left-footed strike. He then crossed for Kurt Zouma to power in a header on 66 minutes to double the advantage, before Jorginho scored two penalties in the final 12 minutes to wrap up the three points for the Blues.
Man of the Match: Ben Chilwell
Chelsea are next in action on October 17 after the international break against Southampton on home soil. Crystal Palace will host Brighton and Hove Albion in their next outing at home on October 18.
Leeds and Manchester City shared the spoils in a highly anticipated match which did not disappoint. Guardiola's team dominated the opening period at Elland Road. Raheem Sterling put them ahead on 17 minutes with his first Premier League goal of the season., but Leeds stormed back and were deservedly level on 59 minutes.
City are at home to Arsenal on October 17 after the international break, while Leeds entertain Wolves two weeks on Monday.
Newcastle win Burnley 3-1 to move up to sixth in the Premier League. Saint-Maximin scored one and then assisted Callum Wilson for United's second, either side of Westwood's volleyed equaliser, and Wilson sealed the three points from the penalty spot 13 minutes from time.
Burnley are 19th without a point. They have now lost all three league games this term and stay in the relegation zone.
Man of the Match: Callum Wilson
Burnley head to West Brom in their first game back after the international break, while Newcastle host Manchester United.
Pablo Fornals, Michail Antonio, and Jarrod Bowen scored as West Ham United ended Leicester City's 100 percent start with a 3-0 victory at King Power Stadium. Leicester had plenty of possession but failed to get a single shot on target.
Leicester: 17 Oct v Villa (H)
West Ham: 18 Oct v Spurs (A)
Goals from Moussa Djenepo (41 min)and Oriol Romeu (69min) did the damage for Southampton as they sealed a fairly comfortable 2-0 victory over West Bromwich Albion at St Mary's. Southampton move up to 10th, while the Baggies stay 17th.
Southampton: 17 Oct v Chelsea (A)
West Brom: 17 Oct v Burnley (H)
Pedro Neto's second-half strike is the difference at Molineux as Wolverhampton Wanderers get back to winning ways with a 1-0 win against Fulham.
Both sides will pause for breath now as the international break arrives - but when they resume in a fortnight, Fulham will clash with Sheffield United while Wolves will face newly-promoted Leeds United,
Son Heung-min and Harry Kane starred as Tottenham claimed a remarkable 6-1 victory against 10-man Manchester United at Old Trafford
Spurs dominated throughout the game. Though it was United who opened the scoring when Fernandes converted an early spot-kick, Spurs led the first half 4 - 1. They added to their tally in the second half, first through Aurier and then Kane got his second of the game from the penalty spot.
Tottenham move up to 5th place on seven points, while Man Utd are 16th on three points
Next up for Spurs is a visit from West Ham in two weeks whereas United will travel to Newcastle.