Manchester City sit top of the Premier League table after match day five.
Matchday five kicked off on Saturday lunchtime as Liverpool came from behind to beat Wolves.
Tottenham had to strike late to avoid a shock defeat to Sheffield United as Richarlison’s first goal of the season helped a comeback win. Manchester United, meanwhile, were thrashed 3-1 at home by Brighton, while Fulham beat Luton and Crystal Palace lost to Aston Villa.
Newcastle then got back to winning ways with a tight win over Brentford.
Sunday began with further disappointment for Chelsea in a 0-0 draw at Bournemouth before Arsenal beat Everton. The Gunners put their disastrous Goodison Park record behind them to earn a narrow 1-0 win.
On Monday, Nottingham Forest drew Burnley drew at the City Ground to finish off this round of Premier League matches.
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