After a slow start, Southampton stormed back in the first half to defeat Chelsea 2-1 and secure their first win of the season. despite a great start on the south coast thanks to Raheem Sterling's third goal of the season from close range, Thomas Tuchel's club is now five points behind league leaders Arsenal after earning only seven points in their first five games.
Score: Fulham 2, Chelsea 1 Aleksandar Mitrovic scored his team-leading fifth goal of the season as Fulham defeated Brighton 2-1 at Craven Cottage, putting an end to Brighton's undefeated start to the season.
At the three-minute mark of the second half, Mitrovic scored his 100th league goal for Fulham by sneaking in at the far post. Marco Silva's squad tacked on a second immediately after when Lewis Dunk scored an own goal (55).
OAtthe hour mark, after VAR ruled Bobby De Cordova-tackle Reid's on Pervis Estupinan warranted a penalty, Brighton's Alexis Mac Allister calmly converted the spot kick to keep his team within striking distance of the Premier League leaders.
Despite a late, substitute-inspired Brighton rally, Fulham strolled to a deserved victory, taking them into the top six with eight points, two behind Brighton, who stay in fourth.
Palace of Crystal, 1-1 The late header from substitute Yoane Wissa helped Brentford and Crystal Palace play to a 1-1 draw on Tuesday night. Brentford nearly dragged all three points back to west London with a late onslaught that saw Bryan Mbuemo and Ben Mee nearly score in stoppage time, but Wissa scored on a cross from Vitaly Janelt in the 88th minute to cancel out Wilfried Zaha's earlier magnificent goal (59).
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