Liverpool opened match day two of 2021/22 premier league campaign on Saturday as they hosted Burnley FC at Anfield.
Diogo Jota and Sadio Mane goals were sufficient to hand Jurgen Klopp second victory in a row.
Aston Villa defeated Newcastle United at Villa Park courtesy of new striker Danny Ings in the 45th minute and El Ghazi penalty shoot at the 62'.
In another match Crystal Palace and Brentford shared points after the match ended in a goaless draw.
Leeds United hosted Everton football club in a match that ended in a 2-2 draw.
At the Etihad Stadium Manchester City secured their first 2021/22 premier league season point after thrashing Norwich City 5 goals nill.
Brighton FC sealed their second victory in a row after defeating Watford FC 2-0
Three premier league matches were played on Sunday. In the first match Manchester United drew with Southampton. Fred's own goal in the 30th minute put Southampton in front, the first half ended 1-0.
The red devils came back strong in the second half, it didn't take long for United to get equalizing goal. Mason Greenhood power strike assisted by Paul Pogba changed the scoreboard to 1-1.
Dele Alli's goal was enough to give Totenham Hotspurs victory over Wolves. Former Wolverhampton coach Nuno Espirito Santo joined Spurs as headcoach earlier before the season began, this was an indicator that Spurs were having higher chances of winning the game.
In the last game of the day at Emirates Stadium Arsenal continued their bad form as they lost again to Chelsea football club.
Romelu Lukaku put the blues in front at the 15th minute. Reece James sealed the blues victory after scoring fantastic goal in the 35th minute.
After the weekend results Chelsea are toping the table with six points.
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