The eagerly awaited weekend with the most important match to be watched branded as "Second Coming Of Cr7" involving the all time best footballer Cristiano Ronaldo didn't disappoint as everything went well as he netted a spectacular brace helping Ole Gunnar's side secure a 4-1 win against Newcastle who were very serious opponents.
On the other hand,the new signing Romelu Lukaku also scored two beautiful goals that helped Tuchel's boys get away with three points in a 3-0 win against Aston Villa who were quite unlucky as they easily submitted to Chelsea.
Therefore both Chelsea and Manchester United fans have got the bragging rights following the nice display from the return of their former players.
However,leaving alone those big names,there is also one key EPL player who also showed up with a top class performance as he netted two goals that helped Crystal Palace stop the Tottenham nice start.
Odsonne Edouard,23 years of age new signing from Celtic who plays as a forward for Patrick Viera's side,got substituted on the 84th minute in second half and scored twice in 8 minutes on his debut.
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