Thibout Courtois made two saves and conceded three goals in Chelsea's loss at Arsenal on Saturday.
Courtois was left helpless on all three goals he conceded in GW6. The first came after a mistake by Gary Cahill, which allowed Alexis Sanchez to race through unmarked, while the second and third were products of Arsenal's creativity. The poor defensive display can also be attributed to the absence of John Terry. How costly has his absence been? Without Terry they have conceded five goals in consecutive defeats. Courtois and Chelsea will look to get back on track when they travel to Hull City next Saturday.
Cesc Fabregas made his first start of the season in Chelsea's 3-0 loss at Arsenal on Saturday.
Fabregas earned the start after scoring twice in the EFL Cup on Tuesday, but his inclusion in the starting XI wasn't enough to save Chelsea against his former club. The Blues were outplayed by Arsenal in the first half, conceding three goals before the interval, while the former Gunner was replaced in the 55th minute by defender Marcos Alonso. Fabregas, who started 33 matches and assisted on seven goals last season, has played just 87 minutes for Antonio Conte this campaign.
Alexis Sanchez scored a goal and recorded an assist as Arsenal disposed of Chelsea at the Emirates, 3-0.
Arsenal were firing on all cylinders in a first half that saw Sanchez wreck havoc on Chelsea's defense. The Chilean made his first contribution of the match in the 11th minute, when he picked up a poor back pass, and chipped Courtois to take a 1-0 lead. Arsenal went on to extend their advantage three minutes later, through Theo Walcott, and again in the 40th minute. The third goal was a work of beauty as Sanchez clipped a ball, over Gary Cahill and David Luiz, to Meshut Ozil who struck a splendid volley over Courtois and in off the post. Sanchez's man of the match performance was central to Arsenal's fourth straight victory, while his goal saw him extend his scoring streak (three goals in his past two matches).
Fernando Llorente scored a goal (two shots on target) in Swansea City's loss to Manchester City on Saturday, 3-1.
Llorente leveled the match, with a crack of a finish, when he smashed a half-volley home in the 11th minute - his first goal of the season. However, a brace from Sergio Aguero and a late goal from Raheem Sterling saw Manchester City prove too much for the Swans to overcome. Swansea will look to bounce back next week - in another tough matchup - against Liverpool.
The high-flying Everton attack was shut out for the first time this season in a 1-0 away loss at Bournemouth on Saturday.
Everton's run at the top of the table (well, second behind Manchester City) came to a quick end after managing only two shots on target during a run where the club has scored six goals in the last two games alone. Romelu Lukaku overcame a toe injury to start but looked sluggish up top in the midst of a formidable defensive effort from Bournemouth's back-four. Meanwhile for the Toffees, left-back Leighton Baines was a late scratch due to a hamstring injury, which saw Bryan Oviedo get the start in defense.
Joe Allen looked to have won the Potters their first match of the season before a late Albion goal forced a draw.
At home against West Brom is the sort of match that Stoke City need three points from. They were almost there but couldn't quite get it over the line. The single point has them firmly in the relegation zone after six matches.
Salomon Rondon scored from a corner in stoppage time to cancel out Joe Allen's opener and rescue a point for traveling Albion.
It was always going to be something of a grinding affair between a side managed by Tony Pulis and one managed by Mark Hughes. It looked like the Potters were going to pick up their first win of the season until Salomon Rondon came through in stoppage time to win a good away point for Albion.
Sergio Aguero returned in fine form after a three-match ban, as he scored twice in Manchester City's 3-1 win over Swansea City.
Aguero once again proved why he is one of the best strikers in the Premier League. The Argentine opened the scoring against Swansea with a superb strike in the 9th minute and added a second with a composed spot kick in the 65th. The victory was then sealed in the 77th minute when Raheem Sterling scored after a well worked counter-attack. Aguero has now scored five in four matches, while Manchester City remain atop the table and unbeaten this season.