Mesut Ozil has quieted critics by coming up big in a big match as Arsenal beat Manchester United 3-0 at the Emirates.
Everton found themselves behind against bitter rivals Liverpool, but an equalizer by Romelu Lukaku in first half injury time helped the Toffees come away with a 1-1 draw.
Danny Ings got Liverpool off on the right track by scoring the opener in the Merseyside derby, but Everton would find an equalizer near halftime and the two sides would play to a 1-1 draw.
Ciaran Clark missed the home defeat to Stoke on Saturday after picking up a thigh strain in training.
Scotland are sweating are on a number of injured players ahead of the upcoming Euro 2016 games against Poland and Gibraltar. James Morrison, Darren Fletcher and Ikechi Anya all picked up knocks and will be assessed before joining their international colleagues.
Jose Mourinho confirmed that illness forced Brazilian midfielder Willian off during Saturdays’ home defeat to Southampton. "He was vomiting in the dressing room at half-time and the doctor said immediately it would be very difficult for him to carry on, if he did he would be in trouble."
Stoke made it two wins on the spin at Villa Park but the loss of Mame Diouf to a serious looking hip injury put a major downer on the afternoon for Mark Hughes.
Sadio Mane and Graziano Pelle combined to down Chelsea in a a huge 3-1 victory at Stamford Bridge.
Glenn Murray connected on a Matt Ritchie cross in the first half but was denied from the spot in the second half and Bournemouth and Watford were forced to split the points at the Vitality Stadium.
Gomes saw one Glenn Murray shot go past him from open play but he denied the former Crystal Palace man from the spot late in the match to preserve a 1-1 draw for the Hornets.
Brad Guzan made a strong save from a Charlie Adam long range chip but it wasn't enough as Stoke City came to Villa Park and were clearly the better team and converted that to a 1-0 away win.
Marko Arnautovic continues to make the best of Stoke City's injury issues as he scored the lone goal in the Potters' 1-0 over Aston Villa at Villa Park.
Alexsandar Mitrovic put in his second positive shift since returning from suspension, and today was rewarded with his first Premier League goal, but Newcastle United would then cough up SIX unanswered goals to ruin the experience in a 6-1 final.
Leicester City continued their good form to start the season with a 2-1 win over Norwich.
After a slow start to league play this season, Sergio Aguero finally rewarded patient fantasy owners in a big way, scoring five goals as Manchester City rolled Newcastle United, 6-1.