Liverpool beat Bournemouth 9-0 to record a Premier League title win, while Erling Haaland scored a hat-trick as Manchester City beat Crystal Palace 4-2 on Saturday.
Arsenal maintained their start at the top of the Premier League with a 2-1 win over Fulham.
On the other hand, 10-man Chelsea beat Leicester 2-1 while Manchester United’s revival continued with a 1-0 win at Southampton.
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Liverpool stole the show with a stunning comeback from their 2-1 defeat at Manchester United on Monday.
After a three-match unbeaten run, the Reds returned to action by equaling Manchester United’s 9-0 win over Ipswich in 1995, Southampton in 2021 and Leicester in 2019.
It took just three minutes for Luis Diaz to tap home a cross from Colombian winger Roberto Firmino at Anfield.
Liverpool went ahead three minutes later when Harvey Elliott scored his first Premier League goal from 20 yards.
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In the 28th minute, Trent Alexander-Arnold fired a shot into the top corner from 25 yards out.
After providing 3 assists, Firmino volleyed himself in from close range to put the result beyond doubt in the 31st minute.
Virgil van Dijk headed home Andrew Robertson’s corner to give Liverpool the first goal in five Premier League first-half goals.
Chris Mepham scored an own goal from Alexander-Arnold’s cross in the 46th minute and Firmino scored his seventh goal in the 62nd minute.
Fabio Carvalho’s first goal since his summer move from Fulham made it eight in the 80th minute.
Diaz scored his historic ninth with five minutes remaining as Liverpool held their biggest margin of victory against Palace since 1989.
“We want to show a reaction. To become the best version of ourselves. We scored great goals,” Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said.
“The game settled down and we kept scoring. It was the best afternoon.”
Manchester City put on another impressive display as they beat Palace 2-0 at the Etihad Stadium.
Palace took the lead in the fourth minute when Eberechi Eze headed home John Stones’ free-kick and scored an own goal.
In the 21st minute, Palace defender Joachim Andersson’s header knocked Eze out of the ball.
But City came from 3-1 down to draw at Newcastle last weekend, and Bernardo Silva’s 53rd-minute try from Jeffrey Schlupp gave them hope.
City scored their first home goal since Phil Foden’s cross in the 62nd minute when Haaland arrived and the former Borussia Dortmund striker joined at the end of the season.
Haaland came on in the 70th minute and the Norwegian scored a hat trick in the 81st minute.
“What Erling Haaland did today, he did his whole job. It’s nothing special,” City manager Pep Guardiola said.
Aleksandar Mitrovic robbed Gabriel and scored in the 56th minute as Arsenal’s three-match winning streak was threatened at the Emirates Stadium.
However, Martin Odegaard equalized after 8 minutes with a free kick. In the 86th minute, Fulham’s ex-Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno did not come out with the ball, and Gabriel went over the line.
It is the third time Arsenal have won their first four Premier League games.
“It’s great to win like this. We made a mistake and they punished us, but the team recognized our reaction to the problem,” Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta said.
Raheem Sterling scored his first goals for Chelsea in a dramatic win over Leicester.
Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher was sent off in the 28th minute for a foul on Harvey Barnes.
In the 47th minute, Sterling struck and ex-Manchester City striker Daniel Amartey headed home.
Sterling headed in a cross from Reese James in the 63rd minute before Barnes narrowly missed three minutes later.
Erik ten Haag Manchester United learned from their start to the season when Bruno Fernandes volleyed past Southampton in the 55th minute.
The Ten Hugs have lost their opening two games to sit bottom of the Premier League but have now recorded back-to-back league wins for the first time since February.
“I think the players have learned some lessons from Brentford. We used to argue more on long balls. We were really happy,” Ten Haag said.
Brentford drew 1-1 with Everton and Brighton beat Leeds 1-0.
Southampton 0-1 Manchester United
Chelsea 2-1 Leicester City
Brighton 1-0 Leeds United
Manchester City 4-2 Crystal Palace
Liverpool 9-0 Bournemouth
Brentford 1-1 Everton
Arsenal 2-1 Fulham