Norwich 1 Crystal Palace 0
Norwich edged to a nervy 1-0 win over Crystal Palace to ease the pressure on manager Chris Hughton and hand new Eagles boss Tony Pulis defeat in his first match.
Cardiff 0 Arsenal 3
Aaron Ramsey struck twice against his boyhood club to help Arsenal to a 3-0 win at Cardiff and extend the Gunners’ lead at the top of the Barclays Premier League table to seven points.
Aston Villa 0 Sunderland 0
Aston Villa and Sunderland played out a largely forgettable 0-0 draw in front of the watching Duke of Cambridge at Villa Park.
Everton 4 Stoke 0
Everton’s Catalan influence continues to grow apace as on-loan Barcelona youngster Gerard Deulofeu scored on his league debut to inspire a comfortable 4-0 win over Stoke.
Manchester 1 Southampton 1
Manchester United suffered another significant Premier League setback as Dejan Lovren scored an 88th-minute equaliser to earn Southampton a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford.
Chelsea 4 Cardiff 1
Jose Mourinho was sent to the stands as Chelsea claimed an emphatic, and controversial, 4-1 victory over Cardiff to move second in the Barclays Premier League.
Everton 2 Hull 1
Substitute Steven Pienaar produced a stunning comeback after six weeks on the sidelines as he scored with his first touch to get Everton back to winning ways.
Newcastle 2 Liverpool 2
Daniel Sturridge preserved Liverpool’s promising start to the Barclays Premier League season by denying 10-man Newcastle a famous victory.
Liverpool 3 Crystal Palace 1
Liverpool’s return to the top of the Premier League was confirmed by an impressive first-half performance which saw Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge steal the show again.
The French striker took his tally to five goals in his past three appearance as he produced two excellent first-half finishes to put the Magpies in control at Cardiff City Stadium.
Fulham 1 Cardiff 2
Cardiff celebrated a first win away in the top flight since their ascension to the Barclays Premier League with a last-gasp defeat of Fulham to pile more pressure on Martin Jol.
Hull 1 West Ham 0
Robbie Brady’s fourth goal of the season handed Hull a deserved victory over West Ham as Steve Bruce’s side made it back-to-back wins in the Barclays Premier League.