Chelsea choke, Leicester run wild, Liverpool stunned ... Premier League results of the season so far – in pictures

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - MANCHESTER UNITED 4 (Rashford pen 18' , 67', Martial 65', James 81') CHELSEA 0: Opening game of the season and a miserable first Premier League match as manager for Frank Lampard, as his Chelsea side are swept aside at Old Trafford. The Blues were actually the better side before the break but fell to their worst ever opening-day defeat in 104 league seasons. Lampard said: "We will have to learn harsh lessons and correct them pretty quickly." AFP

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 0 NEWCASTLE UNITED 1 (Joelinton 27'): A surprise win for Steve Bruce's side with £40 million [Dh171m] summer signing Joelinton scoring his first goal in English football in August. Sadly for him and Newcastle, that remains the 23-year-old Brazilian striker's only league strike in 29 appearances. Bruce said of his match-winner: "We played him a lot better today, it worked and he will be delighted to get the goal." Getty

NORWICH CITY 3 (McLean 18', Cantwell 28', Pukki 50') MANCHESTER CITY 2 (Aguero 45'), Rodri 88'): A brilliant Norwich performance in September that inflicted a first defeat on champions City since January. Teemu Pukki continued his fine start to the season by scoring his sixth goal against a defence creaking without the departed Vincent Kompany and injured Aymeric Laporte. Norwich City manager Daniel Farke, whose team had been hit by an injury crisis before the match with eight players ruled out, said: "Of course it is a special day for us and for the club, against one of the best teams in the world and when we have so many injuries." Getty

WOLVES 2 (Abraham og 69', Cutrone 85') CHELSEA 5 (Tomori 31', Abraham 34', 41', 55', Mount 90'): A clear sign that Frank Lampard's young side could make their mark this season. Striker Tammy Abraham grabbed a hat-trick as Wolves were blown away in front of their own fans in mid-September. "I hope this is my season," said the 21-year-old. "I have to keep working hard in every training session, every game. Every game I want to prove myself to the gaffer." Reuters

MANCHESTER CITY 8 (Silva 1', Aguero pen 7', Mahrez 12', Bernardo Silva 15', 48', 60', Otamendi 18', De Bruyne 85') WATFORD 0: Ruthless City took out their frustration at losing to Norwich the previous week in September by going 5-0 up after 18 minutes as double figures seemed likely. They had to settle for a paltry eight in this September massacre. Watford manager Quique Sanchez Flores, in only his second game back after being reappointed, said: "First, we have to say sorry to the fans ... after 30 seconds we realised it would be very tough and then after 15 minutes it was impossible to play like this." By December, Flores was gone again. Getty

NORWICH CITY (Drmic 87') 1 ASTON VILLA 5 (Wesley 14', 30', Grealish 49', Hourihane 61', Douglas Luiz 83'): The sort of home result that helps relegate teams come the end of the season. Villa had not won a Premier League away game in 21 attempts but that run ended thanks to a Norwich defence leaking like a sieve - although 10 injured first-teamers did not help their cause. Wesley, Villa's £22m record signing finally showed some form and was hailed by manager Dean Smith as a "colossus up front" after this early-October massacre. Reuters

BRIGHTON 3 (Maupay 3', Connolly 32', 65') TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 0: A catastrophic week in October for Tottenham that saw them lose 7-2 at home to Bayern Munich in the Champions League, then capitulate badly on the domestic front against Brighton. To compound their misery, Spurs goalkeeper Hugo Lloris dislocated his elbow while conceding the first goal. Manager Mauricio Pochettino, who would be sacked the following month, said: "We cannot say that they did not deserve the three points. We never recovered from those opening few minutes." Getty

MANCHESTER CITY 0 WOLVES 2 (Traore 80', 90'): Two late blows were gut-punches to the reigning champions, whose grip on the Premier League crown was loosening rapidly by the start of October. They were now eight points behind Liverpool in the title race. Traore's double meant Wolves won at City in the top-flight for the first time since 1979. City manager Pep Guardiola said: "We were not at our best. We had chances to score but it was a bad day and we lost the game." AP

SOUTHAMPTON 0 LEICESTER CITY 9 (Chilwell 10', Tielemans 17', Pérez 19', 39', 57', Vardy 45', 58', pen 90', Maddison 85'): A scarcely believable scoreline at St Mary's, when an early red card for Ryan Bertrand set the wheels in motion for an embarrassing night for the Saints. It matched the record Premier League win set when Manchester United battered Ipswich in 1995. Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl said: "The performance was a disaster today and I have to apologise and take 100 per cent responsibility - I've never seen a team act like this, there was no fight for anything." Reuters

ARSENAL 1 (Lacazette 50') BRIGHTON 2 (Webster 36', Maupay 80'): Managerless Arsenal hit a new low with this home defeat in caretaker manager Freddie Ljungberg's first home match in charge, a week after the sacking of Unai Emery. Ljungberg said: "We didn't show up in the first half, didn't work hard and want to play." The Gunners were Brighton's third big scalp of the season after Spurs and Everton. EPA

LEICESTER CITY 0 LIVERPOOL 4 (Firmino 31', 74', Milner pen 71'), Alexander-Arnold 78'): A brutal reality check for the Foxes who were flying high in second place but were taught a lesson by the league leaders. A dominant performance that extended Liverpool's lead at the top to 13 points. Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers, described Liverpool as one of "the best teams in the history of the Premier League". Getty

ASTON VILLA 1 (El Ghazi pen 90') MANCHESTER CITY 6 (Mahrez 18', 24', Agüero 28', 57', 81', Jesus 45'): Hapless Villa were blown away by a rampant City side in January as Sergio Aguero scored his 12th hat-trick to become the highest overseas goalscorer in Premier League history, overtaking Thierry Henry. The Argentine moved level and then past Henry, before joining Frank Lampard on 177 goals. "He's a legend," said City manager Pep Guardiola. "It was an honour to be here on the day he achieved the record." Reuters

MANCHESTER UNITED 0 BURNLEY 2 (Wood 39', Rodriguez 56'): A day to forget for United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer whose side were booed off by their own fans at half-time and full-time in January. Burnley clinched a thoroughly deserved first victory at Old Trafford since 1962. "We hold our hands up, it is not good enough," said Solskjaer. EPA

WATFORD 3 (Sarr 54', 60', Deeney 72') LIVERPOOL 0: A stunning result at Vicarage Road as Liverpool's run of 18 successive Premier League victories and 44-game unbeaten streak was brought to a crashing halt. Watford lifted themselves out of the relegation zone with the February victory. Liverpool, though, still held a slight lead at the top of the table of 22 points. Manager Jurgen Klopp said: "They did exactly what they wanted to do, we did not. That's how football works." AFP

CHELSEA 4 (Mount 14', Pedro 21', Willian 51', Giroud 54') EVERTON 0: A nightmare return to Stamford Bridge for Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti in the last round of matches before the coronavirus-enforced break started in March. Billy Gilmour, 18, produced a man-of-the-match display in his full debut for Chelsea as Everton's resurgence since Ancelotti's appointment in December was brought to a juddering halt. The Italian said: "It's very disappointing. This is the first time I was so sad for the performance of the team. Everything was wrong." Reuters

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