Match Week 3 was an outstanding weekend of football. There was big matchups across the league and it did not disappoint.
Spurs vs Wolves was the opening game of the weekend on Saturday, Spurs eventually coming out as a 1-0 victors, Harry Kane with the decisive goal after early pressure and chances from Wolves.
Everton vs Nottingham Forest ended in a 1-1 draw with both goals coming late in the game, Nottingham Forest scoring first before a breakaway goal from Demarai Gray.
Leicester City vs Southampton saw the saints come out on top with a comeback win. James Maddison opened the scored with a lovely freekick before Che Adams scored two goals for Southampton, the second being the pick of the bunch, finishing a love move with a stunning volley.
Fulham vs Brentford, a high scoring game saw Fulham come out as 3-2 victors. A last minute winner from Mitrovic ensured that Fulham have had a solid start to their return in the Premier League.
Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa finished with Palace on top at Selhurst Park. Wilfried Zaha scoring two and the third scored by Mateta. The final score being 3-1 to Palace.
Bournemouth vs Arsenal saw the away side come out as 3-0 winners. Martin Ødegaard with two of the three goals and a first Arsenal goal for defender William Saliba. This leaves Arsenal with the only remaining 100% record in the league and has them solely at the top of the table.
West Ham vs Brighton, Brighton continued their strong start to the Premier League with a 2-0 win against home side West Ham. Trossard with a great finish for their second goal of the game.
Leeds vs Chelsea, the biggest 'upset' of the weekend, Leeds United running away as 3-0 winners vs Chelsea. A Mendy mistake gifted Leeds their first goal, Premier League top scorer Rodrigo scored a fantastic header for Leeds's second before assisting Jack Harrison for their 3rd of the afternoon. Chelsea new signing Koulibally was sent for an early shower after a second yellow card offence.
Newcastle vs Manchester City, possibly the game of the weekend as a hard fought battle at St James's Park ended in a 3-3 draw. Man City opened the scoring and were expected to drift to victory, but a spirited Newcastle side fuelled by the crowd saw them fight back to a 3-1 lead with a fantastic freekick from Kieran Trippier. The Championsfought back themselves with goals from Erling Haaland and Bernardo Silva to share the points.
Manchester United vs Liverpool was set to be the game of the weekend, both have had tough starts to the season, Man United came out on top in a hard fought game. Goals from Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford saw Man U get off to a 2-0 lead before Mo Salah got one back for the visitors.