Swansea City 0 – 4 Manchester United
AFC Bournemouth 0 – 2 Watford
Burnley 0 – 1 West Bromwich Albion
Leicester City 2 – 0 Brighton & Hove Albion
Liverpool 1 – 0 Crystal Palace
Southampton 3 – 2 West Ham United
Stoke City 1 – 0 Arsenal
- Swansea City 0 – 4 Manchester United
Manchester United underlined their early-season Premier League title credentials with a ruthless 4-0 victory at Swansea.
Eric Bailly opened the scoring and his United account on the stroke of half-time, nudging the ball over the line after Lukasz Fabianski had diverted it onto the underside of the crossbar from Paul Pogba’s powerful header.
United then burst into life as the game entered the 80th minute, doubling their advantage when Henrikh Mkhitaryan played in Romelu Lukaku, who made it three goals in two Premier League appearances following his summer move from Everton.
Mkhitaryan produced another fine assist moments later, racing down the right before slipping in Pogba, who flicked the ball over Fabianski.
Substitute Anthony Martial then rounded off the scoring in the 84th minute with an excellent solo effort, doubling his tally for the season.
Jese Rodriguez made the perfect start to his Stoke career, scoring the only goal of the game as Mark Hughes’ side beat Arsenal 1-0 at the bet365 Stadium.
The 24-year-old joined the Potters on Wednesday on a season-long loan from Paris Saint-Germain and he was thrust straight into the action, producing the match-winning moment in the 47th minute.
Arsenal, who face Liverpool at Anfield next Sunday, thought they had an equaliser in the 73rd minute through Alexandre Lacazette but the strike was ruled out for offside as Stoke held on for their first win of the season.
- Liverpool 1 – 0 Crystal Palace
Sadio Mane’s second-half goal gave Liverpool a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace in the Premier League at Anfield.
Jurgen Klopp’s side were heading for a frustrating draw after wasting a string of chances when Mane prodded past Wayne Hennessey for his second league goal of the campaign.
Palace, beaten 3-0 at home to Huddersfield in their opening match, should have scored when the game was goalless.
Christian Benteke was unmarked and eight yards out but blazed over the bar from Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s pass.
Liverpool had to wait until the 73rd minute to get the winner, the ball fortuitously falling to Mane inside the box after Luka Milivojevic’s mistake on the edge.
- Southampton 3 – 2 West Ham United
Ten-man West Ham twice came from behind but Charlie Austin’s injury time penalty gave Southampton their first victory under Mauricio Pellegrino.
Having failed to score in their last six home matches, Saints took the lead after only 10 minutes when Manolo Gabbiadini side-footed past Joe Hart.
West Ham’s problems then spiralled, as Marko Arnautovic was sent off for elbowing Jack Stephens, before Dusan Tadic made it 2-0 from the penalty spot after Jose Fonte brought down Steven Davis.
Summer signing Javier Hernandez thought he had snatched an unlikely comeback for the visitors with two goals from close range either side of half time.
But the Hammers conceded a second penalty when Pablo Zabaleta bundled into Maya Yoshida and substitute Austin coolly slotted past Hart.
- Burnley 0 – 1 West Bromwich Albion
Substitute Hal Robson-Kanu scored the winner and was later sent off as West Brom made it two wins from two with victory at Burnley.
The match was short on entertainment until Robson-Kanu gave it a shot of adrenaline with a brilliant strike.
The Wales international, who came on seven minutes earlier, pounced on a Matt Phillips flick, held off two challenges and fired in low past keeper Tom Heaton.
However, the 28-year-old striker did not see out the rest of the match as he was shown a red card in the 83rd minute for catching Matt Lowton with his elbow.
Burnley wasted chances at the other end, and will be hoping Leeds striker Chris Wood, who they look likely to sign, will be less profligate.
Ben Mee had the Clarets’ best chance but missed with a two-yard header, and team-mate Johann Berg Gudmundsson also went close with a low curling shot.
- AFC Bournemouth 0 – 2 Watford
Second-half goals from Richarlison and Etienne Capoue handed Watford a deserved 2-0 win over Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Richarlison – signed from Fluminense in August – made the breakthrough after 73 minutes, the Brazilian scoring on his full debut for his new team.
And the visitors wrapped up the points four minutes from time when substitute Capoue scored a screamer from long range to hand new manager Marco Silva his first away win in the Premier League.
As a result, Watford are off the mark this season thanks to their first league win since April 1, but the Cherries have begun the campaign with two straight losses, scoring no goals in the process.
West Brom have recorded back-to-back wins at the start of the season in the top flight for the first time since 1978.
- Leicester City 2 – 0 Brighton & Hove Albion
Leicester recorded their first win of the season with a 2-0 victory over Brighton at the King Power Stadium.
Shinji Okazaki opened the scoring for Brighton inside the first minute, converting the rebound after Riyad Mahrez’s shot had been parried into his path by Maty Ryan.
Brighton had the ball in the back of the net through Glenn Murray, but the goal was disallowed due to offside, and Leicester then doubled their lead 10 minutes after the restart through Harry Maguire, who arrived at the far post to head home Mahrez’s corner.