Chelsea and Liverpool remain at the top, Manchester City third

Manchester City got the better of Fulham to make it to the third spot while Chelsea and Liverpool maintained 100 per cent starts to the Premier League.

Liverpool made Tottenham taste defeat at Wembley taking advantage of the latter’s out of sorts campaign so far in the league. On the other hand, Eden Hazard’s hat-trick saw Chelsea toppling Cardiff from the top of the table on goal difference.

Elsewhere, Arsenal edged Newcastle after two second-half goals while Bournemouth defeated Leicester with ease.

In the 3 PM kickoffs, Manchester City made the fastest start as Leroy Sane scored within the first two minutes. David Silva and Raheem Sterling augmented the tally of the goals as the champions cruised to a handsome win.

Hazard’s hat-trick heroics win it for

Chelsea In the game between Chelsea and Cardiff, Cardiff was leading surprisingly before Eden Hazard came to his own. Eden Hazard’s handsome hat-trick took the Blues’ to a win.

Bournemouth was guided to a win by two first-half goals scored by Ryan Fraser as Bournemouth thrashed Leicester. Joshua King added the third goal before the break from the penalty slot.

Having won 5 out of 5 matches played in this year’s Premier League, Chelsea sits at the top handsomely followed by Liverpool which too has a 100 per cent success rate so far in the league. So both Chelsea and Liverpool are on top. Can Manchester city make its way to the top or will Chelsea remain invincible?

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