Premier League results – 29th and 30th of August, 2015

Saturday, 29/08/15:

Newcastle United 0 vs 1 Arsenal
Sent off:                             Coloccini (OG) 52′
Mitrovic 16′

Arsenal made it 2 wins out of 2 in away games this season, with a slightly fortunate win over 10 man Newcastle.

Aston Villa             2 vs 2        Sunderland
Sinclair (Pen) 11′, 41′               M’Vila 8′
                                                   Lens 52′

Scott Sinclair bagged a brace as Villa drew with Sunderland.

Bournemouth 1 vs 1 Leicester City
Wilson 24′                    Vardy (Pen) 86′

Bournemouth can rely on Wilson for the goals, that's 4 in 2 games for him now!

Chelsea     1 vs 2     Crystal Palace
Falcao 79′                  Sako 65′
                                    Ward 81′

Chelsea's woeful start to the season continued, with a shock home defeat to Palace.

Liverpool 0 vs 3 West Ham United
                               Lanzini 3′
                               Noble 29′
                               Sakho 9+2

Sent off:               Sent off:
Coutinho 52′          Noble 78′

West Ham put a lacklustre Liverpool to the sword, with an impressive 3-0 win at Anfield.

Manchester City 2 vs 0 Watford
Sterling 47′
Fernandinho 56′

Raheem Sterling scored his first goal for City, can anybody stop them?

Stoke City 0 vs 1 West Bromwich Albion
                                Rondon 45+3
Sent off:
Afellay 25′
Adam 31′

Stoke players lost the plot in the first half, as both Ibrahim Afellay and Charlie Adam were sent off.

Tottenham Hotspur 0 vs 0 Everton

Harry Kane and John Stones compete for the ball in a poor game between two teams that should have produced better.

Sunday, 30/08/15:

Southampton 3 vs 0 Norwich City
Pellè 45+1
Tadic 64′, 67′

Dusan Tadic celebrates putting Southampton 3-0 up.

Swansea City 2 vs 1 Manchester United
Ayew 61′                      Mata 48′
Gomis 66′

Time for a new celebration Bafe? Thats 4 goals in 4 games for the Swansea hitman now.

So, we’re now 4 games into The Premier League season, and at the end of a weekend of games filled with many red cards, here’s how the table looks now:

Crystal Palace, Leicester and Swansea City for the Champions League? Well its early days yet! But they've all made great starts to the season.

Manchester City, Leicester City and Swansea City, remain unbeaten, good time to have the word “City” in your team’s title then? (Unless you’re Norwich or Stoke that is!).

All pictures above belong to Sky Sports News’ Twitter account and table belongs to BBCsport/football.

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