Manchester United received a taste of Stoke’s surprise away from home in a two all draw inspite of zealous efforts from Romelu Lukaku and Paul Pogba.

Stoke City that stunned last month Arsenal wasn’t any different as players like Shaqiri tested David De Gea a couple of times if not for the brilliance of the Spanish goal keeper’s saving ability!

Romelu Lukaku scores against Stoke and Celebrates with team mates

Choupo-Moting’s 43rd minute goal gave the home side lead, as United conceded their season’s first goal before Paul Pogba netted an equalizer which was considered Rashford’s due to deflection without wasting time.

Lukaku gave Manchester United the lead after his first shot was saved and in a rebound without making mistake the Belgian successful shot past Stoke’s keeper.

Stoke City didn’t give up at 63rd when De Gea pulled off a sensational save to deny Jese, Choupo-Moting’s equalized from a corner kick by a header.

Meanwhile earlier on at the Etihad Stadium, Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City destroyed Liverpool by five goals to nil.

Liverpool which had beaten Arsenal four-nil looked pathetic in the hands of City, a game in which premier League Player of the month Sadio Mane was red carded for a dangerous dreading tackle against the opponent’s keeper.

Gabriel Jesus scores against Liverpool

Substitute Sane and Brazilian forward Gabriel Jesus scored twice to their names as Argentine striker Sergio Aguero was the first to appear on the score sheet.

Sane scored two goals against Liverpool

Arsenal experienced a crisis-less week after beating visitors Bournemouth three-zero at the Emirates stadium.

Arsene Wenger’s attacking duo comprising of Danny Welbeck and record signing Alexander Lacazette scored to give pressured Arsenal the needed victory.

Welbeck opened the scores for the Gunners with a rare but powerful head before Lacazette doubled their lead with 20 yards curly shot past Begovic.

Alexander Lacazette celebrates goal against Bournemouth

The former Manchester United striker netted his double with a left foot in the second half to give Arsenal an unproblematic three nil victory.

League defending Champions beat Leicester City two-one at the King Power Stadium, courtesy of Alvaro Morata’s goal through the header as former Leicester midfielder N’golo Kante doubled the Blues’ lead with a long range ground shot from 22 yards.

Francesc Fabregas was part of the team that beat Leicester

The fox’s all-time top scorer Jammy Vardy scored a consolation from a spot kick nevertheless Antonio Conte’s boys collected three points.

Tottenham Hotspurs simply beat Everton three-one with the goals coming from Harry Kane and Eriksen.

Spurs got their first goal through Kane’s excellent goal that came from the right wing taking Everton’s goal keeper Pickford by surprise, followed by Eriksen’s before the English striker notched a brace 46th minute.

Harry Kane and Eriksen celebrate their goal

In other matches in the English Premier League, Southampton lost by two goals to nil to Watford, and Brighton got their first EPL win against West Brom after beating their visitors three-one.

Manchester United still leads the table with ten points, followed by Man city with similar points but less goal difference, Chelsea is third with nine points, Watford fourth with eight points, Tottenham five with seven points, Liverpool seven with seven points, and Arsenal nine with six points.

The premier league actions follow on Sunday 10th sept as Crystal Palace visit Burnley FC at 3:30Pm whereas Swansea city host Newcastle united at 6:00pm.