The last remaining unbeaten record of the Premier League season was ended as leaders Everton crashed to defeat against an impressive Southampton at St Mary’s.
James Ward-Prowse beat Jordan Pickford with a ferocious finish before Che Adams doubled the lead with the help of a deflection, Danny Ings involved in both goals.
Stand-in skipper Gylfi Sigurdsson struck the bar from 20 yards when the game was goalless, but the visitors struggled to seriously test keeper Alex McCarthy and finished the game with 10 men.
Full-back Lucas Digne was shown a straight red card after a nasty challenge on Kyle Walker-Peters, the second successive game in which Everton have had a player sent off after Richarlison’s dismissal in last week’s Merseyside derby.
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In Premier League match on Saturday night, Manchester United once again had to settle. The Reds are still looking for their first home win of the Premier League season as they drew 0-0 with Chelsea at Old Trafford on Saturday.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer relieved some of the pressure on his shoulders with another big win away at Paris Saint-Germain, but drew a blank against Frank Lampard’s Blues at the Theatre of Dreams. On Friday night, Leeds United continued their excellent start to the season as Patrick Bamford’s hat-trick earned a 3-0 win over Aston Villa.
Wolves now host Newcastle and Arsenal welcome Leicester City to north London. Monday sees West Brom at Brighton before Tottenham visit Burnley in the final game.
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|Friday, October 23||Kick-off|
|Aston Villa 0-3 Leeds|
|Saturday, October 24|
|West Ham 1-1 Man City||
|Fulham 1-2 Crystal Palace|
|Man United 0-0 Chelsea|
|Liverpool 2-1 Sheffield United|
|Sunday, October 25|
|Southampton 2-0 Everton|
|Wolves vs Newcastle||10:00 pm|
|Arsenal vs Leicester||12:45 am||(Monday)|
|Monday, October 26|
|Brighton vs West Brom||5.30pm|
|Burnley vs Tottenham||8pm|