Premier League: Manchester City and Arsenal chain and have fun offensively
Winner in control at West Ham to start the Championship (2-0), Manchester City was able to take advantage of the reception of Bournemouth (4-0) to let go of the horses this Saturday. In a one-sided match, Ilkay Gundogan started the party after a good pivot from Erling Haaland (18th). Still impressive, Kevin De Bruyne lit up the afternoon with a delicious outside of the foot from the right side of the surface (31st). The Belgian then delivered the ball from 3-0 to Phil Foden in transition (38th).
Quiet after the break, the Citizens no longer forced and Pep Guardiola was able to open his bench. The double defending champions nevertheless managed to plant a fourth banderilla at the end of the match, thanks to an own goal from Jefferson Lerma (80th).
Gabriel Jesus makes a successful debut for the Emirates
Spectacular match at the Emirates between Arsenal and Leicester (4-2). In control, the Gunners delivered a very good first period, marked by the successful debut of Gabriel Jesus in front of his new audience. The Brazilian first unlocked the meeting with a super wrapped shot when he was stationary in the area (23rd). Then he offered himself a double header at the far post after a corner (35th). It took a vigilant Danny Ward for the private of a hat-trick (38th and 41st).
Harmless, the Foxes have twice thought they were back in the game. First thanks to a boost from the unfortunate William Saliba, whose header in the back deceived Aaron Ramsdale (53rd). Then on a shot from James Maddison who deceived Ramsdale at the near post (74th). But each time, the Gunners were able to immediately take off. Granit Xhaka took advantage of a ball from Ward (55th) and Gabriel Martinelli closed the mark (75th).
Leeds taken over, Brighton and Newcastle neutralize each other
Frustrating Saturday for Leeds. After their victory last weekend, the Peacocks missed out on Southampton (2-2). In control thanks to a double from Rodrigo on the return from the locker room, they gave in at the end of the match against Joe Aribo then Kyle Walker-Peters.
Surprise winner at Old Trafford on the first day, Brighton failed to find the fault against Newcastle (0-0). Wolverhampton and Fulham left on the same score, with in particular a penalty missed by Aleksandar Mitrovic at the end of the match.