English Premier League wrap 23 September 2017

English Premier League wrap 23 September 2017

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Scroll down for highlights from all of the Premier League matches so far this weekend.

Manchester City added to Crystal Palace's woes, as Pep Guardiola's charges romped to a 5-0 win at the Etihad.

When Antonio Conte signed Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid in the close season, some critics suggested the Spain striker would not be an adequate replacement for Diego Costa given the unique physical demands of the Premier League.

Simon Mignolet's penalty save preserved Liverpool's 3-2 win at Leicester City.

Harry Kane stole the show in Tottenham's 3-2 win over West Ham live on Sky Sports, but there was also a landmark goal for Javier Hernandez.

On the other side, Manchester United will be missing Paul Pogba and Marcos Rojo, but otherwise have a clean bill of health as they look to at the least keep stride with their cross-town rivals atop the league table.

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Pedro scored Chelsea's other goal as Antonio Conte's side maintained its flawless away record in the league, keeping it within three points of United and City at the top of the table.

Manchester City and Manchester United maintained their grip on the English Premier League's (EPL) top two spots with wins over Crystal Palace and Southampton respectively.

Lukaku scored the only goal but United's win in Southampton was overshadowed by the continued use of a racist chant in support of Lukaku by United fans.

Stoke have only won one of their last 10 Premier League home games against the "big six" clubs (D3 L6), however, they did record a win against Arsenal in their first home game of the season.

United have made their best start to a season since 2011-12, and Lukaku is only the second player (after Louis Saha) to have scored six goals in his first six games for the club in the Premier League era.

Bournemouth found themselves 1-0 up against Everton after Josh King's goal, but they left Goodison Park with nothing as Oumar Niasse scored twice late on to turn the game on its head.

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