Arsenal forward, Alexis Sanchez, scored twice and missed a penalty as the gunners won comfortably at 10-man Hull City.
Going down to 10 men in the first half made it an impossible task for the home side to come back into the game, despite Robert Snodgrass’ late penalty.
Asides Sanchez’s penalty miss, the match would also be remembered for Granit Xhaka’s phenomenal 30-yard strike in second-half stoppage time.
At the King Power Stadium, Algerian international, Islam Slimani marked his Premier League debut with two goals as champions, Leicester City eased past Burnley 3-0.
Slimani opened the scoring in first-half injury time when he rose to powerfully head home Christian Fuchs’ excellent set-piece delivery.
His second arrived straight after the interval – another close-range header following good work from compatriot Riyad Mahrez, whose low cross deflected in off Ben Mee late on to cap a resounding win.
Nigerian striker, Kelechi Iheanacho got on the score sheet as Manchester City made it eight wins out of eight in all competitions this season with a 4-0 demolition of AFC Bournemouth at Etihad Stadium.
Coach Pep Guardiola was however cautious in his reaction to having won five games in five Premier League matches. “In our world it’s better not to read. I know we’re going to lose games,” he said.
West Ham’s poor start to the season continued as they suffered a fourth league defeat, going down 4-2 at West Brom.
Liverpool had defeated Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Friday in the first game of match day 5.