Premier League round-up of the latest football action
After a short international break, the stars of the Premier League returned with a bang this weekend. Find out what happened here.
Record signing Angel Di Maria opened the scoring, with the other goals scored by Ander Herrera, Wayne Rooney, and Juan Mata.
On Monday night, West Ham produced a spirited fightback to twice come from behind and deny Hull City victory at the KC Stadium. The game ended 2-2.
The game also saw Colombian striker Radamel Falcao make his debut as a substitute. Van Gaal says the result can act as the beginning of a new era at the club.
Chelsea beat Swansea 4-2 on Saturday to extend their 100 per cent winning start to the season.
Diego Costa struck a hat-trick - taking his tally to seven goals from four Premier League games.
The pressure on Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew is growing after the defeat left his side bottom of the Premier League table.
Southampton thrashed Newcastle 4-0 on Saturday. Two goals from Graziano Pelle (pictured) and one each for Jack Cork and Morgan Schneiderlin completed a convincing win for the Saints.
Arsenal were denied victory by Martin Demichelis's late equaliser as they fought out an entertaining 2-2 draw against Manchester City at Emirates Stadium.
But goals from Jack Wilshere and Alexis Sanchez (pictured) put the Gunners back in the driving seat. City defender Demichelis's late goal knicked a point for the reigning champions.
England striker Danny Welbeck (pictured) made his Arsenal debut and should have celebrated with a goal only to strike a post early on. Sergio Aguero made Arsenal pay for that miss by putting City ahead before half-time.
Manchester United beat Queens Park Rangers 4-0 at Old Trafford to record their first Premier League victory under manager Louis van Gaal.
Gabriel Agbonlahor's (left) early goal gave Aston Villa a great 1-0 victory against Liverpool at Anfield.
The win moves Villa up to second place in the Premier League table. Liverpool, captained by an upset-looking Steven Gerrard (pictured), are in 8th place.
Tottenham and Sunderland both secured a point in a feisty Premier League match at the Stadium of Light. The visitors took the lead when Nacer Chadli (far right) fired home a rebound after two minutes.
In an electrifying opening Black Cats' winger Adam Johnson equalised moments later with a fine solo effort.
But after Christian Eriksen had prodded Spurs ahead, an own goal from Harry Kane (far right) denied Tottenham a deserved three points.
Leonardo Ulloa (centre) scored his third goal of the season to help Leicester beat Stoke 1-0 at Britannia Stadium. It was Nigel Pearson's first win as Leicester manager since returning to the Premier League.
Crystal Palace and Burnley still await their first Premier League win of the season after Julian Speroni's late penalty save denied the Clarets. The game ended 0-0.
Mo Diame, also making his debut, then restored Hull's lead against his old club, only for Curtis Davies (pictured, left) to divert Diafra Sakho's shot into his own net.
Club record £10m buy Abel Hernandez gave Hull the lead with a header before Enner Valencia (pictured) equalised with a spectacular 25-yard strike.
Striker Romelu Lukaku (left) scored as Everton secured their first league win of the season at the fourth attempt. Kevin Mirallas doubled the score later to see the Toffees win 2-0 against West Brom.