Premier League round-up of the latest football action
The stars of the Premier League delivered another great weekend of footballs with goals, comebacks and red cards. Find out what happened here.
In Saturday's early game, Everton manager Roberto Martinez (right) took his side to Anfield to face Brendan Rodgers's (left) Liverpool in the Merseyside derby. But who would win?
This weekends action saw West Brom manager Alan Irvine secure his first home league win as two goals by Saido Berahino helped send Burnley to the bottom of the table
But Phil Jagielka's spectacular injury-time equaliser earned Everton an unlikely Premier League point in the 223rd Merseyside derby. The match ended 1-1.
Diego Costa's outstanding start to his career at Chelsea continued as he grabbed his eighth goal to help the leaders to victory against Aston Villa.
Oscar was first on the scoresheet when he tapped in after Willian's shot was saved by Brad Guzan.
The Spain striker then created another as he set up Willian to score from close range. The victory gave Jose Mourinho's side their fifth win of the season.
Aston Villa have had a great start to the season but they were always going to find it tough against title contenders Chelsea. The Blues ended up winning 3-0 at Stamford Bridge.
After a poor first half, Palace took the lead six minutes into the second courtesy of a poacher's finish from Frazier Campbell following a corner. It was 2-0 soon after as Mile Jedinak (top right) headed in a Jason Puncheon free-kick.
Two goals in the space of three second-half minutes gave Crystal Palace their first home win of the season with a victory over Leicester.
Two goals from Edin Dzeko ensured champions Manchester City overcame a resilient Hull City to win 4-2.
But City's Eliaquim Mangala headed into his own net, then conceded a penalty, from which Abel Hernandez (pictured) made it 2-2.
Manchester City had taken a two-goal lead after Sergio Aguero's volley (pictured) and a Dzeko strike from long range.
However, Dzeko struck again from close range (pictured), then substitute Frank Lampard hit his fourth goal in a week to secure the win for City.
Liverpool's captain fantastic, Steven Gerrard, gave the Reds the lead when he curled a superb free-kick over the wall and beyond Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard.
United's second came when Radamel Falcao slid a pass through to Robin Van Persie (pictured), who angled in a right-foot shot. But West Ham's Diafra Sakho got a goal back before half time.
Not long into the second half, Rooney was sent off for a reckless tackle on Hammers midfielder Stewart Downing. It meant Man United needed to play with 10 men for the final 30 minutes of the game.
The Hammers created chances but luckily for Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal (pictured), his side clung on to beat West Ham 2-1 for their second league win of the season.
Second-placed Southampton, playing at home at St. Mary's Stadium, made it six wins in a row in all competitions to beat struggling QPR 2-1.
Ryan Bertrand gave Southampton the lead, drilling low beneath Robert Green, before Charlie Austin (pictured) levelled with a superb volley.
But Graziano Pelle's (right) stunning scissor-kick clinched the win to continue Southampton's best start to a Premier League season.
Sunderland are still looking for their first Premier League win of the season after their match against Swansea ended 0-0. The Swans gained a first point in three matches despite Angel Rangel's late red card.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (right) ensured honours were even as Arsenal and Tottenham fought out an entertaining north London derby at Emirates ending 1-1.
Nacer Chadli's (far right) fourth goal in five Premier League appearances this season gave Spurs the lead early in the second half, but Oxlade-Chamberlain hit back with 15 minutes to go.
It's West Brom's biggest league win since 2012 and the crowd certainly enjoyed it.
Craig Dawson netted his first Baggies goal after meeting Chris Brunt's corner before Berahino's header made it 2-0.
Manchester United were out looking to restore some pride against West Ham after being humiliated by Leicester City 5-3 last week. Wayne Rooney swept in a Rafael cross to give the Red Devils an early lead.