Latest standings, matches and results with West Ham in the lead
Game week 2 of the Premier League season is over, with 10 more games completed for a dramatic first round.
The action started at midday on Saturday as Liverpool took two out of two wins to dismiss Burnley at Anfield.
As the schedule reverts to something near normal, there have been four kick-offs at 3 p.m. BST.
As Crystal Palace and Brentford contested a goalless draw, Jack Grealish scored on his home debut for Manchester City as the champions started their season with an outright 5-0 win over Norwich at the Etihad Stadium.
Raphinha exploded into an equalizer in the second half as a struggling Leeds side came back twice to secure a 2-2 draw with Everton. while a brilliant volley from Danny Ings and a penalty from Anwar El Ghazi gave Aston Villa an easy 2-0 victory over poor Newcastle United.
Brighton maintained their 100% record by beating Watford to end the day.
Manchester United drew 1-1 at Southampton on Sunday as Tottenham hosted Harry Kane as they won 1-0 against Wolves.
The day ended in the Emirates as Chelsea made Arsenal’s job easier with Romelu Lukaku scoring on his second debut.
West Ham and Leicester City wrapped up the action of game week 2 on Monday night in east London – with the Hammers recording a landslide 4-1 win to take the lead.
Premier League table, 2021/22
Premier League 2021/22 matches matchweek 2
Saturday August 21
1230 | Liverpool 2-0 Burnley
1500 | Aston Villa 2-0 Newcastle
1500 | Crystal Palace 0-0 Brentford
1500 | Leeds 2-2 Everton
1500 | Man City 5-0 Norwich
1730 | Brighton 2-0 Watford
Sunday 22 August
1400 | Southampton 1-1 Manchester United
1400 | Wolves 0-1 Tottenham
1630 | Arsenal 0-2 Chelsea
Monday 23 August
2000 | West Ham 4-1 Leicester
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