ANOTHER exciting Premier League weekend is in the books – and already the season is starting to take shape.
Chelsea's youth sprung to the fore as they edged past Norwich, while Manchester United slumped to a shock home defeat to Crystal Palace.
Premier League-chasing Liverpool and Manchester City both recorded wins, while Tottenham were stunned at home to relegation-candidates Newcastle.
But what did YOU make of the big talking points? We want your view on the action…
FOR a club hoping to get back to the pinnacle of English football, Man Utd should not be losing at home to Crystal Palace.
Another game, another penalty miss, too – with Marcus Rashford joining Paul Pogba in failing to score from 12 yards this season.
Daniel James scored in the 89th minute to level things up, but Patrick van Aanholt scored an added-time winner as United were shocked.
Already five points adrift of league leaders Liverpool, where do you think United will finish the 2019-20 seasons?
IT was all about the young guns for Chelsea boss Frank Lampard in his side's away win over Norwich.
After storming to a 2-0 lead, the Canaries levelled it at 2-2 before they eventually ground out the win.
Tammy Abraham scored twice, while Mason Mount added another.
The questions remains though: Can Mount become the Blues' new Lampard in the middle of the park, or will this goal be a rarity?
NO WINNERS, ALL LUIZ-ERS
AT 1-0 down to Liverpool at half-time, Arsenal would have felt there was still life in the game.
Moments after the restart, David Luiz brainlessly yanked Mohamed Salah's shirt to give away a penalty – and be booked in the process – which was converted by the Egyptian.
Salah then left Luiz in his dust after the Brazilian over-committed to score his second, the Reds' third.
Luiz was signed for £8million to keep fellow flop Shkodran Mustafi out of the team. But is he even any better?
BACK ON TOTT?
STARTING their season with a 3-1 win over Aston Villa and a 2-2 draw with champions Man City wasn't half bad for Spurs.
Coming up against Newcastle ahead of their North London Derby date against Arsenal next weekend should have been nothing less than three points.
But Tottenham were stunned by the Toon, who headed back to the North East with a 1-0 win, casting doubts over Spurs' ability to challenge in the Prem this term.
But will they improve on last season or could things get worse for them?
NO AVERAGE JOE-LINTON
NEWCASTLE splashed the big bucks to bring club-record signing Joelinton to St James' Park.
And he's already bagged them three valuable points at Tottenham with his match-winning strike.
But is he a prolific scorer or will his lack of goals doom his new side to relegation?
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