Social media lip readers are trying to ascertain what Phil Jones said to earn a ticking off from Ed Woodward, the Manchester United vice-chairman, during the club's defeat on Sunday. The consensus seems to be that he predicted that manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would be "sacked in the morning".
Manchester City thrashed Watford 8-0, thanks to a Bernardo Silva hattrick and a Kevin de Bruyne masterclass. On the other hand, Sheffield United shocked Everton at Goodison Park, and Burnley defeated Norwich City.
After Liverpool's euphoric start to the season was halted at Napoli, Andy Robertson, the defender who gave away a penalty in the match, deactivated his Twitter account. His defensive partner Trent Alexander-Arnold says the team are sure he is dealing with it in the right way.
David De Gea had entered the final year of his contract and would have been able to open talks with clubs outside England over a possible move in January. The Spain international has made 367 appearances for United since joining the club in 2011.
Teemu Pukki, who joined Norwich for free this season, has already racked up 6 goals and 2 assists this season. He has been dubbed the 'tsunami of the Premier League' because of how he has taken the competition by storm.
While a Marcus Rashford penalty guided Manchester United to a win over Leicester City, Tottenham Hotspur ran a 4-0 riot against Crystal Palace and Chelsea won away at Wolverhampton Wanderers in a thrilling 5-2 encounter.
Liverpool made it five wins out of five league matches and maintained their position at the top of the table, thanks to a comeback win which was powered by a Sadio Mane brace and a solitary Mohamed Salah goal.
Arsenal thought it had a winner minutes after the equalizer when defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos bundled the ball over the line, sparking wild celebrations among the home crowd. But an offside decision against Sead Kolasanic was upheld by VAR and the score stood at 2-2.