PREMIER LEAGUE REVIEW
CHRISTIAN Benteke struck twice as Aston Villa stunned Arsenal.
Olivier Giroud gave the Gunners the perfect start but Benteke levelled after Wojciech Szczesny had saved his initial penalty.
Benteke then scored from the spot after Laurent Koscielny, who later saw red, brought him down.
And new signing Luna then sealed the win with a low strike. RECORD-SIGNING Ricky van Wolfswinkel marked his debut with a fine header to grab Norwich a share of the points in a lively draw with Everton.
The home side took the lead when Steven Whittaker scored from a tight angle after his shot rebounded off the post. Ross Barkley equalised before Seamus Coleman put PAOLO DI Canio’s summer revolution failed to pay dividends on the opening day of the season as Fulham took all three points from the Stadium of Light.
The Black Cats fielded five debutants but slack defending allowed Pajtim Kasami to score his first Fulham goal.
Ji Dong-Won should have rescued a point but he headed wide late on from Adam Johnson’s cross. ROBIN van Persie scored twice as David Moyes enjoyed a great start to life as Manchester United boss.
Danny Welbeck also bagged two for the champions, who comfortably saw off the challenge of Swansea.
Summer-signing Wilfried Bony scored late on for Swansea but it proved too little RICKIE Lambert capped a memorable week by scoring a last-gasp winner to defeat West Brom.
Lambert scored with his first touch for England in midweek and then converted a last-minute penalty for Southampton at the Hawthorns.
In a scrappy encounter Graham Dorrons fired a 25yard shot over and Jay Rodriguez came close for the Saints. DEBUTANT Simon Mingolet was the hero as he saved a late penalty to deny Mark Hughes a point in his first match in charge of Stoke.
Liverpool missed a host of chances before Daniel Sturridge put them ahead eight minutes before halftime.
Stoke could have snatched a point when Daniel Agger handled a free-kick but Jonathan Walters failed to beat Mingolet. the Toffees back in front.
However, van Wolfswinkel had the final word when he headed in a sliced cross to grab a draw. to late for the Swans.
Wayne Rooney featured from the bench for United to suggest he still has a future with the club. WEST Ham midfielder Joe Cole rolled back the years to inspire the Hammers to victory over Cardiff City.
Cole put the Hammers ahead and then captain Kevin Nolan doubled the advantage.
Cardiff failed to really threaten the West Ham goal and in the end Matt Jarvis, Mohamed Diame and Modibo Maiga all missed chances for the home side who dominated.