JESSE Lingard scored twice as 10-man Manchester United beat Arsenal 3-1 in a pulsating Premier League clash at the Emirates Stadium.
Antonio Valencia scored the other goal for United, who had Paul Pogba sent off for stamping. Alexandre Lacazette replied.
Sam Allardyce began his Everton reign with a 2-0 victory over Huddersfield at Goodison Park.
Gylfi Sigurdsson broke the deadlock at the start of the second half with a neat finish into the bottom corner before Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s deflected goal made sure of the points with 17 minutes remaining.
Alan Pardew picked up a point in his first game in charge of West Brom as they drew 0-0 against his former club Crystal Palace.
Liverpool extended their unbeaten run to eight games in all competitions with a 5-1 victory at Brighton.
Emre Can powered a header home on the half-hour mark and two minutes later Roberto Firmino finished a fine team move to put the Reds 2-0 up.
Firmino added his second three minutes after half-time but Glenn Murray slotted home a penalty for Brighton almost immediately after Jordan Henderson pushed Shane Duffy.
The Reds added gloss to the scoreline in the closing stages courtesy of a fine Philippe Coutinho strike and a Lewis Dunk own goal.
Eden Hazard struck twice as Chelsea came from behind to beat Newcastle 3-1 on Rafael Benitez’s return to Stamford Bridge in the early kick-off.
Tottenham’s winless run in the league was extended to four games after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Watford.
Christian Kabasele opened the scoring for the Hornets after 13 minutes before Son Heung-min converted Christian Eriksen’s cross from close range to equalise.
Burnley were beaten 1-0 at Leicester with Demarai Gray scoring the only goal of the game in the sixth minute.