Antonio Conte recorded his third straight Premier League win as Chelsea cruised past Burnley 3-0 at Stamford Bridge, thanks to Victor Moses’ 89th minute goal which put the game beyond the visitors and earned his side a commanding win.
Eden Hazard set the Blues on their way to victory with a sensational solo effort on nine minutes, drifting onto his right from the left and picking out the bottom corner of the Burnley goal.
Willian added a fine second on 42 minutes as Chelsea took complete control of the one-sided encounter, before substitute Victor Moses rounded off a comfortable afternoon with the third a minute from time.
The result ensures Conte maintains his flawless Premier League record as Chelsea boss, with three victories from his first three games, and sees the Blues enter the international break top of the league, albeit temporarily.
Marcus Rashford scored a dramatic stoppage-time winner to secure a 1-0 victory for Manchester United against Hull City.
It looked set to be a frustrating evening at the KCOM Stadium for Jose Mourinho’s side before substitute Rashford tapped home in the 92nd-minute after fine work by Wayne Rooney.
Arsenal claimed their first Premier League win of the season with a 3-1 victory against Watford at Vicarage Road.
Arsene Wenger’s side, who had lost at home to Liverpool before drawing with Leicester, took the lead in the ninth minute with Santi Cazorla converting from the penalty spot after Alexis Sanchez was bundled to the ground by Nordin Amrabat.
Sanchez doubled the advantage in the 40th minute, converting Theo Walcott’s enticing cross before Mesut Ozil added a third in stoppage time at the end of a comfortable first half.
Jamie Vardy and captain Wes Morgan fired Premier League champions Leicester City to a 2-1 win against Swansea in what was their first victory of the new campaign.