Everton enjoyed a suprising 3-0 victory over Southampton in week two of the 2015-16 English Premier League season. A first-half brace from Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley’s second goal of the season wrapped up a great win for Everton when they met Southampton at Saint Mary’s Stadium. It was the host side that began the brighter of the two, as their striker Graziano Pelle and Sadio Mane came close to opening goal. However, it was Romelu Lukaku who found the way to beat Southampton’s goalkeeper with the perfect header. The Belgian added his second goal after exchanging passes with Ross Barkley. The midfielder capped the win with six minutes of normal time left, curling in a lovely strike from nearly 18 yards out.

Arsenal got their first win of the season as they beat Crystal Palace 2-1 at the Selhurst Park. Olivier Giroud scored first goal in the 16th minute of the game with an acrobatic finish after great cross from Mesut Ozil. Crystal Palace equalized via 20-yard shot from Ward. In the second half Crystal Palace paid for their style of playing when Alexis Sanchez met a stood-up Hector Bellerin cross with a firm header that Delaney could not keep out. The Gunners finally found their style and proved everyone that they are big title contenders this season.

In the last game of the day, Manchester City won 3-0 against their biggest rival in title race, Chelsea London. The Citizens earned first blood in the new Premier League season after beating José Mourinho side in a heavyweight Super Sunday clash.

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With just two games on the board, Manchester City are already five points clear of the current Premier League champions. The score was opened by Sergio Aguero, who finally converted one of five presentable chances in a one-sided opening to the match. Chelsea boss - José Mourinho decided to substitute John Terry after the first half, but City kept the pressure on and Vincent Kompany doubled the lead with the header on 79 minutes. The third goal was scored by Fernandinho, who could have been sent off for an elbow on Diego Costa in the first half.