It’s week 4 of English Soccer Premier League new season and we are back with some more action! Let’s take a look at the result of Saturday’s soccer games from the British stadiums.

In the first game of the day Arsenal London took advantage of Aleksandar Mitrovic’s early red card to beat the hosts 1-0 at St James’s Park. After this victory Arsene Wenger’s side is at the 5th position in the league table. Arsenal won via goal of 22-year old forward Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who netted a great shot in the second half of the game. The Newcastle’s striker Aleksandar Mitrovic was dismissed after just 16 minutes of the game, when he fouled French midfielder - Francis Coquelin.

Newcastle United managed to keep the clean sheet, but their resistance was broken in the second-half of the game. Arsenal dominated possession in the game and never looked in danger of losing their lead. Newcastle have now not scored a single goal in the Premier League since the opening day of the season.

West Ham United stunned Liverpool 3-0 to win their first league game at Anfield Road since 1963. ‘The Hammers’ ended Liverpool’s great start of the new English Premier League season. Slaven Bilic’s side defeated Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium in the first round of the new season and now they managed to beat another big club – Liverpool.

Goals from Manuel Lanzini, Mark Noble and Diafra Sakho secured second victory of the season for West Ham United, which also featured controversial red cards for Noble and Coutinho. The decision to hand Coutinho second yellow card was harsh, but the midfielder should have known that he can’t attack Payet as hard as he did in the 53rd minute of the game. 

The biggest surprise of the day was Chelsea's lost to Crystal Palace.

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The visitors won in Jose Mourinho’s 100th league home game as Bakary Sako and Joel Ward earned a shock 2-1 win. Sako, who scored the winner against Aston Villa last weekend, turned the ball home after 75th minute in Saturday’s Premier League clash against current champions - Chelsea.

Substitute striker Radamel Falcao gave Chelsea an equaliser after Pedro’s great cross, but Crystal Palace managed to score again through Joel Ward, who headed home Bakary Sako’s pass with just ten minutes remaining on the clock.