It’s been a breathless start to the new Premier League season. For the third week in a row, the big teams played some disappointing stuff, but that does not mean Saturday’s games will be boring for the fans. The smaller clubs are playing some great soccer right now, so everyone can win a game!

Manchester United’s winning start to the new Premier League season came to an end following their 0-0 draw against Newcastle United at home. Manchester United’s captain Wayne Rooney had a goal controversially disallowed for offside as Newcastle survived with one point at Old Trafford.

The result means that United remain unbeaten and have yet to concede a single goal in the Premier League this season.Meanwhile, Newcastle can be very happy with a point earned at the biggest stadium in the Premier League, giving them much needed confidence to build from here as a new squad seeks to adjust.

Crystal Palace managed to take all three points as they beat Aston Villa 2-1 thanks to a late goal from Bakary Sako. The Mali international hit a winner just a three minutes from time on his Crystal Palace debut. Scott Dann had headed his side in front in 71th minute, but Pape Souare turned in debutant Adama Traore’s cross six minutes later.

Leicester City managed to stay at the top of the table after their 1-1 draw against Tottenham as Claudio Ranieri’s miracle work at King Power Stadium appears to be no fluke. Riyad Mahrez continues to play a key role for the Foxes and the Algeria international bagged an equalizer barely minutes after Tottenham scored first. The 24-year-old netted his fourth goal of the season.

Stoke escaped with a 1-1 draw from Norwich thanks to a brilliant saves from Jack Butland. Visiting goalkeeper produced several excellent saves in the game at the Carrow Road. Mame Biram Diouf gave Stoke a first-half lead from Shaqiri cross, but Norwich had found an answer when Russel Martin netted his first goal of the season.

In the final game of the day, Sunderland picked up their first points of the new Premier League season as they draw 1-1 at home to Swansea. The visitors were the more dominant side and created more and better chances, but Jermain Defoe’s goal cancelled out Bafetimbi Gomis’ strike.

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