Daniel Sturridge's face, Jamie Vardy's debut goal this season and all the other important Premier League stuff


On a day when Arsenal and Chelsea had a goal-scoring spree while Leicester had a comfortable victory against Swansea, it was quite an action-packed day - rounded off with Daniel Sturridge's "I-look-totally-disgusted" face.

Here are all the best bits from the day's action.


Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool
Chelsea 3-0 Burnley FC
Everton 1-0 Stoke City
Southampton 1-1 Sunderland
Watford 1-3 Arsenal
Crystal Palace 1-1 Bournemouth
Leicester City 2-1 Swansea City

Debut goal of the day

Leicester fans are buzzing after Jamie Vardy's first goal of the season set the team on their way to the first victory of their Premier League title defence as Swansea were beaten 2-1 at the King Power Stadium.

Vardy, the champions' leading scorer last season with 24 goals, got off the mark for the new campaign in typical fashion by emphatically finishing a lovely Leicester move.

Leicester fans are thrilled to find out their main man's still got it:

Facial expression of the day

As Liverpool faced Tottenham in a game that drew 1-1 at White Hart Lane, Daniel Sturridge was kept on the bench for most of the game.

And then when manager Jurgen Klopp decided to up the ante by sending Divock Origi as the early replacement for Philippe Coutinho, the 26-year-old looked less than impressed.

Say hello to #SturridgeFace:

The facepalm moment of the day

Ronald Koeman registered his first home Premier League win as Everton manager but required the assistance of a Shay Given own goal from a Leighton Baines penalty to achieve it.

Given also became the oldest Premier League football player in history to score an own goal. We bet it's something he'd rather want to forget...

Manager of the moment

The stats say it all.

Player of the day

Eden Hazard inspired Chelsea to a thumping 3-0 win over Burnley to maintain their perfect start to the season.

The Belgian playmaker grabbed his second goal in three matches as Chelsea pummelled the Clarets at Stamford Bridge.

Hazard got the ball rolling when he collected Nemanja Matic's pass inside his own half and galloped unchallenged down the left towards the Burnley penalty area before curling his shot past keeper Tom Heaton and inside the far post from 20 yards.

After his troubles last season, it seems the Chelsea midfielder is at the top of his game:

Tweet of the day

Heart-warming moment of the day

Antonio Conte.
(Frank Augstein/AP)

Chelea's 3-0 win over Burnley was a moment to remember for everyone involved.

Disappointment of the day

Spurs' Harry Kane has now gone 96 days without scoring and that run looks set to continue.

He was anonymous throughout, failing to get a sniff at goal. Also, it seems August is a bad month for the striker. He has played 10 Premier League games in the month and has yet to score. Yikes.