Premier League history was set on Monday night as a total of five goals were scored, bringing a total of 43 for goals scored in Matchday two.
This is the highest-scoring round of matches in the 20-team Premier League era.
Manchester City saw off Wolves 3-1 at the Molineux Stadium, while Aston Villa picked a narrow 1-0 win over Sheffield United.
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Prior to the two matches, ties from the eight fixtures played on Saturday and Sunday had yielded 39 goals, the joint sixth-highest scoring matchday in Premier League history.
Here are the weekend results;
- Everton 5-2 West Brom
- Leeds 4-3 Fulham
- Man Utd 1-3 Crystal Palace
- Arsenal 2-1 West Ham
- Southampton 2-5 Tottenham
- Newcastle 0-3 Brighton
- Chelsea 0-2 Liverpool
- Leicester 4-2 Burnley
- Aston Villa 1-0 Sheff Utd
- Wolves 1-3 Man City10 games. 44 goals. No draws.