In the Hatters’ first-ever home game in the competition, having last appeared in the top-flight the season before the Premier League’s rebranding, Jarrod Bowen and Kurt Zouma netted in a 2-1 Friday night win.
On Saturday, an early relegation clash got the ball rolling as Sheffield United and Everton drew 2-2 before Chelsea lost at home to Nottingham Forest and Tottenham thrashed Burnley thanks to Heung-min Son’s hat-trick.
Manchester City stayed perfect and went back to the top after Erling Haaland’s hat-trick helped blow away Fulham. Brilliant Brighton then beat Newcastle 3-1 in a key fixture on Saturday evening.
On Sunday, Liverpool crusied past Aston Villa before the headline act at the Emirates Stadium as Arsenal scored twice in injury time to down Manchester United.
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