Premier League, England (GenevaLunch) - Chelsea are now the only team in the Premier League with a 100% record. They beat their London rivals Tottenham 3-0 in a game where the only real controversy was when the referee refused to award Spurs a penalty that might have brought them back to 1-1. The Manchester Derby was a much more exciting affair as Man City travelled to Old Trafford to see how the newly assembled team would fare against the current champions.
The Reds soon rewarded the home fans as Wayne Rooney scored his sixth goal of the season in the second minute. City struck back with a simple goal by Gareth Barry after he had been set up by some trademark work by Carlos Tevez, who was transferred from United to City at the end of last season. United scored two more goals, both from the head of Darren Fletcher but each time City hit back, with Craig Bellamy taking advantage of some sloppy defending.
Well into injury time Michael Owen, who came to United on a free transfer from Newcastle, scored his first home goal for United and the fans went home with some great memories, and three points from the 4-3 win. City left with nothing.
Liverpool went ahead three times before they finally won their game at West Ham 2-3 with two goals from Fernando Torres. Arsenal strolled past Wigan 4-0. At the bottom end Portsmouth have lost all six games this season.