November 28, 2022

The first weekend of the 2022/23 Premier League season served up 28 goals and ended with Tottenham Hotspur top of the table.
Tottenham shot to no.1 spot on goal difference after thrashing Southampton 4-1 on Saturday.
Including Spurs, four of the traditional Big Six kicked off by claiming maximum points, but Liverpool and Manchester United suffered early slips.
Tottenham beat Southampton 4-1 in their first game of the Premier League season
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City had started the season as odds-on favorites to win the title and bookmakers have already cut their odds further after Erling Haaland inspired a 2-0 win at West Ham.
Haaland was one of three players to score twice on the opening weekend.
Aleksandar Mitrovic was the first when his brace helped Fulham hold Liverpool to a 2-2 draw at Craven Cottage on Saturday. 
Pascal Gross then netted twice in Brighton's 2-1 win at Old Trafford.
United's defeat was witnessed by the biggest crowd of the weekend and Erik ten Hag's team were booed off by fans at both half-time and full-time.
20': Gabriel Martinelli (0-1)
85': Marc Guehi own goal (0-2)
The first Premier League result of the season was: Crystal Palace 0-2 Arsenal
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32': Aleksandar Mitrovic (1-0)
64': Darwin Nunez (1-1)
72': Aleksandar Mitrovic penalty (2-1)
80': Mo Salah (2-2)
2': Jefferson Lerma (1-0)
80': Kieffer Moore (2-0)
6': Daniel Podence (0-1)
24': Rodrigo (1-1)
74': Rayan Ait Nouri own goal (2-1)
Managers Jesse Marsch (left) and Bruno Lage argued at the end of Leeds United's 2-1 win over Wolves
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58': Fabian Schar (1-0)
78': Callum Wilson (2-0)
12': James Ward-Prowse (0-1)
21': Ryan Sessegnon (1-1)
31': Eric Dier (2-1)
61': Mohammed Salisu own goal (3-1)
63': Dejan Kulusevski (4-1)
45': Jorginho penalty (0-1)
Kalidou Koulibaly made his Chelsea debut in a 1-0 win at Everton
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30': Pascal Gross (0-1)
39': Pascal Gross (0-2)
68': Alexis Mac Allister (1-2)
36': Erling Haaland penalty (0-1)
65': Erling Haaland (0-2)
Erling Haaland scored twice on his Premier League debut as Manchester City beat West Ham
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