Chelsea defeated Tottenham 2-1. This was a must win for the defending champions.
The Blues are now in 12th place with three points.
Spurs are now in 9th place with three points.
Huddersfield shutout Newcastle 1-0. The Terriers are in second place for now with six points.
Man Shitty could jump into second place with a huge win over Everton later today.
Man U is the top dog with six points.
West Brom is third with six points and Watford is fourth with four points.
Liverpool is fifth with four points.
EPL Match Summary Chelsea win over Tottenham. “Marcos Alonso scored twice as Chelsea claimed a 2-1 win to leave Tottenham Hotspur rueing missed chances in their first Premier League match at Wembley Stadium.
After Alvaro Morata headed wide from close range on his full PL debut for Chelsea, Alonso curled in an exquisite free-kick to put the Blues 1-0 up on 24 minutes.
Spurs pushed for an equaliser from then on, with Harry Kane hitting the post and narrowly failing to connect with Christian Eriksen’s free-kick before heading wide after the break.
Not long after Willian hit the post for the Blues, Spurs did level as Batshuayi headed into his own net from Eriksen’s free-kick in the 82nd minute.
But Alonso struck again six minutes later, beating Hugo Lloris from a tight angle, as the champions earned the first win of their title defence, matching Spurs with three points from two fixtures.”
EPL Match summary Huddersfield win over Toons.” Aaron Mooy’s moment of magic gave Huddersfield Town a 1-0 victory over Newcastle United in their first Premier League home match.
Mooy’s curling effort from the edge of the penalty area lifts the Terriers to second in the table after two successive wins.
It was an even first half at John Smith’s Stadium. Huddersfield came close through a Tom Ince half-volley before Newcastle’s Matt Ritchie forced a superb save from Jonas Lossl.
But the tide turned in the 50th minute when Mooy played a one-two with Elias Kachunga and shot into the top corner.
Newcastle rallied but substitutes Joselu and Jacob Murphy could not force an equaliser.
The result leaves Newcastle 17th and means Huddersfield are only the third promoted side to win their opening two fixtures of a Premier League season.”