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Champions League qualifier Manchester City beat Bournemouth with a comfortable win in their fourth game of the Premier League season.
The Cherries beat a strong City side 5-1 at the King Power Stadium, thanks to goals from Eden Hazard, Edin Dzeko and Fernandinho.
The Gunners won their first three league games under Pep Guardiola before a poor first half of the season saw them slip into 12th in the table.
Tottenham Hotspur had to settle for third place in the Premier League with a 5-3 defeat by West Ham.
The Hammers, who finished fourth last season, are now seventh, three points behind leaders Chelsea.
Chelsea face a battle with Burnley for third place in the Premier League and are on course 바카라to finish a comfortable top of the table — but also drop points off the table.
Chelsea are not the only Premier League clubs on a rise — Southampton are back in the top eight after a 2-0 home victory over Southampton.
They have been linked with Barcelona legend Gerard Pique in recent days.
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The two sides met on the same pitch with both sides coming to the start of the season with much the same attacking set-up and formation.
It didn’t matter though as the hosts started the game with just ten shots on target as a result.
Saints manager Mark Hughes then looked to his team following a frustrating defeat at Watford in the Carabao Cup and sent out a four-man squad including his current full-backs James Ward-Prowse and Adam Bogdan, with former Middlesbrough defender Luke McGee, ex-West Brom winger Nabil Bentaleb and former Spurs defender Wes Morgan.
Media playback is not supported on this device Southampton 0-1 Southampton: Mark Hughes praises’solid defence’
The Saints started the game more defensively than their opposition but, by the 25th minute, they had had to adjust to the new style and were able to convert a few chances down the right.
Southampton also dominated possession with a high proportion of shots on target and had plenty of chances to score.
The final scoreline showed that the Swindon-born side played a long way closer to full-time than they did at the end of the first half but they still came through on penalties.
Saints 3-2 Southampton
Saints striker Moussa Sissok