Marcus Rashford scored twice as Manchester United walloped Chelsea 4-0 in a thrilling Premier League clash at the Old Trafford on Sunday.
It was United’s biggest Old Trafford win over Chelsea since 1965.
The victory condemned manager Frank Lampard to a miserable start as a Premier League manager for the Blues.
Rashford scored twice, either side of a close-range effort from Anthony Martial, while substitute Daniel James completed the scoring with a goal on his debut nine minutes from time.
Earlier on Sunday, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang punished slack Newcastle defending to give Arsenal victory at a rain-drenched St James’ Park.
The Gabon striker broke the deadlock in the 58th minute and handed the Gunners the victory.
Aubameyang, who co-won the Golden Boot last season, has scored 32% of Arsenal’s Premier League goals since his debut in February 2018.
Nigeria’s Wilfred Ndidi was in action as Leicester City drew goalless with visiting Wolverhampton Wanderers at the King Power Stadium.