In the Hatters’ first-ever home game in the competition, having last appeared in the top-flight the season before the Premier League’s rebranding, Jarrod Bowen and Kurt Zouma netted in a 2-1 Friday night win.
On Saturday, an early relegation clash got the ball rolling as Sheffield United and Everton drew 2-2 before Chelsea lost at home to Nottingham Forest and Tottenham thrashed Burnley thanks to Heung-min Son’s hat-trick.
Manchester City stayed perfect and went back to the top after Erling Haaland’s hat-trick helped blow away Fulham. Brilliant Brighton then beat Newcastle 3-1 in a key fixture on Saturday evening.
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