On Saturday Arsenal outclassed Bournemouth and won 3-0.
The other north London team beat Everton 3-0 at Goodison.
Arsenal started with Kolasinac and Lacazette, neither of whom were picked at Anfield.
Welbeck, heading the first from the Bosnian’s cross, was excellent.
Then Ozil was on the halfway line and fired the ball forward hard and low, Welbeck touched the ball square to Lacazette in the D.
It’s a half-chance to most players but this guy promptly hit a wicked shot into the net for 2-0.
Then Lacazette worked back, won the ball off Dan Gosling, Ramsey broke forward with it and Welbeck slotted Ramsey’s pass sweetly inside the far post for 3-0.
Alexandre Lacazette always seems to have time and makes the hard part of the game look easy. He’s balanced, composed and nimble, as sharpshooters need to be.
Sanchez and Giroud came on together as subs and Chile’s main man was booed by some fans.
Bournemouth were unrecognisable from the vibrant outfit we saw last season.
They didn’t compete in midfield at all and Jermain Defoe did nothing except hit the post from a good cross.
Bournemouth have now lost their first four Premier League games and need to improve soon.
In the Man City-Liverpool game, the red card for Sadio Mane decided the game. Ref Jon Moss sent Mane off when his raised boot collided with the jaw of sweeper-keeper Ederson outside the penalty area.
In that moment I knew I’d lost my bet on BTS.
With 10 men, Liverpool were never going to score because they wouldn’t have the ball.
My favourite player, Kevin De Bruyne, was on fire and City won 5-0.
Still, I won two bets in play: Spurs to score first at Everton and Chelsea to score first at Leicester.
Harry Kane scored a goal that me and Matt Le Tissier thought was deliberate.
Harry is a shoot-from-anywhere player and, seeing the goal on Twitter five minutes after it was scored, I thought it was a shot.
Le Tissier saw it in the Sky studio and agreed. But Harry admitted it was a cross.
My other favourite player, Dele Alli, was far from his best but Tottenham still won 3-0 and Christian Eriksen was fantastic.
Everton are struggling because they’ve replaced Lukaku with Rooney.
United and Citeh are top of the embryonic Premier League now. Chelsea are third, Watford fourth and Spurs fifth.
Arsenal are 11th, just above Stoke and Southampton.
As always: Let me see 10 games.
Game 5 is Chelsea v Arsenal at 1.30 next Sunday.
Tomorrow, or very soon, the grandmaster of spin will begin telling us that Chelsea have two more days rest before that derby, since they play Azerbaijan champions Qarabag on Tuesday night, while Arsenal host Koln in the Uefa Cup on Thursday
PS. Hope your Sunday morning was better than mine.
We were quite happily watching Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon on Andrew Marr and then Tony Bliar came on and I catapulted off the sofa and switched off the TV before Bliar could speak.
I could have used the remote. Why didn’t I use the remote?
I always use the remote, especially to rewind incidents during live matches.
I suppose it was anger. That is why I jumped to my feet. Anger can make you move very quickly.