Here's a look at the best of the action from Saturday and Sunday in the Premier League.
6. Best Immediate Impact
Prior to Aston Villa's trip to Selhurst Park on Saturday, Tim Sherwood had tried to dampen the hype surrounding exciting new signing Adama Traore. The manager had implied Traore won't feature too much this season, but he turned to the youngster in South London anyway.
He was quickly rewarded as Traore had an immediate impact. It was the Spaniard's pacey run which directly led to Villa's goal, while his general enthusiasm caused Palace all sorts of problems for the brief spell he was on the field.
5. Best Debut
Where Traore's cameo debut was good, Bakary Sako's Crystal Palace debut in the same game was even better. Spread over the full 90 minutes, the Mali winger was arguably the difference between the two sides on the day.
Prior to slotting home a late winner with extreme class and composure, Sako had already been close to scoring on several occasions after getting into good positions and wreaking havoc all game.
4. Best Assist
West Brom record signing Salomon Rondon certainly gave Baggies fans plenty to be excited about against Chelsea on Sunday. The £15m man was a thorn in the champions' side and provided a quite brilliant assist for James Morrison's first goal.
Morrison later joked it was a shot gone wrong from Rondon, but the Venezuelan clearly showed great technique and presence of mind to keep the ball alive and find his team-mate with the overhead kick.
3. Best Save
Manchester United huffed and puffed against Newcastle at Old Trafford on Saturday. Florian Thauvin might have won it for the Magpies at the death, but the Frenchman never would have got that chance, had it not been for his goalkeeper.
With just over 10 minutes remaining, Tim Krul made a decisive intervention when he spread himself to deny Javier Hernandez and ultimately win his side a point.
2. Best Goal
Everton made Manchester City work for their win at Goodison Park on Sunday - only their fourth away victory against the Toffees in the Premier League era - but the second goal from Samir Nasri was a special way to wrap it up.
After Yaya Toure's classy first time pass, the Frenchman showed great skill and composure to lift it carefully over the onrushing Tim Howard with just one touch.
1. Best Game
Bournemouth's epic 4-3 win over West Ham at Upton Park was a game of several firsts. It saw the Cherries bag their first ever top flight goal(s), as well their first points and win. Striker Callum Wilson also scored a maiden career hat-trick to open his Premier League account in style.
With a penalty incident, defensive howlers, a breakaway goal, a red card and more, it was an encounter that had everything.