The Premier League is well and truly back underway now with all ten teams in action on the second week of the season.
It was an entertaining set of fixtures on Saturday and Sunday, with only two sides keeping clean sheets and plenty of goals scored.
Here are seven things talkSPORT.com particularly enjoyed.
There were 39 goals in the eight matches played this weekend in the Premier League.
Everton 5-2 West Brom, Leeds 4-3 Fulham and Southampton 2-5 Tottenham produced seven goals each.
Leicester 4-2 Burnley saw six scored while the rest were seen in Man Utd 1-3 Crystal Palace, Arsenal 2-1 West Ham, Newcastle 0-3 Brighton and Chelsea 0-2 Liverpool.
James Rodriguez on the scoresheet
James showed his class and Dominic Calvert-Lewin netted a hat-trick for Everton as they beat West Brom 5-2 on Saturday.
Grady Diangana’s opener for West Brom was brilliant, but it wasn’t even the best goal of a crazy game.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin equalised with a bit of help from VAR before James, influential throughout, did what he does best.
The Colombian, famous for that stunning left-footed volley at the 2014 World Cup, showed why his left peg is worth the transfer fee alone.
He shifted the ball onto his left foot and accurately drilled one through a narrow gap and into the side netting to put the Toffees in front.
Wilfried Zaha’s revenge
Zaha came back to haunt Manchester United with two goals as Crystal Palace inflicted Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side with a surprise 3-1 home defeat in their Premier League opener.
The Ivorian winger enjoyed his tenth Premier League game against his former club, as he netted once from the penalty spot and added a stunning second to lead the Eagles to a brilliant victory at Old Trafford.
For the final goal, the former United man turned Lindelof on the edge of the box like the defender wasn’t even there, before driving the ball low and hard past a wrong-footed De Gea at his near post.
It completed a Saturday night horror show for Solskjaer’s men, whose start to the new Premier League season could not have gone much worse.
Jose Mourinho joking with Heung-min Son
Mourinho decided to have a little bit of fun with Son after Tottenham’s 5-2 win at Southampton on Sunday.
The South Korean scored four times with the Harry Kane assisting every single one – in a similar style each time.
As Son was being asked a question by the BBC about his four-goal haul, Mourinho entered and said to him: “Man of the Match – Harry Kane.”
It appeared as though he was joking, but the ever-humble Son replied: “Yes, I would say that.
“I will say that Harry is the Man of the Match because he scored one goal, he gave four assists.”
Angry Jurgen Klopp
Klopp was not happy with the Liverpool bench at the end of the first half against Chelsea on Sunday.
The champions dominated the Blues and won 2-0 at Stamford Bridge, with a turning point coming just before the break.
Andreas Christensen initially booked for a rugby tackle on Sadio Mane and the Liverpool staff reacted strongly to the decision, believing it should’ve been a straight red.
After a VAR check, a red card was awarded and this prompted celebrations from some on the Reds’ bench, which irked Klopp.
Julien Laurens said the manager turned around to his own staff and said: “Are you crazy? We never ever do that, okay?”
Klopp later confirmed in his post-match press conference that it was a staff member he was addressing, rather than a player.
He clarified: “It was not our subs, it was another member of staff [cheering the red] and I have told him that. It is nothing I want to speak of.”
In the second half, Thiago Alcantara enjoyed the dream debut for Liverpool as he broke a Premier League record.
He completed 75 passes during his brief cameo, which was 16 more than any other Chelsea player on the pitch.
It is also the most successful passes completed by any player with a maximum of 45 minutes in the Premier League since records began in the 2003-04 season.
Leicester back top of the league
And finally, it feels like 2015/16 again as Leicester have gone top of the Premier League – albeit after just two games.
Brendan Rodgers’ side won 3-0 at West Brom on the opening weekend and followed the result up with a 4-2 triumph against Burnley on Sunday.
The two-goal gap behind the sides proved crucial as it put the Foxes top of the league by one on goal difference.