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Live Reporting

Gary Rose, Tom Rostance and Graham Chase

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  1. Post update

    It may be early days but Chelsea have certainly thrown down the gauntlet today. Can Liverpool and Arsenal display their credentials as title contenders when they take to the pitch tomorrow?

    Liverpool travel to Tottenham while Arsenal are at Leicester, who could hand a Premier League debut to Esteban Cambiasso.

    Plenty of reason to join us for more live text commentary tomorrow, so until then, goodbye.

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    Sigmund Vestergaard: People are too easily carried away. Only three rounds in; let's see what it looks like after 15 before we jump on a bandwagon.

  3. Post update

    Twenty-four goals scored in six games, which included last-minute equalisers and five goals in 10 minutes.

    The most entertaining league in the world? The Premier League has certainly made a strong claim for that title today.

  4. Post update

    Everton 3-6 Chelsea

    Just watching Jose Mourinho speaking in his post-match news conference and he describes how he had his players training for 90 minutes on Wednesday to defend against free-kicks, having conceded from a set-piece today he says he may as well stay at home with his wife and kids next time. Classic Mourinho.

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    Sid: Chelsea not very convincing in defence but out scored the opposition. Reminds of Liverpool last season.

    Ashley Williams: Costa scored against Burnley and Leicester, two promoted teams and against Everton who gifted goals today. #notimpressed

  6. Manager reaction

    Everton 3-6 Chelsea

    Roberto Martrinez

    Everton manager Roberto Martinez, speaking to BBC Sport: "I can imagine it was a great game to watch from a neutral point of view but our point of view was that we started too slow.

    "But even then I felt we showed great character and great belief and I felt we were getting back into it, but every time we did we were dealt a sucker punch. Our defending was not as good as it should be. We need to make sure our good play gets a lot more support from having a more solid defensive display.

    "We should have protected Tim Howard a lot better. But we take responsibility as a team and in the same way promote all the good things we have. We have the experience and the know how. There were positives, Romelu Lukaku lasting along as he did and Samuel Eto'o arriving and having the impact he did."

  7. Manager reaction

    Everton 3-6 Chelsea


    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, speaking to BBC Sport: "It was wonderful for everyone at the stadium and watching television around the world - but not for me. We cannot make so many defensive mistakes. We want to improve as a team by keeping our defensive strength and quality and improving in other areas. Today we showed we are improving in other areas but not keeping the balance in defence.

    "The team likes to have the ball, that is very important but we need to keep ou