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Spurs' Harry Kane reaches a milestone; Arsenal cruise; Fulham, Everton score late in Premier League

Even though it's not perfect, Antonio Conte can be satisfied with seven points from three games. Saturday's slate of matches kicked off with Tottenham Hotspur's 1-0 win over Wolves.

Throughout the Premier League, last minute lead changes abound in later matches. Everton's Jordan Pickford picked up a rare keeper assist to save a point as Crystal Palace defeated Aston Villa. Fulham won 2-1 over Brentford as pressure mounted on Steven Gerrard.

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Premier League leaders Arsenal remain unbeaten

Mikel Arteta's season is off to a great start three matches into the campaign. Gabriel Jesus only had an assist, but if not for the offside flag and his selflessness, he could have easily had four assists. As soon as Martin Odegaard scored his brace, Arsenal were essentially assured of the victory against Bournemouth.

Odegaard scored from a rebound after Mark Travers' save on the first and the second came from a Jesus assist as Arsenal swarmed forward. Gabriel Jesus contributed to both goals as he threw the ball out of the air to set up Gabriel Martinelli before Odegaard scored from a rebound after Mark Travers' save on the first.

Although they were able to coast to an easy finish, they completed more passes than Bournemouth attempted, but not before William Saliba capped off an impressive day with a thunderous goal.