Arsenal 1-0 Norwich

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored a second-half tap-in to give Arsenal their first goal and first points of the Premier League season as they sent Norwich to the bottom table.

Both sides ran out at the Emirates Stadium having lost their opening three league games of the campaign and, following a game lacking quality, Aubameyang settled the contest as his close-range finish earned the Gunners a 1-0 victory.

Even then there was a nervy wait as a VAR check for offside ultimately went the way of the home side, who travel to Burnley next weekend with something to build on.

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta made seven changes from the galling defeat at Manchester City before the international break as deadline-day signing Takehiro Tomiyasu started at right-back.

The Canaries also showed alterations, four from their loss at home to Leicester, which included a first Premier League start for Andrew Omobamidele in the same week that he made an impressive full Ireland debut.

The 19-year-old defender from Leixlip was one of Norwich's better performers on the day but ended up on the losing side and the Canaries drop to the bottom without a point to their name.

Arteta will be hoping this is a turning point for his side, who had not even scored in their first three games, with Aubameyang again proving the scourge of Norwich having hit braces in both games against them in the 2091/20 season.

Brentford 0-1 Brighton

Brighton Chairman Tony Bloom (right) celebrates Leandro Trossard's winner

Brighton ended Brentford's unbeaten start to the season as Leandro Trossard scored the only goal of the game in the 90th minute in west London.

The Belgian curled into the corner on the stroke of full-time to punish Thomas Frank’s side for a lack of cutting edge and inflict a first defeat at home since Valentine’s Day.

The newly promoted Bees had created the better of the chances, but Bryan Mbeumo was guilty of failing to make the most of them and they were hit with a sucker-punch late on.

It was goalless at the break, with Mbeumo wasteful after more excellent link-up play with Toney, rifling wide from 16 yards before Vitaly Janelt fired straight at Sanchez as Frank’s side were unable to make their first-half dominance count.

The Seagulls’ frustration with referee Graham Scott had started to boil over at the end of the opening 45, but it was the patience of the official which ran out when he booked Veltman and Shane Duffy in quick succession.

Brighton substitute Alexis Mac Allister saw an effort deflect wide in what appeared the final opportunity until he found Trossard outside the area and the Belgian worked a yard of space away from Pontus Jansson to rifle home.

It sparked wild celebrations in the away end, where Seagulls chairman Tony Bloom was present, and helped the visitors make it three wins out of four in the league this season.

Southampton 0-0 West Ham

Michail Antonio (L) is consoled by David Moyes

Premier League player of the month Michail Antonio was shown a late red card as West Ham missed the chance to go top of the table after scraping a goalless draw at winless Southampton.

Antonio was dismissed for a second yellow card deep into added time following a late tackle on Moussa Djenepo having earlier been booked for a tangle with Jack Stephens.

Tottenham's 3-0 defeat at Crystal Palace in Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off had opened the door for the Hammers to climb to the summit with victory at St Mary’s.

But David Moyes’ unbeaten side were lucky to escape with a point as lively Saints substitute Armando Broja struck a post and had a header hacked off the line late on.

Adam Armstrong and Nathan Redmond also had decent openings for Ralph Hasenhuttl’s hosts, who registered a third consecutive draw, while Antonio, Tomas Soucek and Jarrod Bowen had the visitors’ best openings.

"Look, it can happen football," said Moyes of Antonio's red.

"Having been booked the first time, he was stupid to lunge in but these things in football happen, so we're not going to make too big a deal of it.

"He’s got himself sent off and at the time it looked like the referee probably got it right.

"We always knew these sort of things could happen and they have done today."

Watford 0-2 Wolves

Hwang Hee-chan of Wolverhampton Wanderers celebrates after scoring

Hwang Hee-chan scored on his debut as Wolves claimed their first goal, point and victory of the season with a 2-0 win at Watford.

In an unfortunate sequence of events, Hornets defender Francisco Sierralta headed the ball into his own net in the 74th minute to give Wolves the lead, and manager Bruno Lage his maiden Premier League goal in charge of the club.

Substitute Hwang then bundled the ball over the line to double his side's lead and score his first goal on his debut.

Watford had won their opening game against Aston Villa but have suffered back-to-back defeats since, and this was the first game of a new era after Troy Deeney was allowed to leave at the end of August to bring his 11-year chapter with the Hornets to a conclusion.

Wolves had a string of chances but it took until the 74th minute for the first goal, with Sierralta making a costly error at the back from a Marcal corner to hand Wolves a much-needed breakthrough.

The Chile international had been a doubt for the game after he missed international duty over the last week, with his country asking for the defender to be banned.

Wolves sealed victory late on when Hwang did enough to squeeze the ball over the line and secure three points for Lage's men.