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It was a day of role reversal as Jose Mourinho's often cautious Chelsea thumped Everton 6-3 in a thriller on Saturday while champions Manchester City's attacking talents were blunted in a shock 1-0 home defeat by Stoke City.Southampton came from behind to beat West Ham United 3-1 while Crystal Palace, playing their first game under new manager Neil Warnock, scored through on-loan Wilfried Zaha in the fifth minute of stoppage time to grab a 3-3 draw at Newcastle United.Everton were caught cold as Costa put the visitors ahead after 35 seconds and Branislav Ivanovic scored two minutes later, incensing the hosts who felt he had strayed offside.It was only the second time in 71 games that Manchester City, who were ruthless in Monday's 3-1 win over Liverpool, had failed to score at home and it ended a run of seven consecutive league wins stretching back to last season's title triumph.Di Maria, signed from Real Madrid for 59.7 million pounds on Tuesday, showed encouraging flashes in a 70-minute debut but United generally looked short of attacking ideas.
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