With more spectacular performances, Coutinho’s transfer saga will become a memory.
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The Manchester clubs kept control of the title race, Alvaro Morata scored his first Chelsea hat-trick and Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho began to redeem himself for angling to join Barcelona. Here are five things we learned in the Premier League this weekend:An injury to Jesus brought Aguero back into the team and his performances convinced manager Pep Guardiola to begin this season with both players in his starting XI.The Argentina striker has now scored 176 goals for City and needs just two more to surpass Eric Brook as the club's all-time leading scorer.The 24-year-old has made a quick transition to the English game and bagged his first Chelsea hat-trick in Saturday's 4-0 rout of Stoke City to take his tally for the club to six goals.
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