Arnautovic’s West Ham lost 2-1 to Bournemouth and 4-0 to Liverpool.
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Manchester United became the first of the Premier League's top five last season to falter in the new campaign as shoddy defending saw Jose Mourinho's men defeated 3-2 at Brighton Sunday. Ominously for United, their cross-city rivals and defending champions look in no mood to be caught as Manchester City thrashed Huddersfield 6-1, while Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur maintained their perfect starts.Spurs' World Cup stars still standing Pep Guardiola suggested World Cup fatigue may have played a role in a knee injury for Kevin de Bruyne that will keep the Belgian sidelined for three months, but Tottenham's World Cup contingent have hit the ground running despite barely a week of preseason training.Sealed with a kissGone are the days when Pep Guardiola was happy to leave City's all-time top scorer Sergio Aguero on the bench.More woe for West Ham A near 100 million pound investment in nine new players and a Premier League winning coach was meant to signal a change in fortunes for West Ham after a troubled couple of campaigns on and off the field.
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