A dull Saturday was made up for by a superbly entertaining Sunday with two derbies. Despite the lack of goals and the lack of surprise results this time around, there was still plenty to discuss. ANTOINETTE MULLER picks five of the biggest talking points from the third weekend of the Premier League.
A rather dull and dreary Saturday was followed up by two derby-clashes on Sunday. On Saturday, Manchester City bounced back from their defeat at Cardiff last weekend, but the rest of the fixtures left much to be desired.
It's been one of the slowest starts in terms of goals in the Premier League's history and most sides are looking pretty rusty. Sunday was much better, though, with Liverpool pipping United in the Merseyside derby and United looking particularly out of sorts.
Arsenal, meanwhile, continued to bounce back from that awkward defeat on the first day of the season as they clinched the North London derby. We've picked five talking points from the third weekend out at the Premier League.
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