Manchester United immediately bounced back from their midweek disappointment against Tottenham Hotspur as Jose Mourinho’s men grabbed all needed three points against Huddersfield Town.
Determined in making up for their setback, Man United immediately got into attacking mode since kick off, but breaking down their opponent’s defense was far from an easy task, especially during the first 45 minutes.
After a goalless first 45 minutes, United finally got their break through soon after the re-start through Romelu Lukaku’s effort, which brought a sigh of relief for the home team supporters.
The host sealed all three points with their second goal, which was netted by their new signing, Alexis Sanchez who pounced on the rebound of his initially saved penalty to grab his first goal at Old Trafford.
In other game, new look Arsenal side also got things going again for them after midweek set back as Gunners hammered Everton 5-1 at Emirates Stadium.
New arrival, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang netted home his debut goal for his new team, but it was Aaron Ramsey who stole the show with his hat-trick.
Another goal for Arsenal on that tie was netted by Laurent Koscielny, while Everton’s only response arrived from Dominic Calvert-Lewin, midway into the second half.
A slight set back suffered by Manchester City though with a host of absentees, Pep Guardiola put on a short bench, leaving not many options for his team to change things up.
Things still looking bright for City when they got themselves ahead through Danilo on 22 minutes, but their failure to finish off their chances after that opener pretty much cost them all three point.
Burnley eventually got themselves back into the tie eight minutes from time as Johann Gudmundsson netted home that all important equalizing goal for the home side.
Full results of English Premier League Saturday Fixtures:
Burnley 1-1 Manchester City; Bournemouth 2-1 Stoke City; Brighton and Hove Albion 3-1 West Ham United; Leicester City 1-1 Swansea City; Manchester United 2-0 Huddersfield Town; West Bromwich Albion 2-3 Southampton; Arsenal 5-1 Everton