Mohamed Salah celebrating his Premier League goal against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday.

PL WRAP UP: WEEK 9 - Sensational Salah piles on Manchester United Pain

And we thought last week was big, match-week 9 was a screamer.

Arsenal kicked off the week with a 3-1 win against Aston Villa, extending their six-match unbeaten run.

The Gunners were up 3-0 by the 56th minute after Partey’s first goal for the club, Aubameyang’s rebound, and Smith Rowe’s second-half goal. Despite Villa’s efforts to pull one back later in the game, Arsenal left their home ground with a solid 3 points.

Chelsea ran riot at Stamford Bridge as Tuchel’s side cruised to a 7-0 win against Norwich.

Mason Mount secured his first Premier League hat-trick as the youngster opened the scoresheet in just 8 minutes. Goals from Hudson-Odoi and Reece James saw Chelsea go into half-time with 3 goals, and they weren’t done yet.

Chilwell and an own goal from Aarons make it 5-0 in the second half and after Norwich’s Ben Gibson getting sent off after being shown a second yellow card, Mason Mount found the back of the net two more times, securing Chelsea’s win and his hat-trick.

Watford stunned Everton with a 5-2 win away from home, with Joshua King also bagging a hat-trick against Benitez’s side, sealing Ranieri’s first win as Watford manager.

Pep’s side eased through a 4-1 win against Brighton as Gundogan opened the scoreboard after just 13 minutes, with a brace from Foden shortly after.

A penalty from Brighton’s Macallister in the second half was not enough for Potter’s side as Mahrez sealed Manchester City’s win at the Amex Stadium.

Liverpool ended the week at Old Trafford after a massive 5-0 win against Manchester United. Liverpool took the lead quickly after both Keita and Jota netted a goal each after 13 minutes. The Reds went into half-time 4 goals up after two goals from Mo Salah.

Pogba was subbed on for Greenwood at half-time but was sent off after Salah’s fifth goal for Liverpool, completing the first hat-trick scored by a Premier League away player at Old Trafford since 1992.

Ronaldo managed to find the net, but the goal was overturned for an offside, and Ole’s side ended the game with a hard defeat.

Other results:

Crystal Palace v Newcastle - 1-1

Leeds v Wolves - 1-1

Southampton v Burnley - 1-1

Brentford v Leicester - 1-2

West Ham v Spurs - 1-0

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