0Manchester United took comfort in their early season by defeating Everton 3-1 on Saturday.
Everton took the lead 19 minutes in, as Bernard broke through on the left and put the 1 - 0 shot just beyond the reach of the outstretched keeper.
United quickly took the lead with two hits from Bruno Fernandes.
The first goal for the Portuguese was to take the lead 25 minutes into the game, but the ball went wide.
The sequel was followed seven minutes later.
This time Fernandes tried to centralize Marcus Rashford, but the ball hovered directly over the post to the goal.
The final numbers of the match were seen with extra time from the counterattack when Fernandes released Edinson Cavan.
Cavani came on for United.
Everton's vibe lost
United rose to ten points with a victory after seven league matches behind them.
The expressions of supporters of the Manchester team have been painful recently as United lost their previous league game at home to Arsenal.
This was followed by a catastrophic loss to the Basaksehir in Istanbul in the Champions League.
On Saturday, the performance of the team coached by Ole Gunnar Solskjär was perky.
Everton, which has started its season well, is down.
The team suffered its third consecutive loss in the Premier League and has collected 13 points from its eight matches.
Leeds' defense is leaking
Patrick Bamford finished his seventh goal of the season in football in the English Premier League, but it remained a skinny consolation for Leeds.
Home team Crystal Palace disciplined Leeds 4-1 and rose to 13 points with eight matches behind them.
Leeds have collected ten points from their eight games.
Scott Dann took the lead with his header in the 12th minute.
The sequel was followed ten minutes later when Eberechi Eze scored 2-0 with a handsome free kick.
The celebrations in the stands could only mean one thing - Bamford's free kick had found the back of the net and put Leeds ahead 27 minutes into the match.
Bamford had previously been dismissed for a hit after the video review as an offside.
At the end of the opening half, Leeds' Helder Costa put the ball into his own goal.
The scoreboard now read 70 minutes into the match.
Leeds have nicely finished goals in the Premier League this season (14), but 17 hits have been made on its net.
Leeds head coach Marcelo Bielsa plays intense football where the team squeezes with force and maintains a fast pace.
However, Leeds has been vulnerable in the defensive direction, with as many as eight goals scored in its net in the last two games.
In Saturday’s other Premier League matches, Chelsea beat Sheffield United 4-1 and West Ham London’s local match Fulham 1-0.