Everton also won its second game of the Premier League season on Saturday.

The 'Toffees' were 5-2 too strong for West Bromwich Albion in a spectacle and are therefore currently in the lead.

Everton is the only club with six points, but nine more games have to be played this weekend.

The big man Saturday at Everton was Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who made a hat-trick.

He was responsible for the 1-1, 4-2 and 5-2.

James Rodríguez, who has come over from Real Madrid, was also accurate, as was Michael Keane.

Names West Bromwich scored Grady Diangnana (0-1) and Brazilian Matheus Pereira (2-2).

Key moment in the game was the red card for West Bromwich defender Kieran Gibbs, who slapped James Rodríguez in the face just before half time without the ball being in the vicinity.

West Brom coach Slaven Bilić was also sent to the stands because of qualification in the lead.

Later Saturday, Leeds United-Fulham (4 p.m.), Manchester United-Crystal Palace (6.30 p.m.) and Arsenal-West Ham United (9 p.m.) are on the program.

Kieran Gibbs got red after an incident with James Rodríguez.

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Schedule and results Premier League

  • Saturday 1:30 pm: Everton-West Bromwich 5-2

  • Saturday 4 pm: Leeds United-Fulham

  • Saturday 6.30pm: Manchester United-Crystal Palace

  • Saturday 9 p.m .: Arsenal-West Ham United

  • Sunday 1pm: Southampton-Tottenham Hotspur

  • Sunday 3 p.m. Newcastle United-Brighton & Hove Albion

  • Sunday 5.30pm: Chelsea-Liverpool

  • Sunday 8pm: Leicester City-Burnley

  • Monday 7pm: Aston Villa-Sheffield United

  • Monday 9:15 pm: Wolverhampton Wanderers-Manchester City