Brentford humiliated Manchester United 4-0 at home to send them to the bottom of the Premier League table after two games.

First-half goals from Josh Dasilva, Mathias Jensen, Ben Mee and Bryan Mbeumo meant that Erik ten Haq becomes the first United manager to lose his first two opening games in over 100 years.

The Dutch manager failed to show any signs of improvement even with Cristiano Ronaldo on the field.

With Liverpool up next against a United side that struggled against a bottom-half team like Brentford things may get worse for them still.

Meanwhile, on the other end of the table, Manchester City continued their strong start to the season with a comfortable 4-0 win over Bournemouth to move to the top of the Premier League table.

Kevin de Bruyne, up for the UEFA Player of the Year award, once again shone on the pitch with a goal and an assist.

After dominating the possession, City went ahead through İlkay Gündoğan before de Bruyne added a second and then provided the assist for Phil Foden’s goal. With City up 3-0 before the half, they preferred to see out the game but still managed to find the fourth when Jefferson Lerman turned the ball into his own net.

In another game, Arsenal showcased their improvement due to new additions as they beat Leicester 4-2 to remain perfect in the young Premier League season.

Goals from Gabriel Jesus (2), Granit Xhaka and Gabriel Martinelli helped the Gunners overcome goals from James Maddison and an own goal by William Saliba to move them second on the league table.

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