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Sergio Aguero reminds everyone of his quality, Maurizio Sarri offers Chelsea hope, Petr Cech's time is up

The second weekend of the 2018-19 Premier League season is all but in the books. Join Nick Miller as he looks back on the best and worst on offer in England's top flight.

Goal of the weekend

Kieran Trippier's free kick reminded England fans of happier times, and Will Hughes' strike against Burnley was a thumper. But just because it was so unusual, we tip our hats to Glenn Murray's opener against Manchester United. Perhaps there was an element of fortune, but the chutzpah required to try a delicate,...

Alvaro Morata: 'Never a thought' of leaving Chelsea this summer

Craig Burley explains why Maurizio Sarri may face a difficult decision in Chelsea's midfield as the FC crew discuss the Blues' win over Arsenal.
The guys respond to your tweets about Mkhitaryan's role with Arsenal, Jorginho's performance, Sokratis, Unai Emery and the Man City documentary.
Craig Burley and Paul Mariner don't hold back on their criticism of Mesut Ozil and question how Unai Emery will handle his involvement in the squad.

Alvaro Morata insisted that leaving Chelsea was "never a thought" for him this summer despite a disappointing first season in English football.

Juventus and AC Milan were both linked with moves to bring Morata back to Serie A after a Premier League campaign that yielded just 11 goals in 30 appearances, as well as suggestions that he had failed to settle into life in London away from the pitch.

Morata fuelled the speculation by spending much of his summer in Italy, being pictured with his agent and...

Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri: We must increase quantity of our best football

Craig Burley explains why Maurizio Sarri may face a difficult decision in Chelsea's midfield as the FC crew discuss the Blues' win over Arsenal.
Craig Burley runs through the talking points from each of Saturday's Premier League matches, including Chelsea's win over Arsenal.

LONDON -- Maurizio Sarri said Chelsea must improve the "quantity" rather than the quality of their best football if they are to emulate the level reached by his Napoli team.

Marcos Alonso's 81st-minute strike secured a 3-2 win over Arsenal at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, but Sarri's side had earlier surrendered a 2-0 lead before half-time.

The coach described Chelsea's 15-minute collapse as "horrible" but was keen to focus on the positive aspects as he explained how close his players were to playing...