Manchester United recovered from back-to-back defeats to beat Burnley 2-0 despite Paul Pogba missing a penalty and Marcus Rashford being sent off.
Romelu Lukaku scored twice in the first half as the Red Devils were largely untroubled by their hosts.
Pogba had the chance to stretch United’s lead midway through the second half but his penalty – after Aaron Lennon fouled Rashford – was saved by former Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart.
And two minutes later the visitors were reduced to 10 men when Rashford was sent off for leaning into Phil Bardsley with his head.
That made the closing stages unnecessarily tense for Jose Mourinho’s side, but the Clarets were unable to find a goal.
Meanwhile Watford maintained their perfect start to the Premier League season as they came from behind to shock Tottenham 2-1 at Vicarage Road.
Both sides began the match with 100% records but Craig Cathcart’s second-half header edged a tight encounter.
Captain Troy Deeney had drawn his side level seven minutes earlier, cancelling out Spurs’ fortuitous opener as Watford midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure bundled into his own net.
And Watford held on to win their opening four games of a league campaign for the first time in 30 years and join Liverpool and Chelsea on maximum points at the top of the table.