Marcus Rashford
Marcus Rashford gave Jose Mourinho food for thought with dramatic late winner in Yorkshire LINDSEY PARNABY/AFP/Getty Images

A stoppage-time winner from Marcus Rashford saw Manchester United maintain their 100% start to the new season underJose Mourinho with a 1-0 victory over Hull City at a rain-soaked KCOM Stadium. The 18-year-old striker, left as an unused substitute in both opening top-flight games so far, impressed with his pace and movement after replacing Juan Mata and boosted his chances of securing a regular starting berth by tapping home from close range in the 92nd-minute after brilliant work from Wayne Rooney.

Elsewhere in the Premier League on Saturday, Arsenal enjoyed a confidence-boosting 3-1 win against Watford at Vicarage Road. An early penalty from Santi Cazorla and one goal each from Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil gave the under-pressure Arsene Wenger three much-needed points and Arsenal's first win of the Premier League season.

The Hornets scored a late consolation goal through new signing Roberto Pereyra, but the Gunners were, in truth, well worth their victory.

At Stamford Bridge, meanwhile, Antonio Conte continued his unblemished start to life in English football as Chelsea strolled to a 3-0 win in a one-sided game against Burnley. The Blues extended their impressive beginning to the season thanks to efforts from Eden Hazard, Willian and a late strike from Victor Moses, who scored his first Premier League goal for Chelsea since November 2012.

Elsewhere, champions Leicester City secured their maiden win of the 2016/17 season with a narrow 2-1 triumph against Swansea City at the King Power Stadium. The Foxes took the lead through Jamie Vardy - his first goal of the campaign - and then doubled their advantage through captain Wes Morgan.

Jamie Vardy (right) scored his first Premier League goal
Jamie Vardy (right) scored his first Premier League goal of the season at the King Power Stadium Getty Images

Riyad Mahrez missed a penalty for the current champions and Leroy Fer scored late on for the Swans, but Claudio Ranieri's men were able to hang on for the win.

Down on the south coast, a late goal from Jay Rodriguez rescued a point for Claude Puel's Southampton side at home to Sunderland, who took the lead through a Jermain Defoe penalty. The Saints piled on the pressure in the closing moments, though, and merited their equalising goal in the dying minutes.

Leighton Baines
Leighton Baines found the net from the spot Getty Images

At Goodison Park, Everton overcame Mark Hughes' Stoke City side courtesy of a controversial penalty from Leighton Baines. The debatable foul was awarded when Ashley Williams went down under minimal contact and the resulting spot-kick rebounded back against the post and into the net off goalkeeper Shay Given.

Meanwhile, Alan Pardew's Crystal Palace side required a late header from Scott Dann to rescue a 1-1 draw against Bournemouth at Selhurst Park. The away side took the lead through forward Joshua King before Yohan Cabaye had a penalty kick saved. The Cherries appeared to be about to hold on for a hard-earned win in south London before Dann powered the ball past Artur Boruc.

Danny Rose
Danny Rose scored Spurs' equalising goal at White Hart Lane Julian Finney/Getty Images

In the day's early kick-off, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur shared the spoils at White Hart Lane. The Reds took the lead from the penalty spot through James Milner, who was again deployed as a left-back by manager Jurgen Klopp. But Tottenham found an equalising goal in the 72nd minute through Danny Rose, who squeezed home a cross from Eric Dier.