Conte's worst nightmare as Cahill, Fabregas see red in Chelsea defeat

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The Clarets made their numerical advantage count 10 minutes later as Vokes fired in his first of the afternoon from a Matt Lowton delivery.

Stephen Ward scored the second goal for Watford in the 39th minutes before Sam Vokes netted his second goal of the match in the 43rd minutes as both side went to the break with the visitors leading.

Turns out Morata can play, and his diving header met a classy bit of playmaking from Willian to make it 3-1 in the 69th minute.

Cesc Fabregas received his marching orders seven minutes before the end of the game for his second yellow card for a foul committed against Jack Cork.

Burnley produced the first shock result of the Premier League season, beating champions Chelsea with a remarkable performance at Stamford Bridge.

Mounie, who joined the promoted side from France's Montpellier in July, scored his second goal 12 minutes from time in a counter-attack after being set up by substitute Collin Quaner.

Jeremie Boga, a 20-year-old French forward, was even given a debut.

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Asked whether he sensed the champions were vulnerable without Eden Hazard, Diego Costa, Pedro and Tiemoue Bakayoko, he added: "I don't think so".

After just 15 minutes, they were also reduced to ten men when Gary Cahill was given a straight red card.

Chelsea are the league's best team when it comes to opening the season.

But Rooney ended a scrappy first half when he headed in to mark his Goodison homecoming in the best possible style.

Premier League new boys Huddersfield have three points on the board after a terrific 3-0 win over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. That it took until a 2-0 win at Crystal Palace on April 29 to pick up their first away victory says an terrible lot.

"We did everything to win the game but we couldn't", said Southampton manager Mauricio Pellegrini, who replaced Claude Puel in the offseason.

Soon after, Vokes had a goal called offside.

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