Premier League lovers were treated to a goal feast on Saturday as a side scored three goals in every one of the first five games.
With an average of more than four goals a game and a host of other important stuff to entertain you, here’s our round-up of the day’s action.
Arsenal 3-1 Stoke
Burnley 3-2 Bournemouth
Hull 3-3 Crystal Palace
Swansea 3-0 Sunderland
Okaka! Obaby! What a finish #WATEVE— Jonty Forster (@jontyforster) December 10, 2016
Watford’s new recruit said he has scored “three or four times” like this in the past in an interview with Sky Sports after the game too – so be on the lookout for more magic from him in the future.
Burnley had to hold on for their win over Bournemouth despite twice having a two-goal lead so Hendrick’s screamer was essential.
No wonder he was looking happy.
In a topsy-turvy encounter Palace went from being 2-1 up to 3-2 down all before coming back to level it in the 89th minute through Frazier Campbell’s header.
FULL-TIME Hull 3-3 Crystal Palace. Fraizer Campbell’s late header seals a point for Palace in a thrilling #PL encounter #HULCRY pic.twitter.com/cG1QYwvGdp— Premier League (@premierleague) December 10, 2016
So the hashtag for today's early kick off is #WATEVE
Genuinely couldn't have put it better myself.— Grovesy (@Grov_esy) December 10, 2016
Watford versus Everton wasn’t filling many with excitement before kick-off – so its trending hashtag couldn’t have felt more appropriate.
To be fair it wasn’t a bad game in the end though, with five goals between the teams. But whatever.
We're into the eighth minute and Turf Moor applauds for @HarryArter2. Class all round. #afcb 🍒— AFC Bournemouth (@afcbournemouth) December 10, 2016
In the eighth minute all of Turf Moor applauded to show their support for the Bournemouth number eight.
He’s called Speedo Mick and it’s December – need we say more?