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Premier League Round-Up Week One...

Spanish midfielder Michu netted twice on his debut, as did Nathan Dyer, and Scott Sinclair wrapped up the scoring with a penalty three minutes before the end.

Swansea were joined in the five-star club by Fulham, who thrashed Norwich 5-0 at Craven Cottage.

Norwich conceded 66 goals in the Premier League last season, more than any of the 17 teams that avoided relegation, and new coach Chris Hughton will have to focus on his side's defensive frailties if they are to come close to last season's creditable 12th place.

Mladen Petric scored twice on his debut, after Damien Duff netted the opener.

Alex Kacaniklic scored a fourth from close range, then Steve Sidwell converted a late penalty after Hugo Rodellaga had been fouled in the area.

Brendan Rodgers' first game in charge of Liverpool against West Brom at the Hawthorns did not go to script - the Reds lost 3-0 and had Daniel Agger sent off for a professional foul.

The Baggies netted through Zoltan Gera, a Peter Odemwingie penalty and a debut goal for Romelu Lukaku, while Luis Suarez was guilty of a couple of appalling misses for Liverpool.

Reading's Adam Le Fondre scored a late penalty to earn a 1-1 draw against Stoke, after Dean Whitehead was sent off for a second yellow card following a foul on substitute Gareth McCleary.

Royals keeper Adam Federici had handed Stoke the lead after misjudging a shot from debutant Michael Kightly.

West Ham beat Aston Villa 1-0 at Upton Park on their Premier League return.

The goal came five minutes before half-time when Ricardo Vaz Te crossed for Kevin Nolan to score from close range.

Arsenal drew 0-0 with Sunderland at The Emirates, though Santo Cazorla impressed on his debut for the Gunners.

 

Swansea showed that there is life after Brendan Rodgers with an emphatic 5-0 victory over Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road.

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