After a long international break, the Premier League finally returned on Saturday and there were some entertaining encounters – along with unusual moments.
Here, Sports mail brings you six things that you may have overlooked …
Fans protest against "greed" in the Premier League
The five million pound "golden handshake" received by the division's clubs, Richard Scudamore, Premier of the Premier League, angered many fans
Above all, the fans of Liverpool appreciated the payment during their game to Watford. Reds fans unfurled a banner labeled "Greed" and hit on the payment Scudamore received.
Liverpool fans met at the £ 5 million "golden handshake" received from Scudamore
David de Gea plays his 250th game in the Premier League
If David de Gea is at his best, he is undoubtedly one of the outstanding goalkeepers in the Premier League, and the Spaniard reached a milestone in his career on Saturday.
De Gea, who joined Manchester United in 2011, made his 250th appearance in the Premier League when his team hosted Crystal Palace at Old Trafford.
Fittingly, de Gea had conceded a goal, although he was frustrated that United had not managed to find the goal in the scoreless draw.
David de Gea had a perfect goal in his 250th Premier League game for Manchester United
Kane and Luiz get a jersey at the Wembley
It was a day that Chelsea had to forget at Wembley Stadium when his unbeaten run through Tottenham came to an end.
Harry Kane was the tormentor of the blues and could have had a lot of goals, but only decided on one.
David Luiz, however, made sure that the English captain left his mark, and a duel between the two players left Kane with a heavily torn shirt.
David Luiz and Harry Kane were involved in a meaty fight when Tottenham defeated Chelsea
The English captain had crushed his collar from Luiz and had a big crack in the front
Kane moved quickly and back to action, pulling on a fresh Spurs shirt
Tony Bellew watches as Everton beats Cardiff
Tony Bellew confirmed his retirement from boxing on Friday and the 35-year-old will now have plenty of time to watch his beloved Everton game.
Bellew was there when Everton competed against Cardiff at Goodison Park. The former cruiserweight champion beaten by Oleksandr Usyk in his final battle saw Everton win 1-0 thanks to Gylfi Sigurdsson's goal.
Tony Bellew watched as Everton beat Cardiff after announcing his retirement from boxing
Salah becomes Liverpool's top scorer under Jurgen Klopp
It was no surprise to see Mohamed Salah again in the score when Liverpool beat Watford 3-0.
Salah's hit means he is now Liverpool's top scorer with 39 goals under Jurgen Klopp.
This performance is all the more remarkable since he has played only 41 percent of the games of Liverpool since his arrival at Klopp.
Mohamed Salah is Liverpool's top scorer after Jurgen Klopp after his last goal
It can still take a month until Christmas, but some games on Saturday were more festive.
Watford's Roberto Pereyra wore a Mickey Mouse-inspired hat before his game against Liverpool. Meanwhile, a Brighton fan also had unusual headwear for novelties.
Roberto Pereyra had an interesting hat to worry about losing his team to Liverpool
A Brighton fan wears some unusual headgear before his game against Leicester