From a superb Cole Palmer performance to Simon Adingra’s brilliance, we hand out honors (and dishonors) from the Premier League weekend

There was a stretch last season when Chelsea scored just one goal in five Premier League matches. Graham Potter’s team were as boring as they were bad. Chelsea, sitting smack bang in mid-table with just four wins from 12 games, may still be bad, but they have at least stopped being boring.

Thirty-eight percent of Chelsea’s goals this season came in the 4-4 draw against Manchester City on Sunday. So too have 31% of the goals they have conceded. The match at Stamford Bridge showcased the unparalleled madness of the Premier League – you have to go as far back as last Monday’s barnstormer between Chelsea and Tottenham to find a game so chaotic and unrelenting.

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