After a nail-biting 3-2 victory over Liverpool on Sunday night at the Emirates Stadium, in which Arsenal took the lead three times and conceded goals twice, the Gunners are back atop the Premier League standings.
The Gunners are being well-managed by Mikel Arteta, and their early-season performances demonstrate how far the Spaniard has brought them.
They are even currently ahead of Manchester City in the standings for the early-season title race.
Over at Stamford Bridge, Graham Potter seems to be having a fantastic start to life at Chelsea.
The former Brighton and Hove Albion manager won his second consecutive league game with Chelsea courtesy of a 3-0 win over struggling Wolverhampton Wanderers.
At Manchester, both Manchester City and Manchester United enjoyed wins this weekend over Southampton and Everton respectively.
After the match day 9 games, we saw major changes in the league table as Chelsea climbed back on top and Liverpool fall back to 10th.
Chelsea and Manchester United maintain their positions in the table with Tottenham just above them. Here’s what the full premier league table looks like.