Sergio Aguero scored a brace as Manchester City came from behind twice to rescue a point in their 2-2 draw against West Ham United.
Enner Valencia opened the scoring in the first minute, but the lead only lasted eight minutes as Aguero was on hand to score from the penalty spot.
Dimitri Payet could have restored the Hammers lead but he was denied a superb goal by a stunning Joe Hart save.
That nonetheless, Valencia gave the Hammers the lead again on 56 after City were caught napping from a quick throw-in – but Aguero’s close-range finish ensured City left the capital with a point.
Saturday’s game at Uptown Park got off to a stunning start as the Hammers took the lead after just 53 seconds – the second fastest of the Premier League season so far.
Cheikhou Kouyate went on a driving run and ghosted past Yaya Toure before seeing his cross deflect into the path of Valencia, who gave Hart no chance with sublime right-footed finish.
City nearly drew level on seven minutes, though, when Aguero lifted a left-footed lob over Adrian, only to see the ball hit the upright and end up in the goalkeeper’s arms.
Manuel Pellegrini’s men had the momentum and won a spot-kick on eight minutes when Carl Jenkinson clumsily bundled over Aguero in the 18-yard box.
The Argentina striker picked himself up and coolly sent Adrian the wrong way, rolling his penalty kick into the bottom left-hand corner