Long and Walters on target
Premier League review:A clinical first-half display saw West Ham pick up a comfortable 3-0 win in their London derby against Fulham. Debutant Andy Carroll was in lively form and added a cutting edge to the Hammers' frontline before appearing to tweak a hamstring in the second half.
Captain Kevin Nolan opened the scoring for the home side inside the opening minute and they were out of sight by the break thanks to further goals from Winston Reid and Matt Taylor.
Dimitar Berbatov came off the bench for Fulham at the break and looked dangerous, as Damien Duff and Hugo Rodallega both drew saves from Jussi Jaaskelainen.
Carroll's involvement appears to have come at a cost to England.
"It's a huge result but the only real disappointment for us is Andy might have tweaked a hamstring," the West Ham boss told Sky Sports 2. "It is hugely disappointing if that's the case...but it will be unlikely he goes (away with England). I don't think he's much chance - sadly for Roy (England manager, Hodgson) and sadly for us. It depends on the extent of the damage.
"He is desperate to play football. We had Carlton Cole warmed up and ready to go and Andy was going to be substituted anyway in the next couple of minutes. But unusually he did it (injured the hamstring) on the jump."
West Bromcontinued their unbeaten start to the season with a 2-0 victory over Evertonat the Hawthorns.
Republic of Ireland striker Shane Long opening the scoring after meeting a superb cross from Peter Odemwingie, who had just stepped off the bench.
Gareth McAuley then added the second following poor defending at a corner from Everton to reward the Baggies' dominance.
Norwichleft White Hart Lane with a deserved point after Robert Snodgrass struck a second-half equaliser in a 1-1 draw with Tottenham.
Mousa Dembele celebrated his Spurs debut by pouncing in the 69th minute with wonderful skill and a fine finish that showed the €18.8 million signing from Fulham at his creative best.
The first half has been controlled by Norwich with only sharp reflexes from Brad Friedel denying Russell Martin and Snodgrass. But it came as no surprise when Grant Holt set up Snodgrass to level and Spurs' problems grew when substitute Tom Huddlestone was harshly shown a straight red card for his tackle on Jonny Howson.
New signing Steven Fletcher struck twice but Sunderlandwere still forced to settle for a 2-2 draw with Swanseaat Liberty Stadium.
Fletcher, whose arrival from Wolves cost the Black Cats €15 million, opened his account by tucking home an ill-advised back pass from Ashley Williams.
Wayne Routledge equalised for Swansea, but on the stroke of half-time Fletcher stabbed home his second.
Swansea were not finished, however, with Spanish midfielder Michu nodding home his fourth goal of the season. Michu's fellow Spaniard Chico Flores was then shown a straight red card for a dangerous high tackle on Louis Saha.
Peter Crouch nodded home from close range as Stokecame from behind twice to draw 2-2 with Wiganat DW Stadium.
Shaun Maloney gave Wigan the lead from the spot after James McCarthy's shot struck Robert Huth's outstretched arm.
Stoke responded in kind through Jon Walters from the penalty spot.
Franco di Santo appeared to have fired the winner after combining well with the creative Arouna Kone, only for Crouch to hit the target.