After the drama of the opening weekend, Premier League teams got another good look at each other over the weekend.
Newly-promoted Norwich City and Sheffield United showed it really is home sweet home, while Dani Ceballos left Arsenal fans purring after his starring role against Burnley on his home debut.
Here, Sportsmail's NATHAN SALT picks out 10 things he learned from the latest round of fixtures...
Ruben Neves netted a second-half stunner to salvage a point for Wolves against Man United
Martial can fill United's No 9 void
When Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sanctioned the departure of Romelu Lukaku to Inter Milan on deadline day, in the knowledge he would have no time to get in a replacement, questions were raised over who fills the void.
While the Belgian was often derided for his technique, he scored 46 goals during his time at the club and his departure has seen pressure increase on the outputs of Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood.
But Martial, fresh from netting in the 4-0 rout over Chelsea on the opening weekend, showed he is ready to step up to plug the No 9 gap with a clinical finish in the 1-1 draw against Wolves.
The Frenchman appears to have got the nod through the middle in Solskjaer's 4-2-3-1 system and his run from deep saw him latch onto Rashford's through ball for his 50th goal in a United shirt. If he carries on in this form, many more will soon follow.
Anthony Martial got his 50th Manchester United goal as he shows he can fill the void at No 9
Mane means business (again)
The Senegalese established himself as arguably Liverpool's most important player going forward last season as he hit 22 goals in 36 league games, on route to finishing second.
Having been rested against Norwich in the 2019-20 curtain raiser, Mane was quickly put back into the side and his goal on the stroke of half-time against his former club Southampton set the Reds on their way.
Mane's strike means he has scored more Premier League goals in 2019 than any other player (15).
And not a single penalty has been taken to contribute to that total. Despite a lack of big-name arrivals at Anfield this summer, a rejuvenated Mane can continue to fire Liverpool to domestic and European success.
No player has scored more Premier League goals in 2019 than Liverpool winger Sadio Mane
Blades show steel with win at home
Written off by bookmakers at the start of the season, the overwhelming opinion was that Sheffield United would make an immediate return to the Championship come the end of the season.
But what Sunday's 1-0 win over Crystal Palace showed was that few clubs will enjoy their visit to Bramall Lane this season.
Chris Wilder's side harnessed a buoyant home support and Palace simply could not stand up to it. John Lundstram got the only goal of the game - the club's first home goal in the Premier League in 12 years - and their watertight defence did the rest to see it out.
If they can win the bulk of their home matches, the Blades will have a fighting chance of staying up.
Sheffield United must turn Bramall Lane into a fortress this season in a bid to avoid relegation
Fit De Bruyne is like a man possessed
While Manchester City went on to secure a domestic treble last season, the injuries that troubled star man Kevin De Bruyne remained a worry.
He was in and out of the team but Pep Guardiola never lost sight of how much better they are with the Belgian pulling the strings.
Against Tottenham he was playing like a man possessed. Two assists - the first for Raheem Sterling was a spectacular cross from the right, showed he is fit and firing following a summer of recuperation.
He created nine chances in the game, which is more than any other player has managed in one match so far this season. With De Bruyne orchestrating, City look as lethal as ever.
Kevin De Bruyne played like a man possessed against Tottenham as he record two fine assists
Villa's barren run goes on
The last time Aston Villa fans saw a home win in the Premier League it was February 2016. Norwich City were the visitors that day but after the second round of matches this season, the wait goes on to end their barren run.
Norwich and Sheffield United crucially made home advantage count but for Villa they made the worst possible start.
Tom Heaton, an experienced goalkeeper at this level, gave away a