LIVERPOOL, England --
Mark Noble scored and was later sent off as West Ham stunned Liverpool 3-0 at Anfield on Saturday in a Premier League game that both teams finished with 10 men.
Manuel Lanzini put the visitors ahead after just three minutes and Noble added the second against the run of play in the 29th as West Ham earned its second win of the season - having beaten Arsenal away on the opening weekend.
Things got worse for Liverpool when Philippe Coutinho picked up his second yellow card in the 53rd minute as Brendan Rodgers' team fell to its first loss of the campaign.
Noble was then sent off for a lunging challenge in the 79th but Diafra Sakho polished off the win in injury time.
Callum Wilson was on target for Bournemouth again in the 1-1 home draw with Leicester, following his hat-trick at West Ham.
Wilson's overhead kick put Bournemouth ahead midway through the first half but the Cherries, who had $12 million summer signing Tyrone Mings carried off on a stretcher after the break, were pegged back by Jamie Vardy's penalty four minutes from time.
Stoke had two men sent off in a 1-0 home defeat to West Brom as referee Michael Oliver handed out first-half red cards to Ibrahim Afellay and Charlie Adam.
Affelay was banished for slapping Craig Gardner and Adam went for following through on Craig Dawson, and Salomon Rondon made nine-man Stoke pay on the stroke of half-time with his first goal since his $18 million move from Zenit St. Petersburg.
Aston Villa and Sunderland shared the points in a 2-2 draw after summer signing Yann M'Vila had given the Black Cats an early lead.
Scott Sinclair added to his Capital One League Cup hat-trick in midweek with a double, one a penalty, to give Villa a halftime lead, but Jeremain Lens equalized for Sunderland seven minutes after the break to give Dick Advocaat's side only their second point of the season.
Information from FOXSoccer.com's newswire services contributed to this report.