Manchester United have ended Saturday bottom of the English Premier League for the first time since August 1992 after losing 4-0 at Brentford.
It is the first season since the inaugural Premier League campaign in which a United team has lost their opening two fixtures.
At the other end of the table sit rivals Manchester City after the champions crushed promoted Bournemouth 4-0 to maintain their fast start.
Arsenal joined them on six points on Saturday as former City striker Gabriel Jesus struck twice and made two more in a 4-2 win over Leicester City.
Leeds United also looked on course for a second successive win but squandered a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with Southampton — one of three draws on a sultry Saturday afternoon.
Both Manchester games were done-and-dusted before half-time, City being three-up after 37 minutes, United four-down after 35.
It was the first time in the Premier League era the Red Devils were four down at half-time.
Goalkeeper David De Gea gifted the first two to Josh Dasilva and Mathias Jensen before Ben Mee helped himself to a third and Bryan Mbeumo hit a stylish fourth on a chastening afternoon for new Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag.
City, bidding for a fifth Premier League title in six seasons, had cruised to an opening win at West Ham United and were equally dominant against Bournemouth.
They wasted no time getting into their stride as Erling Haaland marked his home debut with an assist for Ilkay Gundogan’s opener after 19 minutes.
City then cut loose and scored a sumptuous second 12 minutes later when Kevin De Bruyne curled a fine strike into the net with the outside of his foot.
Phil Foden added another before halftime from De Bruyne’s assist with the fourth courtesy of Jefferson Lerma’s own goal.
The arrival of Jesus has created quite a buzz at Arsenal and the Brazilian marked his home debut with a virtuoso display with two goals and two assists against Leicester.
A delightful chip gave his side the lead in the 23rd minute and he made it 2-0 with a header at the far post.
Leicester twice clawed themselves back to within a goal of the hosts thanks to an own goal by William Saliba, who like Jesus was making his home debut, and James Maddison.
But Arsenal were always a step ahead with Jesus setting up Granit Xhaka and Gabriel Martinelli scoring immediately after Leicester’s replies.
Leeds looked set for an away win at Southampton with Rodrigo’s brace putting them in control by the hour mark.
But goals by Kyle Walker-Peters and Joe Aribo earned Southampton their first point of the campaign.
Everton suffered a second successive defeat as they went down 2-1 at Aston Villa for whom Danny Ings and substitute Emiliano Buendia were both on target.
Fulham, who drew with Liverpool in their first game back in the top flight, missed the chance to earn their first win as Aleksander Mitrovic had a second-half penalty saved by Jose Sa in a 0-0 draw at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Brighton and Hove Albion and Newcastle United also ended scoreless.
All games involved water breaks as much of Britain continued to swelter in a heatwave with temperatures reaching the mid 30s Celsius on Saturday.