The World Cup was fun while it lasted but the Premier League is back in style.
Manchester United raised the curtain on the 2018/19 season with a 2-1 victory over Leicester.
Spurs followed that up on Saturday lunchtime with a win by the same scoreline against Newcastle.
Bournemouth, Crystal Palace, Chelsea and Watford all picked up three points on Saturday afternoon before the evening fixture - Wolves vs Everton.
Plenty of football fans and pundits are backing newly-promoted Wolves for a top-half finish after their impressive transfer activity this summer.
Meanwhile, Everton have also splashed the cash in the transfer window and will be looking at a top-six finish.
What followed was an incredibly entertaining match.
Everton’s £40 million signing Richarlison put the visitors ahead early on before Phil Jagielka’s red card on the edge of half-time.
Ruben Neves scored from the resulting free-kick to set up an interesting second-half.
It was the ten-men of Everton that took the lead when Richarlison scored his second with a little more than 20 minutes remaining.
But Neves produced another moment of magic with a sensational cross for Raul Jimenez with just 10 minutes remaining.
What a match.
However, it seems one man wasn’t too impressed - at least not with the home side.
EVERYONE HEARD MCMANAMAN'S COMMENT
That’s because, after the final whistle, co-commentator Steve McManaman was caught saying: “I don’t like Wolves” when he thought his mic was off.
Quite why McManaman doesn’t like Wolves is unknown but BT Sport have now been left in a slightly awkward situation.
Will they put McManaman on any further commentary duties when Wolves are playing?
Wolves fans will certainly hope not.News Now - Sport News