What the papers say: Charlton win, Millwall held and West Ham stumble
The form table was turned on its head this weekend.
Charlton recorded their first win of the season against high-flying Leicester City at The Valley, while Millwall came close to causing an upset at Brighton. Meanwhile, West Ham suffered their first defeat of the campaign in a clash with Stoke City.
Leicester must hate playing against former striker Yann Kermorgant who headed home the second goal in Charlton's 2-1 win on Saturday.
According to the Express, manager Chris Powell said of the French striker, who has scored three in three games against the Foxes: "When Yann plays like he did today I don't think there are many strikers better than him."
Meanwhile, Leicester boss Nigel Pearson was furious over the sending off of Matty James, only saying it wasn't for dissent after he was seen appealing for a penalty during the second half.
"We have been told what the second yellow card is for and will wait for the report," Pearson told the Telegraph.
Millwall were thwarted at Brighton, when a late equaliser cancelled out Martyn Woolford's 51st minute goal for the Lions.
The sending off of Alan Dunne with 14 minutes remaining was the turning point according to manager Steve Lomas. The Millwall boss then told BBC he was very keen for more signings but needed to sell first.
"Too many players have become stale," he said. "Hopefully we can shift a few on and be creative."
West Ham suffered the disappointment of their first defeat of the season in Saturday's clash with Stoke City.
According to manager Sam Allardyce the 1-0 defeat, which came from a late goal by Jermaine Pennant, was a rude-awakening for West Ham.
"It was an off-day for us," he told the Independent. "It shows we're still not established in the Premier League." .
Meanwhile, the Hammers were dealt a blow with the news Stewart Downing would be out for up to three weeks with injury, according to the Mail.
And they hinted a recall for wantaway forward Ricardo Vaz Te could be on the cards.