Chelsea now sit joint top of the table with Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool who ran out 2-1 winners over Spurs at Wembley in today's early kick off.
More history could have be made on Saturday as Watford also began the season perfectly, with four wins in four.
"Nobody will play the flawless season. We need to improve, but we are able to and can improve very quickly". But I think we can improve.
Spurs paid a heavy price for the absence of captain Hugo Lloris through injury as stand-in goalkeeper Michel Vorm flapped at a corner six minutes before the break and Georginio Wijnaldum looped a header over the line before Vorm could scramble clear.
Liverpool and Chelsea set Premier League first with flawless starts
Brazilian star Roberto Firmino netted the second goal for Liverpool in the 54th minute, but Tottenham pulled one back at the death through Eric Lamela who was assisted by Kieran Trippier.
However, the visitors had to see out a nervy final few seconds when Erik Lamela skillfully volleyed home from a narrow angle and Son Heung-min had a penalty appeal waived away with the final attack of the game. "Chelsea is his home, of course", Sarri said at a press conference, according to FootballItalia.
Chelsea on the other, have failed to agree to a contract renewal with Hazard and he has just two years left on his current existing deal and the summer window is still to close for the La Liga.
As a team, though, the Blues were not at their fluid best despite matching their best-ever start to a Premier League season with a fifth win from five. However, they shouldn't underestimate Cardiff.
Seven minutes later he gave Chelsea the lead. This marked the 200th game for Mesut Ozil with Arsenal.
Florence begins slow assault on Carolinas
The Miami-based center says the center of Florence will approach the coasts of North and SC later today. Forecasters say 40 inches (one meter) of rain are possible along the coast of North Carolina .
Florence makes landfall in US
"The sun rose this morning on an extremely risky situation and it's going to get worse", he said at a news conference in Raleigh. More than 722,000 homes and businesses were without power in the Carolinas early on Friday, utility officials said.
NASA footage reveals the 'menacing' Hurricane Florence
The ocean waters that Florence is travelling over are about 2.7 degrees (1.5 degrees Celsius) warmer than normal, McNoldy said. Thinking of the outages likely to come, it also warns to use grills and generators outside - away from doors and windows.