MANCHESTER, England — Chelsea's winning start to the Premier League was ended by a dramatic goal from one of its greatest players while Manchester United's all-star attack was undermined by its jittery defense in a 5-3 loss at Leicester on Sunday.
Frank Lampard struggled to contain his emotions after grabbing 10-man Manchester City's 85th-minute equalizer in a 1-1 draw against Chelsea, the team which released him this summer after scoring a club-record 211 goals in 13 years.
"It is a special and weird day," said Lampard, who was applauded before and after the game by Chelsea's traveling support.
Manchester United lost a Premier League game for the first time after having a two-goal lead, conceding four goals in 20 minutes in a second-half implosion.
Tottenham and Everton were surprisingly beaten at home.