Manchester City has also won the third Premier League from as many matches played, triumphing in the trip to Sheffield United with a score of 1-2.
The Citizens were better from the start of the match, creating good scoring chances.
But the best opportunity was given to Erling Haaland, however, the Norwegian failed to convert from the penalty spot in the 37th minute.
With the score 0-0, the two teams went to a 15-minute break.
On the hour mark, Erling Haaland made up for his mistake by scoring after being assisted by Jack Grealish to give City a 0-1 lead.
Jayden Bogle equalized for the home side at 1-1 five minutes from time.
However, the reigning champion of England showed their strength and only three minutes later they found the winning goal, when the Spanish midfielder Rodri scored.
This was City’s third win this season and now alone leads the English championship with nine points.
The next game City will play in front of their fans against Fulham, while Sheffield United again play at home where they host Everton.