Richarlison ruthless, Keita elegant – 5 Premier League debutants who impressed


A bunch of recent signings made their debuts because the Premier League season bought beneath manner over the weekend.

Right here, Soccer Paradise picks out 5 who impressed.


Apparently Everton have been paying for potential once they splashed round £40million on the 21-year-old Brazilian winger from Watford. Two debut targets – a poacher’s strike and a chic end – within the 2-2 draw with Wolves proved Richarlison is able to make an instantaneous impression.

Naby Keita

Liverpool v West Ham United – Premier League – Anfield
Naby Keita ran rings round West Ham (David Davies/PA)

Merely bossed the midfield as Liverpool romped to a Four-Zero win over West Ham. The 23-year-old, who moved to Anfield from RB Leipzig, seems to be proper at residence in Steven Gerrard’s outdated quantity eight shirt. Keita’s poise, passing and tempo will likely be an enormous weapon for the Reds this season.


The £50million seize from Napoli fashioned Chelsea’s new-look midfield axis alongside N’Golo Kante and slotted in seamlessly. Each bought on the scoresheet, Jorginho with a coolly-taken penalty, in an in the end snug Three-Zero win over Huddersfield.

David Brooks

Nottingham Forest v AFC Bournemouth – Pre Season Friendly – City Ground
David Brooks impressed on his Bournemough debut (Mike Egerton/PA)

Bournemouth’s £10million signing from Sheffield United loved a advantageous debut within the 2-Zero win over Cardiff.  The 21-year-old confirmed a neat contact and no little talent, with Cherries boss Eddie Howe saying: “He’s young, yes, but he’s talented and I think you saw a glimpse of what his potential is.”

Joe Hart

The much-maligned goalkeeper might have misplaced his England spot at this summer season’s World Cup, however he has made some new pals at Burnley following a strong debut. Saves to disclaim Jack Stephens and Mario Lemina helped safe a degree from a goalless draw at Southampton.

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