And the new guys? All summer signings evaluated from Saturday's Premier League matches

The Italian midfielder of Chelsea Jorginho produced a performance full of balance and quality

Jorginho, Richarlison and Andre Schurrle were among the stars of the Premier League to debut the first Saturday of the season.

The Sportsmail football experts were in the stands to watch the summer signings in action and qualify their first appearances for their new clubs.

So, how did the new guys do it?

The Italian midfielder of Chelsea Jorginho produced a performance full of balance and quality

The Italian midfielder of Chelsea Jorginho produced a performance full of balance and quality

HUDDERSFIELD VS CHELSEA (Jack Gaughan)

HUDDERSFIELD

BEN HAMER 5

He looked very unstable and that is not surprising given that he has been more familiar with alternate banks than with phone lines in the last four years. Jonas Lossl will surely return between the clubs soon.

CHELSEA

KEPA ARRIZABALAGA 7

Absolutely no problems for the world record of £ 72 million, which comes to collect crossings and make routine stops without nonsense.

JORGINHO 8

The game ran. He just does not give away the ball, he is always available and Chelsea progresses on the court with balance and grace.

ADAMA DIAKHABY 6

They continued with 19 minutes to go as David Wagner tried to introduce additional energy, but it would be unfair to judge the end in this exit.

FULHAM VS CRYSTAL PALACE (Matt Barlow)

FULHAM

FABRI: Spanish goalkeeper signed from Besiktas. He made a couple of important saves and a hairy excursion from the goal. 6

CALUM CHAMBERS: ceded by Arsenal. Comfortable on the ball and ready to attack, but caught by Schlupp for the goal. 5

Fulham forward Schurrle was a constant threat to his pace and movement

Fulham forward Schurrle was a constant threat to his pace and movement

Fulham forward Schurrle was a constant threat to his pace and movement

ANDRE SCHURRLE: On loan from Borussia Dortmund. Acceleration bursts a reminder of your greatest asset. He could have won a penalty when he beat Sakho in the box but did not hit him. 6

MAXIME LE MARCHAND: The central half signed from Nice, like Chambers, seemed to be comfortable with the ball, but he found Benteke and Zaha. 5.5

JOE BRYAN: the last sighing deadline from Bristol City. Signs of good understanding with Sessegnon on the left. Sometimes Townsend is hard to contain. Was injured in the second half. 6.5

JEAN MICHAEL SERI: Exciting midfielder signed from Nice for 20 million pounds. He started slowly but gradually enjoyed the ball more and became busier. 6

ALEKSANDAR MITROVIC: Not completely new, but he turned his loan into a permanent Newcastle move and proved to be a good option for Fulham. Physical and forced rescues of Hennessey. 7

LUCIANO VIETTO: The loan end of Atlético came as a substitute for Bryan in the second half. 5.

CRYSTAL PALACE

CHIEKHOU KOUYATE: He turned on the last two minutes to replace Townsend and still had time to force a rescue. 6

NEWCASTLE VS TOTTENHAM (Craig Hope)

NEWCASTLE

SALOMON RONDON 6/10 – West Brom loanee was upset after the presentation in the second half and could have been the hero who saved points if his last effort had not touched the bar.

Salomon Rondon made an impact after coming as a substitute for Newcastle in the second half

Salomon Rondon made an impact after coming as a substitute for Newcastle in the second half

Salomon Rondon made an impact after coming as a substitute for Newcastle in the second half

YOSHINORI MUTO 6/10 – The Japan striker only had 10 minutes to make an impact and was neat and tidy during that period without ever being threatening.

TOTTENHAM

Tottenham became the first club in the Premier League not to sign anyone in the summer window since the current system was adopted in 2003, so they had to rely on the stars of last season, with Jan Vertonghen and Dele There he produced the products despite returning to training last week after his participation in the semifinals of the World Cup.

WATFORD VS BRIGHTON (Adam Crafton)

WATFORD

BEN FOSTER – 7/10 – Returning for the first time since his loan spell at Watford 11 years ago, Foster did not have to face a target shot, but was a set-pieces commander.

KEN SEMA – The end signed by Ostersunds played the last ten minutes and seemed orderly.

Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma found it difficult to go against Watford on Saturday

Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma found it difficult to go against Watford on Saturday

Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma found it difficult to go against Watford on Saturday

BRIGHTON

BERNARDO – 6/10 – Signed from Leipzig for 8.5 million pounds sterling, the left-back changed from left to right after Bruno's injury, but was rarely comfortable.

YVES BISSOUMA 6/10 – The creative midfielder of £ 13m came in after an hour, but Brighton still did not shoot at goal.

ALIREZA JAHANBAKHSH 6/10 – Alkmaar's 17m winger impressed at the Iran World Cup and looked pale in the last 20 minutes of this.

BOURNEMOUTH VS CARDIFF (Kieran Gill)

BOURNEMOUTH

DAVID BROOKS 7.5 / 10

The 21-year-old Sheffield United driver worked hard all afternoon in front of Wales manager Ryan Giggs.

CARDIFF

BOBBY REID 5/10

It is not your day. A shot opportunity from a free kick and summed up his unfortunate afternoon here.

JOSH MURPHY 6/10

It came as a substitute for the last half hour when Cardiff chased a draw. He looked animated when he was on the left wing and tried to create.

WATFORD VS EVERTON (Laurie Whitwell)

WATFORD

RUI PATRICIO 6

He made a decent saving and was composed with the ball at his feet. Possibly he could have ordered a better area to open the goal.

JONNY OTTO 7

He showed clear signs of quality cut on the left flank, linking perfectly with the attack partners.

JOAO MOUTINHO 6

Skill skill but you need to accelerate your game to adapt to the Premier League. I had one more chance.

RAUL JIMÉNEZ 7

A very lively performance at the top, but missed a great opportunity when it was sent clean. The repair was made with the equalization header.

EVERTON

RICHARLISON 9

He sniffed his first, then fired a first class finish for his second. Great payment on your £ 40m fee already.

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