London: This time, Leeds were on the right end of a 4-3 thriller in the Premier League.
A week after losing at champions Liverpool by the same score line on the opening day of the season, Leeds were involved in another wild contest in their first home game back in the division and came out on top against fellow promoted team Fulham.
Helder Costa scored in each half for Leeds, the second goal proving to be the winner at an empty Elland Road for Marcelo Bielsa's attack-minded side.
Fulham, who had two goals from striker Aleksandar Mitrovic, have now lost back-to-back games to open the season, having already been beaten 3-0 by Arsenal.
Between them, Leeds and Fulham have conceded 14 goals in four games so far. West Bromwich Albion, the other side promoted from the second-tier Championship for this season, have conceded eight.
Costa gave Leeds a fifth-minute lead by slamming a shot in off the bar from an acute angle after Fulham midfielder Harrison Reed inadvertently flicked on a corner by the hosts.
Penalties have been a feature of the first two rounds of the league and there were two in six minutes here.
In the 35th, Mitrovic converted a spot kick after Robin Koch tripped Joe Bryan, despite trying to pull out of his attempted tackle. Koch also gave away a penalty at Anfield last weekend.
Mateusz Klich replied with one of his own for Leeds in the 41st after Bryan pushed Patrick Bamford in the back.
Bamford then scored for the second straight match by stroking home a finish following a pass from Klich, before providing the cross that Costa swept in in the 57th for 4-1.
Fulham fought back through goals by Bobby Reid in the 62nd " four minutes after coming on as a substitute " and Mitrovic in the 67th but Leeds held on.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin hat-trick sees Everton beat West Brom
Dominic Calvert-Lewin hit a hat-trick and James Rodriguez bagged his first Premier League goal as Everton crushed 10-man West Bromwich Albion 5-2 to extend their perfect start to the season.
Carlo Ancelotti's side fell behind to Grady Diangana's early goal at Goodison Park.
But Calvert-Lewin equalised and James put them ahead before West Brom imploded.
Kieran Gibbs was dismissed for pushing James in the face in first-half stoppage-time.
Then Albion boss Slaven Bilic was sent to the stands after storming onto the pitch for a furious rant at referee Mike Dean.
Matheus Pereira equalised for Albion after the interval, but Michael Keane restored Everton's lead and Calvert-Lewin sealed the points with his second and third goals.
At 23, Calvert-Lewin is the youngest Englishman to score a Premier League hat-trick for Everton.
After a summer spending spree, Ancelotti is under pressure to deliver a big improvement on last season's 12th place finish and the early signs are promising.
Having beaten Tottenham in their opening game last weekend, Everton have started a Premier League season with consecutive victories for the first time since 2012-13.
Calvert-Lewin already has four goals and Colombia midfielder James, making his first home appearance since his £12 million from Real Madrid, looks a quality addition.
If West Brom are to avoid an immediate return to the Championship, they will have to improve their defence rapidly after shipping eight goals in successive defeats.
Diangana put West Brom ahead in the 10th minute when he advanced from inside his own half before drilling a long-range drive past Jordan Pickford.
Calvert-Lewin equalised in the 31st minute with a back-heel from virtually on the goalline after Albion defender Darnell Furlong inadvertently headed Seamus Coleman's cross into his path.
The goal was initially disallowed for offside before a VAR review changed the decision in Everton's favour.
James put Everton in front in the 45th minute when he took Richarlison's pass and lashed a fine low finish into the far corner from 20 yards.
Gibbs added to West Brom's woes when he was sent off for lashing out at James in retaliation for a challenge by the Colombian.
Bilic lost his cool as well moments later, angrily telling Dean that his decisions could "kill" his team.
Now watching from the stands after his dismissal, Bilic saw Pereira equalise with a superb free-kick in the 47th minute.
But Keane poked Everton back in front after Richarlison's header was pushed out by Sam Johnstone in the 54th minute.
Calvert-Lewin struck again in the 62nd minute, the striker sliding in to meet Richarlison's cross with a close-range finish.
And Calvert-Lewin's red-hot start to the season continued four minutes later when he completed his hat-trick as the ball bounced off his back into the net.
With inputs from Agencies.