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Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola

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Kal Sajad

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'Defensive errors cost us'

Stoke 0-4 Chelsea

Stoke City

Stoke manager Mark Hughes: "We made too many mistakes against a team who can exploit that. We were tested a little bit when it comes to personnel. Today we were missing five centre-backs.

"They will be delighted with a 4-0 scoreline. It has flattered them somewhat. Circumstances meant that we weren’t getting anything out of it. Defensive errors took it away from us."

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'Morata is so sharp'

Stoke 0-4 Chelsea

Kevin Kilbane

Former Republic of Ireland winger

You can see that Alvaro Morata has adapted to the Premier League. Chelsea tried to get Romelu Lukaku but Morata isn't a bad second choice.

His stand out thing is his movement. It is sensational. He is so sharp and he plays off the shoulder of the defenders.

He will have players who will be able to create goals for him.

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Sane and Sterling

Chris Bevan

BBC Sport at Etihad Stadium

Manchester City hammer Crystal Palace with Raheem Sterling scoring twice as the Eagles' wait for a league goal this season goes on.

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"Shall we score a goal for you?"

Man City 3-0 Crystal Palace

Chris Bevan

BBC Sport at Etihad Stadium

The Manchester City fans are singing again, unsurprisingly. Some Palace fans might take them up on their offer too... it has now been 600 minutes since their team last scored in the Premier League, on 14 May.

In that time, City have scored 27 league goals (in one game more, admittedly) and Sergio Aguero has scored seven of them. A reminder he is yet to find the net today...

"Raheem Sterling, he's top of the league"

Man City 2-0 Crystal Palace

Chris Bevan

BBC Sport at Etihad Stadium

That's what the Manchester City fans are singing, and it is factually correct - City are now above their neighbours on goal difference, rather than relying on alphabetical priority as they were before kick-off, and when City and United were both leading 1-0 today.

Some home fans who were slow to return to their seats after their half-time pies and pints will have missed their side's second goal, but one City supporter near me sprinted down the steps quicker than Leroy Sane managed to get down the wing in order to get a decent vantage point.

He was still celebrating the goal - and singing the above song - as he sat down. Nice work.

Raheem Sterling
AFP

Hennessey heckled... before City find a way through

Man City 1-0 Crystal Palace

Chris Bevan

BBC Sport at Etihad Stadium

Chants of "Leroy, Leroy, Leroy" echoed around the Etihad Stadium after Leroy Sane finally made the breakthrough for Manchester City just before the break, but there has not been much else for the home fans to shout about - and for all City's possession (69%) and pressure, you would hardly say that goal had been coming.

When the opposition keeper is being heckled for taking too long over goal-kicks, which was the treatment Wayne Hennessey was getting for most of the first half, you know things are not going to plan for Pep Guardiola's side.

Hennessey had not been seriously tested before Sane beat him with what was only City's third shot on target - and while Palace are yet to hit the target at all (that Ruben Loftus-Cheek shot against the post does not count) this has not been anything like the one-sided match that many people predicted.

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'City are so creative'

Manchester City 1-0 Crystal Palace

Pat Nevin

Ex-Chelsea winger on 5 live Sport

Manchester City are so creative and they have so many good players in the team who are equally capable of scoring.

What do Crystal Palace do now? Do they go out and attack and try and get back into the game? That might not work either.

Frustration for Man City as Palace hold firm

Manchester City 0-0 Crystal Palace

Chris Bevan

BBC Sport at Etihad Stadium

So far, so good for Crystal Palace, who look well-drilled and determined - less so for Manchester City, who are playing too many loose passes when they do find space in the Eagles half. Kevin de Bruyne and Raheem Sterling have both been guilty of that in the last few minutes.

The home fans are trying to rouse their side and are loudly urging them forward, but all too often those shouts are ending in howls of frustration as the ball finds a black Palace shirt, not a blue City one.

Sergio Aguero
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Saj Chowdhury

BBC Sport

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Will it start raining goals at the Etihad?

Man City 0-0 Crystal Palace

Chris Bevan

BBC Sport at Etihad Stadium

The sun was out at the Etihad Stadium earlier but the dark Mancunian skies currently look as menacing as the Manchester City attack has been this season. A downpour is going to come any minute, I think.

On the pitch, City are looking more and more dangerous, but it has not started raining goals yet either. Palace are well organised at the back, and are breaking forward well too, so it is far from one-way traffic.

Manchester City
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'Morata movement is perfection'

Stoke City 0-1 Chelsea

Pat Nevin

Ex-Chelsea winger on 5 live Sport

Is Morata allowed to score with his feet rather than his head?

His movement is perfection for a centre-forward. I'm not saying he is a better player than Diego Costa but his movement is much better.

Chelsea celebrate
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Been there, bought the Aguero record t-shirt? Not today...

Man City 0-0 Crystal Palace

Chris Bevan

BBC Sport at Etihad Stadium

Aguero shower set
BBC Sport

If Sergio Aguero does the biz and breaks the Manchester City scoring record today then I am sad to say that City fans will not be able to rush out to buy a t-shirt saying 'I was there'.

According to staff I spoke to in the club's megastore, they will be doing one when he breaks the record, but it will probably take a week or so to hit the shelves.

Any Aguero merchandise is pretty thin on the ground in-store from what I could see - just one t-shirt, and not a mention of THAT title-winning goal against QPR in sight.

Worry not, though, if Aguero bags a hat-trick and you have £50 to spare then you can buy yourself an Aguero men's grooming kit to mark the occasion.

See Aguero break the record - and say "I was there"?

Man City v Crystal Palace (15:00 BST)

Chris Bevan

BBC Sport at Etihad Stadium

City fans Rachel and Jonathan Jackson
BBC Sport

It is safe to say that - the travelling Palace fans apart, obviously - most people inside the Etihad Stadium are hoping to see Sergio Aguero get the hat-trick he needs to beat Eric Brook's record of 177 goals and become Manchester City's all-time leading scorer.

Among those who would love to be able to say 'I was there' is Rachel Jackson, who is over from Bangor in Northern Ireland to see her first City game, with her dad, Jonathan.

Aguero is Rachel's favourite player, and she told BBC Sport: "He's fantastic - he scores lots of goals, all of the time. This is my first match and I would be very happy if I saw him break the record."

City fans Rachel and Jonathan Jackson
BBC Sport

Dad Jonathan, who is originally from Manchester and is a former season-ticket holder, says: "We flew here this morning and we have only just managed to get here because we had a three-hour delay.

"We are both very tired but hopefully it will be worth it - it would be great to see Sergio do it today - finger's crossed he does."

'Lose something but gain something'

Stoke City v Chelsea (15:00 BST)

Pat Nevin

Ex-Chelsea winger on 5 live Sport

I don't think there are many players who can do what Diego Costa can do, so of course Chelsea will miss that.

He is an exceptional player but I don't think his movement is as good as Alvaro Morata, so Chelsea will gain something and they will lose something.

'Spurs lost clinical edge'

West Ham 2-3 Tottenham

Matthew Upson

Former West Ham defender on BBC Radio 5 live

I feel that Spurs lost that clinical edge that they showed so well in the first-half. That was the major turning point and also the reaction from West Ham.

To come back the way they did was great and they really made it difficult for Spurs in the end.