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Summary

  1. FT: Aston Villa 0-0 Newcastle
  2. FT: Chelsea 2-0 Leicester
  3. FT: Crystal Palace 1-3 West Ham
  4. FT: Southampton 0-0 West Brom
  5. FT: Swansea 1-0 Burnley
  6. FT: Aston Villa 0-0 Newcastle

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Time to call a halt to today's live football adventure but we will be back bright and breezy tomorrow ahead of Hull v Stoke, Tottenham v QPR and Sunderland v Manchester United.

Surely Louis Van Gaal's men can't lose again? Can they? Join us then but, for now, thanks for your company and cheerio.

MATCH OF THE DAY

And when does Match of the Day kick off you may ask.

They are go from 22:30 BST on BBC One. Robbie Savage and Alan Shearer will be in the studio with presenter Gary Lineker to reflect on the day's action for the 50th anniversary of the show.

Swansea 1-0 Burnley

Swansea City made it two wins from two Premier League games as they held on to beat promoted Burnley.

Nathan Dyer scored the game's only goal, with visiting keeper Tom Heaton failing to keep out his low shot.

Burnley came close to equalising through Lukas Jutkiewicz and David Jones in the second half.

Read the full report here.

Manager reaction

Southampton 0-0 West Brom

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman, speaking to Final Score, after his

side's goalless draw with West Brom: "It was difficult we didn't play well in moments in the last passing process.

"We know they are very organised, they stayed very compact and we didn't have the quality to create much. It was our first point, last week we played a lot better in a high tempo and that is what we need when we are playing at home."

Crystal Palace 1-3 West Ham

Garth Crooks

Final Score

"Every club needs a manager, I have heard people say the game is about players but you need a leader and Crystal Palace don't have one. To expect the players to perform without a leader is a big ask and the chairman needs to move quickly. Players can manage themselves on occasion but only for a limited amount of time."

Keith Millen is Crystal Palace's caretaker manager after Tony Pulis left as boss just days before the Premier League season started. Goals from Carlton Cole, Mauro Zarate and Stewart Downing saw

West Ham beat a poor Palace.

Chelsea 2-0 Leicester

Alan Shearer

BBC Sport

Diego Costa
AP

On Chelsea striker Diego Costa: "I like him. He struggled towards the end of last season with injury but his whole make-up, with his build and his willingness to run in behind defenders, could be perfect for the Premier League.

"He's got off to a great start with two goals in two games and that will give him great confidence. He will be a great addition to that team, with the fantastic players he has in behind him."

Costa has scored two goals in two games for Chelsea since signing from Atletico Madrid for £32m in the summer. Eden Hazard was Chelsea's other goal scorer but Leicester made

Jose Mourinho's men work really hard for their win.

As we come to the end of a busy day of Premier League football, let's remind ourselves of what happened...

Join the debate at #bbcfootball

Kashi Ogunwolu: I think there's too much criticism of this Arsenal squad. Character was shown tonight and credit should be given to the team.

Ones to watch

Here are a few of today's highlights to keep an eye out for on Match of the Day this evening.

mAURO Zarate
AFP

Mauro Zarate's volley in West Ham's 3-1 win at Crystal Palace. Peach.

David Nugent's miss for Leicester when goalless at Chelsea. The Foxes lost 2-0. Blunder

Olivier Giroud's bullet header in the dying seconds to earn Arsenal a point at Goodison. Towering.

Match of the Day is on BBC One from 22:30 BST this evening.

Robbie Savage

BBC Radio 5 live

"I think Chelsea could win the league by five or six points. The spine of the team has been strengthened and they're going to be unstoppable. They could stay top all season."

Everton 2-2 Arsenal: Manager reaction

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger: "We have a great response with complete desire to come back and the spirit was fantastic.

"In the end we got back to 2-2 and we got a strong point but a deserved one if you look at the chances we had, especially in the second half. We came back very late but our spirit got us a point.

"It shows the belief and the resilience is there. The second goal was offside but we took it on the chin and came back."

Everton 2-2 Arsenal - Manager reaction

Everton manager Roberto Martinez: "We ran out of energy and it became a feeling of wanting the game to end. We are not that sort of side that's not the way we play.

"I was delighted with the performance for 80 minutes I thought the first half was phenomenal. We'll make sure going forward we make it a 90-minute performance."

Robbie Savage

BBC Radio 5 live

On speculation David Hockaday's job as Leeds manager is precarious: "Hockaday isn't going to turn down an opportunity to manage Leeds United, you can't blame him for taking the job.

"He's only ever managed at Forest Green. He's coached at a higher level but I think he's just out of his depth. I'd like him to succeed because it's a great opportunity for someone who isn't well known."

Everton 2-2 Arsenal

Olivier Giroud
AFP

Everton 2-2 Arsenal

Arsene Wenger looks a relieved man as he speaks to the media and well he might. He says he believes his side deserved the point and rightly points out Everton's second goal was offside.

Everton 2-2 Arsenal

Opta
Opta

What a difference Olivier Giroud made for Arsenal after coming on as a second-half substitute. In the first half, lone striker Alexis Sanchez did not touch the ball inside the penalty area but, as shown from his touch graphic above, Giroud had much more of an impact. The Frenchman was a threat throughout the second half and grabbed the late equaliser.

Everton 2-2 Arsenal

BBC Radio 5 live

BBC Sport's Will Perry: "It's a pretty subdued Goodison Park, because it looked like it was going to be another statement.

"Arsenal perhaps not at the races because of their midweek Champions League action but they stood up at the end to get a point."

Player reaction

Everton 2-2 Arsenal

Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini told Sky Sports: "We'll say it's a great performance because we were 2-0 down. It was great spirit from the boys because it was not easy.

"At half-time the manager said there was space to create opportunities and we believed we could do it.

"We have learned a lot from last year from when we were playing against these top teams. We didn't give up until the last second and that was important. This is a game to remember for us."

Everton 2-2 Arsenal

Opta
Opta

BBC Radio 5 live

Geraldine, a Huddersfield Town fan on 606: "Jordan Rhodes is as good as Olivier Giroud."

Wonder if the France striker's ears were burning immediately before he scored Arsenal's equaliser.

FULL-TIME

Everton 2-2 Arsenal

Aaron Ramsey
Getty Images

Arsenal have got out of jail at Goodison. Great character from the Gunners.

Everton 2-2 Arsenal

Everton fans are stunned. Their side have dominated this match for 83 minutes but are now hanging on for a point. Incredible.

Everton 2-2 Arsenal

Everton
Getty Images

It couldn't happen could it? Four minutes of injury time.

GOAL

Everton 2-2 Arsenal - Olivier Giroud (90 mins)

Unbelievable stuff at Goodison. Olivier Giroud has made a huge difference since coming on for Alexis Sanchez at half-time and it is his header that draws Arsenal level.

The Frenchman rises to power home Nacho Monreal's cross. Arsenal could yet win this.

Everton 2-1 Arsenal

Clever from Steven Naismith as he wins a free kick against Santi Cazorla. They will take their time over this.

Everton 2-1 Arsenal

Arsenal pile forward as Everton look nervy with three minutes left...

Everton 2-1 Arsenal

Suddenly Arsenal looked buoyed. They haven't been in the match for 83 minutes but now don't rule them out of getting a point. Olivier Giroud's flick flies across goal and wide.

GOAL

Everton 2-1 Arsenal - Aaron Ramsey (83 mins)

Everton 2-1 Arsenal - Aaron Ramsey (83 mins)
AFP

As I was saying.....

Arsenal are back in the game with seven minutes remaining as Aaron Ramsey is in the right place at the right time to tap home Santi Cazorla's low cross from the right. Game on.

Everton 2-0 Arsenal

Entering the last 10 minutes at Goodison Park and a few home nerves could be frayed if Arsenal grab a goal now. Not that they look like doing so but it only takes a second...

Everton 2-0 Arsenal

Arsenal look as though they have almost given up on this. Everton are looking the more likely to score next as they coast towards a ridiculously easy victory. The Gunners have been powder puff all over the pitch.

YELLOW CARD

Everton 2-0 Arsenal

Mathieu Flamini is booked for a foul on the energetic Steven Naismith. That booking was coming.

SUBSTITUTION

Everton 2-0 Arsenal

Romelu Lukaku is withdrawn to a standing ovation and replaced by Aiden McGeady.

Everton manager Roberto Martinez embraces Romelu Lukaku as he is substituted
PA

SUBSTITUTION

Joel Campbell makes his Premier League debut as he replaces Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain for Arsenal. Jack Wilshere is also withdrawn for Santi Cazorla. Can Arsenal save themselves?

Everton 2-0 Arsenal

Seamus Coleman is enjoying a field day down Everton's right. Arsenal simply can't cope with him.

GREAT SAVE!

Everton 2-0 Arsenal

Arsenal are starting to create chances and it is Olivier Giroud causing the problems. This time the France striker reacts quickly to a loose ball inside the area but his snap shot is parried away by Tim Howard. Better by Arsenal but is it to late?

CLOSE!

Everton 2-0 Arsenal

That is the closest Arsenal have come as Olivier Giroud drags a shot inches wide of goal on the turn from 18 yards. Time is ticking though with just less than 25 minutes remaining.

Everton 2-0 Arsenal

Chris Bevan

BBC Sport

"Arsenal have seen more of the ball in the second half but the most telling statistic is that they have still not forced Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard into a save and the truth is they have not troubled the Toffees defence either. Arsenal's travelling support are on their feet and attempting to give their team some encouragement and it is just as well because they need all the help they can get."

Everton 2-0 Arsenal

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain swings a corner straight out of play for Arsenal. It doesn't get better does it Gunners fans?

Everton 2-0 Arsenal

BBC Radio 5 live

BBC Sport's Will Perry: "The hosts are really up for this and Arsenal have no answers so far. It's all Everton."

Everton 2-0 Arsenal

That is awful from Nacho Monreal. His over-hit pass out of play is something that wouldn't be out of place in Sunday League park football. Arsenal just haven't been good enough so far.