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Summary

  1. Click the Play button or use the 'Live Coverage' tab for 5 live coverage
  2. Full-time: Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 QPR
  3. Full-time: Hull 1-1 Stoke

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By Marc Higginson

All times stated are UK

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So, an impressive victory for Tottenham and a point apiece for Hull, Stoke, Sunderland and Manchester United.

There's going to be plenty of reaction to all of today's games on the BBC Sport website tonight. And, don't forget Match of the Day 2 which is on BBC One at 22:25 BST (23:10 in Scotland).

In the meantime, head over to our European football live text offering which is just cranking up. Goodnight.

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Ian Wright

606 on BBC Radio 5 live

"Manchester United have had a lot of success and people revel in the fact that they're not doing well - but they'll get it right. Some fans can't accept it's not going right. But Louis Van Gaal will do his best, and I think a little more patience is required."

The Young debate

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John, a Manchester United fan on 606: "If I see Ashley Young in a United shirt again, I won't be watching them."

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Samad Gigil: I don't understand why Manchester United aren't linked with Khedira! The archetypal box to box midfielder like Keane!

Cameron Laws: If today showed anything, it showed Manchester United need another defender, a top class central midfielder and some attacking flair (Di Maria).

Chris Riley: £63m for Di Maria seems excessive when he's not the defender Man United need - and Chelsea got Fabregas for around £30m.

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Solomon Sangabukila: Bring back David Moyes.

Ash Morgan: Man Utd desperately need a world class, confident leader of a centre back or three...

Manager reaction

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Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal on whether Ashley Young dived to try to win a penalty: "No I don't think so. He was tackled, in my opinion. After that he was exaggerating. It's not diving because he was touched by the opponent."

Is Di Maria right for Man Utd?

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Steve, a Manchester United fan: "At £60m, I think the Di Maria money could be better spent elsewhere."

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Manager reaction

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When asked about whether United are close to signing Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid, Louis Van Gaal said: "I cannot say anything at this time. I think always the club has to announce it first.

"And when we are thinking it's the right time we come you to and say 'we have bought that player'. Do I like him? Yes, but there are a lot of players in this world I like!"

Player reaction

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Manchester United striker Robin van Persie: "In possession we were a bit too sloppy. I did work with Louis van Gaal for two years, he is very clear of what he asks from every player in the team. Of course where I can I will help.

"Everyone has faith and everyone believes in his staff and our players because we have great players. We have played two games and we only have one point, we would have loved six points but that didn't happen and we need to bounce back.

"I feel fit, I feel good and I am looking forward to the next minutes."

Manager reaction

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Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal, speaking to BBC Radio 5 live: "The purpose of the game is to create more chances and score goals. We haven't created more chances, but in the second half we were more dominant than we were against Swansea. That's a plus, but we have to create more from that dominance.

"You have to recognise the fight of the opponent. We have reached Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie a lot of times, but after that you need the support of the midfielders, and the combination was not good enough.

"The only reason to give a penalty is when the opponent touches the leg of a player. Van Persie and Young were touched. Young lifted the ball across the opponent and he was touched by the opponent. The referee can give a penalty - but we don't have to talk too much about that. We can talk about our passing game which was not good enough."

Reaction

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Hull midfielder Tom Huddlestone: Some of the decisions we've had against us in the past two games aren't worth commenting on.

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Hull defender Curtis Davies: Great effort from the lads today. Sickening feeling to be up so long with 10 men only for a decision to prove vital. Two big games next.

Here's some reaction to the earlier game at the KC Stadium...

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While different players and managers appear to be interviewed by various media outlets, the Sunderland groundstaff are already cutting the grass on the Stadium of Light pitch. Does the green stuff really grow that much in 90 minutes?

Manager reaction

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Sunderland manager Gus Poyet tells Sky Sports: "I think it was a good game to watch, we played a good first half going forward, taking chances and creating them.

"We conceded at the wrong time because we were in control of the game. The second half we couldn't really play the game we wanted to play. We made a few decisions on how to play against a different system. It shows we were organised and disciplined."

On Sunderland's hopes of signing Liverpool striker Fabio Borini, Poyet adds: "It's the million dollar question. I think we are close to an answer. Now is the time to decide because it's been too long. It's time for a yes or no and we need to move on."

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Sunderland also face back-to-back away games next. They travel to play Birmingham on Wednesday and then face QPR on Saturday.

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What's next for Manchester United then? First of all, they face a trip to MK Dons in the second round of the Carling Cup on Tuesday, before they travel to Burnley next Saturday. That one's the lunchtime kick-off.

Manager reaction

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Sunderland manager Gus Poyet tells BBC Sport: "A point is fair, I think so. We conceded a goal against the run of play a little bit.

"We came back in the game, pushing. The fans were behind the team. The goal from Jack Rodwell was perfect for a home debut. There are plenty of positives.

"It's important we started better than last year and that was key. Will Buckley played well and was incisive as well."

The new Sir Alex?

Infostrada Sports: Louis van Gaal is still on course to emulate Alex Ferguson. Exact same record after first two matches as Manchester United manager: Loss-Draw.

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BBC Radio 5 live presenter Danny Baker: One option is that Man U move permanently to USA where they can still rake it in at heritage exhibition shows. Like Billy Idol or Sheena Easton.

Ian Wright

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"Ashley Young deserved a yellow card over the penalty claim. He went over very easily. That's not going to help his reputation. I think his future's elsewhere. I think he should look at kicking on."

Player reaction

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Sunderland goalscorer Jack Rodwell: "They needed a win, we knew they were going to come out the blocks and we put on a performance today.

"It's great to score and I'm trying to get more headers! It was a good result. It's brilliant to be playing again after last season. I'm hoping to build up my fitness now and continue that."

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Scott Mills: What do Man Utd need? Defenders, yes. Another number 10 or winger who doesn't track back, no.

SJ Ismvil: Still think it was all Moyes' fault? Ha.

Andrew Tarpey: Will judge United when Di Maria, Shaw, Rojo, Carrick and Herrera are all in the side. For now it's pre-season in my head.

Player reaction

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Sunderland captain Lee Cattermole tells Sky Sports: "We had to be organised, they were looking for a reaction after last week's result.

"But we're an organised team and we've worked hard in pre-season. It was vital after last year we got off to a good start and hopefully it continues."

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Former Scotland international Pat Nevin

BBC Radio 5 live at the Stadium of Light

"I expect Manchester United will improve. Whether that can be done in time to get in touch with the top teams - that's the big question.

"Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal wouldn't be fearful of that side - even Everton and Tottenham wouldn't be fearful. Louis van Gaal has to sort out the defence and midfield. Adnan Januzaj may be part of the answer there, because he was lively when he came on.

"You can talk about systems all day long. Van Gaal will play three at the back, he'll stick with it and the players will adapt. Today he probably only had about half of the team out there he would want to play. Will this be the Manchester United team come 2 or 3 September? I doubt it."

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What did you make of that Manchester United fans? Is Angel Di Maria the answer? Who else should your club be signing?

What about Sunderland fans? Is it all coming together nicely under Gus Poyet?

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Here's how the bottom half of the two-game-old Premier League table looks...

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FULL-TIME

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All over. Louis van Gaal's wait for his first win as Manchester United manager continues. Sunderland? They are played two, drawn two.

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Joe Wedgwood: Juan Mata is increasingly ineffectual when tasked with providing United's creativity. Di Maria will surely offer more?

Oli Worth: Why would Di Maria want to join this very average Man Utd team with no European football and little prospect of it?

Toby Baker: You know it's been a bad day when Phil Jones has been your best player.

Corin Wright: Every team has players who go to ground... it doesn't make sense Young gets quite so much stick for it.

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Antonio Valencia's cross is headed clear, Juan Mata and Dany Welbeck's one-two breaks down and Adnan Januzaj's low shot flashes wide.

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The ball is indeed pumped into the box, but the referee blows for a foul by Wes Brown.

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Sunderland win a free-kick just inside their own half. Hoof it forward...

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Jozy Altidore breaks forward, tries a step-over and is mugged by Phil Jones. The unmarked Connor Wickham is furious.

INJURY TIME

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Four minutes of injury time...

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A lung-busting run from his own half by Ashley Young ends with a low shot which is well saved at his near post by Vito Mannone. In the course of that move, Young injures himself and goes to ground.

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Sunderland goalkeeper Vito Mannone gets away with a slip as Ashley Young rifles a low shot into a crowd of desperate Black Cats defenders. The pendulum swings once again.