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Summary

  1. Lampard does not celebrate equaliser
  2. FT: Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace
  3. FT: Leicester 5-3 Man Utd
  4. United had 3-1 second-half lead
  5. FT: Tottenham 0-1 West Brom

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By Tom Rostance and Saj Chowdhury

All times stated are UK

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A fine day of drama and entertainment in the Premier League then.

Shall we do it all again on Tuesday? League Cup action? See you there.

Over and out.

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Gerald Sim: Probably the happiest people besides Leicester fans are those from Tottenham. Everyone too caught up to notice Spurs lost at home!

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606 phone-in

BBC Radio 5 live

BBC Radio 5 live's 606 programme is in full swing, with Ian Wright and Kelly Cates discussing the major talking points of this weekend's football action.

Wrighty says Man United "should have been more professional when it went to 3-2" against Leicester, while Middlesbrough are picked out as candidates for promotion from the Championship.

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So after five games of the season, 10 points cover the Premier League. Chelsea are top on 13, Newcastle prop it up on three points.

Next up for Chelsea in the league are Aston Villa next Saturday, while Newcastle are at Stoke a week on Monday.

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John, Bedford (plumber). Every time I fix a boiler I do the Mexican wave personally...

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Shohidur Rahman: Manuel Pellegrini set Man City up against Bayern midweek to get a point and spent most of the match defending. Bit hypocritical.

Freddie Drapkin: It's Arsenal's weekend. Both Danny Welbeck and Mesut Ozil scored, and their top six rivals gained just two points from a possible 18.

Latex Zebra: Re: Ewan Wilson (18:34). Speak for yourself mate. I celebrate making a decent cup of tea in the morning with a shimmy!

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Lisa: Manuel Pellegrini's comments smack of Brendan Rodgers' bitterness at Anfield at the end of last season v Chelsea. At the end of the day you have to be good enough to beat the opposition no matter how they set up. Sour grapes me thinks.

Tom, Manchester: Pellegrini coming out of his shell in recent interviews, very nice to see. Shows his passion a bit more!

Player reaction

Man City 1-1 Chelsea

Frank Lampard
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Manchester City midfielder Frank Lampard: "It was a great game of football. I arrived on one and bounced into the net and it was strange. The reception I got when I came on was amazing, I can't speak highly enough of the fans. I came here to do a job and it is a special and weird day.

"I know the 13 years I spent at Chelsea and thee were no bad feelings so I hoped for a good reception. It was difficult day for me at the end because what do you do? You're caught in the middle.

"It was a strange week, I knew I wouldn't start and didn't know what to expect. What was a win for me today? Maybe a draw and keeping the Premier League close and a reception from both sets of fans that I won't forget."

Don't ask me about him...

Man City 1-1 Chelsea

Jose Mourinho is asked about Manuel Pellegrini's description of Chelsea as a small team and he interjects with 'many times he says he doesn't speak about me or my team but he continues to do so. Don't ask me about these words.'

Tetchy stuff.

Jose Mourinho appears to glare at Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini
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Binaya Baysal: Any sadness I had about the draw wiped out by post-match Jose Mourinho interview, funny.

Rt. Rev. Liam Reilly: Manuel Pellegrini bashing Stoke as a team who are only interested in defending... I didn't know you could win 1-0 by only defending...

Imagine if they did though Ewan! Wouldn't the world be a better place if they did?

A Klinsmann dive after fitting a dishwasher...

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Ewan Wilson: All the bother about celebrating or not, I don't think they should, it's their job to score, a plumber doesn't celebrate unblocking a drain....

Man City 1-1 Chelsea

Manuel Pellegrini continues to call Chelsea 'a small team' throughout his press conference. Pin out of grenade...

Manager reaction

Man City 1-1 Chelsea

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini, speaking to BBC Sport: "It is not a result that I want, not what we deserved but the game was very similar to the game against Stoke. Ten players defended their own half, they scored a counter attack and they continued to defend until the end. The result is not what both teams did during 90 minutes.

"I am happy because our team played in one way, we continued playing with 11 players, trying to score, and with one player less trying not to have another counter attack and concede a goal. I am very happy with the mentality of our team.

"It is so important to play like a big team, and not like a small team. I would not be happy to play that way. We continue with the same ambition, teams will find it hard to beat us. The team performance was very good.

"I was sure that if Frank Lampard plays he will score, things like that happen in football. He will be a very important player for us. From the beginning he has been involved 100% in every day, I think that maybe he was not happy to score against such an important team for him. But he is very professional."

Manager reaction

Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace

Neil Warnock
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Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock: "We've done ever so well. We should have won the games we've drawn as well.

"Everton are a good side but we've shown great character. You are going to get nervy moments when you play against the quality that they have but I don't think Julian Speroni had too much to do.

"They have listened and I am very proud of them. A win gives everyone a lift and bit of confidence. There are not many more difficult places than Everton to go. But we deserved it."

Manager reaction

Man City 1-1 Chelsea

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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, speaking to BBC Sport about Frank Lampard's goal against his former club: "I don't feel it that way [that it was emotional]. I feel that when a player leaves another club and plays for a direct opponent, he is not going there for a holiday he is going there to try and beat his club - the one everyone considers the club of his heart, but not any more. Maybe again when he leaves City, but while at City he wants to beat Chelsea. That is the nature of football.

"I am happy with my team today. We made a mistake with their goal, when you play a top team you focus in every aspect of the game but when you mistake you can be punished and we were punished tonight."

Man City 1-1 Chelsea

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has said that playing Chelsea was like playing Stoke, two 'small teams' who are only interested in defending.

Manager reaction

Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace

Roberto Martinez
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Everton manager Roberto Martinez:

"I thought we started very, very well. We scored the first and were looking to get a second. I couldn't see Palace getting into the game at all. The penalty changes the game - it gives them spirit to believe they can get something.

"We have to be very disappointed to concede three goals. We conceded three very, very sloppy goals. Those key moments cost us three points.

"Regarding Tim Howard's mistake [for the Fraizer Campbell goal], you win games as a team. You can always find a mistake - it was uncharacteristic of Tim not to make that cross.

"It's one of those days."

Manager reaction

Man City 1-1 Chelsea

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho, speaking to BBC Sport: "We were winning the game against 10 men, but the same 10 men had a fantastic reaction and gave everything to try to equalise.

"When the game gets emotional the numbers are not so important. When the game is tactical - yes they are important. We scored, we had the game seemingly under control, we hit the post but then they scored. At that point the game was emotional and in that period they were psychologically stronger than us and in the end a draw is maybe a fair result.

"The Premier League is not just different it is crazy. You have Chelsea 6-3 against Everton, Manchester United winning 3-1 and losing 5-3 to Leicester. The Premier League is becoming crazy. This was a big game. When the result was 0-0 I was thinking even 0-0 can be a big game."

Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace

After winning seven home games in a row between December and April, Everton have now won only one of six a run that started with a 3-2 reversal to Crystal Palace. The same scoreline today.

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Paul Stephen Smith: Super Frank Lampard, the only man I'm happy to see score against Chelsea. Great to see him get such a good reception, top man.

Karl Bowers: Chelsea unbeaten and three points clear after five league games. Dream start to the season.

Tim Miller: Everton conceded 13 in five games, one clean sheet. Lucky not to concede a couple v Wolfsburg. Problems for Roberto Martinez to solve.

Manager reaction

Man City 1-1 Chelsea

Jose Mourinho
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Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho on Sky Sports: "Frank Lampard is a Man City player, I don't believe in stories of passion and heart, maybe I am too pragmatic in football. When he decided to go to a direct competitor to Chelsea then love stories are over. He did his job as a professional.

"He got a good reception and this is England and this is Chelsea. Chelsea people never forget what Chelsea people do at the club. It happened to me when I was manager of Inter. It is Chelsea's culture and beauty."

The pragmatic one

Chelsea
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The love story is over! Say it ain't so Jose...

Man City 1-1 Chelsea

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says that a draw is the fair result.

On Frank Lampard he says: "he is a Man City player, I don't believe in history - maybe I'm too pragmatic. Love stories are over."

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606 phone-in

BBC Radio 5 live

Ian Wright and Kelly Cates are gearing up for 606 on BBC 5 live, which is on now.

First on the agenda is Frank Lampard. What other greats have you seen come back to haunt their old side?

Wrighty would have loved to have played against that Manchester United defence in his time, although Leicester should be given great credit for that performance.

Leicester fans, how important is Esteban Cambiasso?

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Frank Lampard
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Frank Scotton: Oh Frank Lampard, how could you? You better score an own goal at some point to apologise!

Freddie Drapkin: Jose Mourinho obviously forgot Lampard has keys to the Chelsea bus...

Matt Harding: So this weekend Chelsea, Man City, Man Utd, Liverpool, Spurs and Everton all failed to win. Bizarre. Arsenal smiling!

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Former England captain Gary Lineker

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"This really is one of the craziest days of football I can ever remember. Frank Lampard scores against Chelsea. Bonkers!"

Man City 1-1 Chelsea

It was noticeable that Frank Lampard referred to Manchester City as 'this club' throughout his post-match interview. No 'we' or 'City' to be seen. 'Obviously I'm now playing for this club.'

Man City 1-1 Chelsea

Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson

BBC Radio 5 live

"Sometimes when a team gets down to 10 men the game gets so much worse but here it got so much better. Chelsea's goal was fantastic, the classic breakaway goal, with a great winding run from Andre Schurrle, the eventual scorer.

"For City's goal, James Milner got behind the Chelsea defence and produced a great pass to Frank Lampard, and so in the end it has become a really good story."

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Ian, Whitley Bay: Frank Lampard is a true footballing gent. A lovely gesture to the fans. His goal is a great story but ultimately his equaliser won't count for much - we're still five points clear of our biggest only rival and have sent a message to every other team that we can't be beaten.

Frank Lampard thanks the Chelsea fans
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Man City 1-1 Chelsea

After 13 years of service, 147 Premier League goals, the all-time goalscoring record, three Premier League wins, four FA Cups, a Champions League win and a Europa League win, I'm sure Chelsea fans will let Frank Lampard have two points in September.

Man City 1-1 Chelsea

Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson

BBC Radio 5 live

"It was a pretty awful game for a while, until the sending off put a bit more fuel on the fire. The darling of Chelsea supporters Frank Lampard scored the equaliser but this is a result that will please Chelsea far more than Man City. In all honesty I am surprised they conceded. There is an awful long way to go but anybody who wants to win the league has to finish above Chelsea for me.

"Lampard is applauding the Chelsea supporters and he has stated he never had a chance to say goodbye to the Chelsea fans. And they are the real fans aren't they, the away fans."

Player reaction

Man City 1-1 Chelsea

Frank Lampard
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Manchester City and former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard on Sky Sports: "It's a really difficult one. I'd be unprofessional if I came on and didn't do my job so I'm mixed with it.

"I'm obviously pleased that the side I came on for got a draw. It's come up, I'm a professional and I didn't expect to come on and score. I'm stuck in the middle.

"The Chelsea fans were singing my name and it was an emotional day. It's not how I expected to say goodbye to the Chelsea fans. I woke up this morning and didn't know what I wanted from today so I'm glad it's out of the way. I guess this a happy medium."

Man City 1-1 Chelsea

Frank Lampard has now scored against a record 39 different Premier League clubs. An amazing stat. He looks a bit choked up as he applauds both sets of fans, with Petr Cech coming over to give him a hug on halfway.

FULL-TIME

Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace

Big win for Crystal Palace. Bad start to the Europa League hangover process for Everton.

Mile Jedinak celebrates Crystal Palace's victory over Everton
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Man City 1-1 Chelsea

Frank Lampard shakes hands and embraces with all the Chelsea players. What a bizarre day for him.

FULL-TIME

Man City 1-1 Chelsea

Frank Lampard refuses to celebrate
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Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace

To wrap it all up...no! Great run from Adlene Guediouura as he beats the last line of defence, he's clear in on goal but drags it wide. Fine finale.

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Shane Long: Why does Frank Lampard not celebrate? If you love Chelsea so much, why did you join their main title rival. Just don't get it.

Chris Eastwood: Maybe not so Super Frank now if Chelsea don't win...

Shohidur Rahman: You'd think Chelsea were the ones with 10 men. Unbelievably negative since the goal.