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Summary

  1. Highlights from eight Premier League games
  2. Get involved - #MOTD

Live Reporting

By Andy Cryer and Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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No penalty but no appeal

Leicester 0-0 Bournemouth

Jamie Vardy fouled
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Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe: "[On Simon Francis' red card] I didn't think it was a foul from my angle, he definitely touched the ball. It was a great recovery tackle. It's not a foul, a penalty or a sending off.

"It was a very even game before that point, a high tempo game and very high quality. We had some great chances in the first half but when we went down to 10 men we showed character and it's a great point for us.

"We won't appeal the red card as it's a one-game ban and the FA Cup is coming up."

Simon Francis is sent off
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Fizzing Foxes...

Leicester 0-0 Bournemouth

Champagns
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Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri: "We knew it was a difficult match and we started playing too late. Bournemouth moved the ball very quickly but in the second half we were much better. 

"A draw is not OK, it is only one point, but it is OK as we have 40 points which was the goal. It's champagne for my players!

"We hit the post, we missed a penalty and had some good chances. We have not scored for three games but we have had chances. Sometimes everything is right but now some things are wrong. The performance was good, a fantastic effort."

Leicester 0-0 Bournemouth

"The draw is not okay but... it is okay."

Brilliant from Claudio Ranieri there...

Man of the Match - Artur Boruc

Leicester 0-0 Bournemouth

Artur Boruc saves
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Boruc saved the penalty and denied Mahrez again late on. Though none of his saves were stellar he produced catch after catch to take the pressure off his side.

Player reaction

Leicester 0-0 Bournemouth

Very honored and proud to make my 200th appearance for this great club. Thank you all for the support @LCFC #lcfc

Very honored and proud to make my 200th appearance for this great club. Thank you all for the support @LCFC #lcfc

Brilliant Cook

Leicester 0-0 Bournemouth

Steve Cook clearances
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Steve Cook excelled in Bournemouth's back four, making 15 clearances in all, eight more than anyone else on the pitch.

Two on target - not good enough

Leicester 0-0 Bournemouth

Leicester shots
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Leicester had two shots (left) - including their penalty - on target, with 12 off target and two blocked.

It hurts...

Leicester 0-0 Bournemouth

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If only Jamie Vardy could finish...

Not a prayer of beating them

Leicester 0-0 Bournemouth

Madonna
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 Bournemouth have not beaten Leicester since March 1989 when Madonna topped the charts with 'Like a Prayer'.  

Team news

Leicester 0-0 Bournemouth

Leicester
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Leicester reverted to a 4-4-2 system having played with just one striker in their goalless draw with Manchester City. That means there was a place for Leonardo Ulloa as Gokhan Inler drops to the bench.

Jamie Vardy shook off a virus to be fit while there is just the one change for Bournemouth as Marc Pugh comes in for Junior Stanislas.

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We have saved the best till last ... honest.

Norwich 1-0 Southampton

If this man wanted a hug, you'd give him one.

Stop it. A hug. A hug.

Alex Neill
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Reason I love Alex Neil number 382. The coaching staff group hug whenever Norwich score a vital goal. #MOTD #NCFC

Player reaction

Norwich 1-0 Southampton

The Canaries' Gary O'Neil, who counts Portsmouth among his old clubs, rubs it in for Saints...

Made Ncfc and Pompey fans happy today!! #gooddayallround

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A man said he tried to do a yaya 😂😂😂 . Nar that's it for me. Good night #MOTD

It was Alex Tettey who "did a a Yaya". What's that? Throw a strop over not getting a birthday cake?

Manager reaction - Ronald Koeman

Norwich 1-0 Southampton

"I'm angry about the second yellow card from Victor because a player with his experience needs to know if you already have a yellow in a game, that you cannot do that tackle in that position on the pitch.

"But it's so unnecessary what happened because with 11 against 11, still we are stronger than we showed here and we know we are in a difficult situation."

I tried to explain why I am angry after this defeat! This is not the discipline what we like in the Club to be successful!

Mr Koeman is not a very happy man....

Manager reaction - Alex Neil

Norwich 1-0 Southampton

"I'm over the moon with the boys in particular, because when you are going through difficult spells, there have been questions posed about them and me - and the best way to deal with it is to win games. 

"We've won some crucial games now and kept two clean sheets as well, so there are a lot of positives to take."

Man of the match

Norwich 1-0 Southampton

Alex Tettey provided one of the few moments of high quality to seal the win for Norwich, and was a danger to Southampton throughout.

Alex Tettey
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Va-va-Vadis

Norwich 1-0 Southampton

Norwich substitute Vadis Odjidja made an influential 27-minute cameo appearance and was a danger all over the Southampton half.

How many rolls from him there though?

Vadis Odjidja touchmap
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Norwich 1-0 Southampton

Sadio Mané clearly didn't get one of these for Christmas

Sadio Mané clearly didn't get one of these for Christmas

No mini clockface just below the '12' to set your alarm though? 

You turn away for two decades and everything changes in alarm clock technology.

Mane - the final word

Norwich 1-0 Southampton

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Missing Mane

Norwich 1-0 Southampton

Saints were quick off the mark to explain why Sadio Mane was out of the team.

Sadio Mane tweet
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There was little sympathy from Garth Crooks on Final Score...

“If you’ve got rules, then you’ve got to keep to them. But it’s a big call for Ronald Koeman to leave out Sadio Mane. If he wins, fine. If he doesn’t, you’re going to get players saying: ‘Gaffer, are you sure about that?’ 

“I was late for a coach when I was at Charlton, and the only way I could get round it was to jump in my car and get to the ground before the team got there.”

But, it's a game of opinions, and Chris Sutton felt differently...

"You want your best players to be playing. Imagine the boost for Norwich seeing him only on the bench. Neil Lennon [at Celtic] was once 45 minutes late and Martin O'Neill still played him."

Team news

Norwich 1-0 Southampton

Southampton's Sadio Mane was on the naughty step for the game at Norwich. 

The Senegal winger was dropped to the Southampton bench after turning up late for a team meeting. Manager Ronald Koeman didn't pull his punches.

"He was in the team, but he was too late in the meeting," he said. "We have rules in the team."  

Oriol Romeu was also out due to suspension, with Jordy Clasie and James Ward-Prowse coming in.

Southampton: Stekelenburg, Martina, Fonte, van Dijk, Bertrand, Clasie, Steven Davis, Ward-Prowse, Wanyama, Tadic, Long. 

Subs: Yoshida, Mane, Reed, Ramirez, Gazzaniga, Targett, Seager.

Southampton team
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Norwich, meanwhile, made only one change with Gary O'Neil in for Graham Dorrans.

Norwich: Rudd, Bennett, Martin, Bassong, Brady, Howson, Tettey, O'Neil, Redmond, Hoolahan, Mbokani. 

Subs: Whittaker, Jerome, Dorrans, Mulumbu, Olsson, Odjidja, Ruddy.

Norwich team
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Southampton at Norwich now.

Sadio? Sadio? Where are you Sadio?

Man of the match - Jonny Evans

West Brom 2-1 Stoke

Jonny Evans subdued a previously rampant Stoke attack and was a threat going forward throughout, nearly scoring in the first half from a corner and having a penalty shout for a push in the back by Geoff Cameron.

Evans' 93rd-minute winner - his first goal for the Baggies - was the perfect ending and well deserved for player and team.  

Jonny Evans scores West Brom's winner v Stoke
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Manager reaction

West Brom 2-1 Stoke

Stoke boss Mark Hughes: "I don't think it was a high-quality game - we didn't play particularly well and I didn't think West Brom played particularly well.

"Geoff [Cameron] got caught late by the lad [Claudio] Yacob, he's just reacted to it and pushed the guy. We're not too happy with the reaction of the West Brom player. I think he went down really easily with the intention of maybe getting Geoff sent off, which he succeeded in doing.

"We'll look again tomorrow and we'll decide whether or not we appeal. At the moment, having seen it, that is probably what we will do."

Manager reaction

West Brom 2-1 Stoke

West Brom boss Tony Pulis: "Stoke have been flying and are a real high-quality team and we are very pleased to win.

"The equaliser would have given them momentum but the lad being sent off means it goes back our way.

"I was really pleased with the lads' effort and commitment."

Stoke see red - again

West Brom 2-1 Stoke

Geoff Cameron's red card, straight after Stoke's 81st-minute equaliser, allowed West Brom to immediately regain momentum and arguably paved the way for their stoppage-time winner.

Geoff Cameron sent off v West Brom
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You'd think they'd learn after the reverse fixture in August - won 1-0 by West Brom - that saw Ibrahim Afellay sent off in the 25th minute...

Ibrahim Afellay sent off v West Brom
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...and Charlie Adam follow him to the dressing room six minutes later. Stoke have now had four men sent off this season - they jointly top the expulsion chart with West Ham.

Charlie Adam sent off v West Brom
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West Brom 2-1 Stoke

Tony Pulis could be playing in the back garden with his 2yr old son and he'd still be happy with a draw.

His son wouldn't. They never.

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@steakeddie Next season's Villa premier league matches will be shown on The History Channel. #MOTD

Harsh... probably fair.

Evans' forward threat

West Brom 2-1 Stoke

This touch map shows how Jonny Evans had more touches in the Stoke penalty area than West Brom's.

It also demonstrates how effectively he and his defence kept Stoke out of the Baggies' penalty area.

Jonny Evans touch map v Stoke
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West Brom 2-1 Stoke

Tony Pulis led Stoke for 10 years and has now been in charge at West Brom for exactly 12 months.

He knows what to do when the sides meet...

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Team news

West Brom 2-1 Stoke

West Brom made two changes from Monday's 1-0 win over Newcastle as Victor Anichebe and Jonas Olsson missed out with hamstring injuries.

Rickie Lambert and Craig Gardner replaced them with striker Saido Berahino remaining on the bench.

West Brom line-up v Stoke
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Stoke boss Mark Hughes opted to stick with the same starting XI for the third match running after wins over Manchester United and Everton.

Why change a winning formula?

Stoke line-up v West Brom
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West Ham 2-0 Liverpool

Ugly from Liverpool and they are getting low scores on the Twitter doors.

Mediocre players playing mediocre football #LFC #MOTD

Watching #MOTD and really don't know what game Liverpool were playing but they looked like the reserves team. #Liverpool #LFC

'A day to be angry'

West Ham 2-0 Liverpool

Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp
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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp: "This is not a day to be disappointed, this is a day to be angry.

"I'm really angry because we could have got so much more.

"It was not enough from my team today. The decisive moments were there, but we were not there 100%.

"We could have done much better. We had our moments, we tried, but if you fight at 95 per cent then it's not enough.

"It's my responsibility."

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Proper scruff-off between Bilic and Klopp there today. #MOTD

We aren't in a fashion contest here...