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  1. Mourinho sent to the stands for second half
  2. Man Utd's Herrera sent off for second booking
  3. Aguero and Gundogan both score twice in Man City win
  4. Spurs and Leicester play out entertaining draw
  5. Boro see off Bournemouth 2-0, Watford beat Hull 1-0

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By Luke Reddy and Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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Crystal Palace 2-3 Liverpool

Liverpool fans

That is us done on reaction from the 15:00 BST kick-offs.

But there is an absolute corker of a game in progress at Selhurst Park.

Five goals, some scintillating attacking, some shoddy defending, flares, eagles, the works.

Jonathan Jurejko has been typing his knuckle joints to dust over here keeping up with the action. Join him.

'Not a great performance'

Middlesbrough 2-0 Bournemouth

Eddie Howe
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One for the portfolio Eddie

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe: "Not a great performance from our perspective. We had our chances in the game. The goals we conceded were really disappointing.

"It's been a surprise to us we haven't done better away from home. Our away form last season was excellent.

"For whatever reason we haven't quite got that momentum yet and we have to build it quite quickly."

'We are going in the right way'

Middlesbrough 2-0 Bournemouth

Aitor Karanka

Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka: "Our last three games have been really good and we had to show everybody we could compete, especially at home.

"With this performance and commitment of everybody, I think we are going the right way.

"The team showed we are really good when we are together. Once again we showed we have a clear plan and we have to keep going."

Sergio smiling

West Brom 0-4 Man City

Very happy about the victory, the goals and the brilliant teamwork. And we are going for more! 💪C'mon, City!

'The victory is deserved'

Watford 1-0 Hull

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Watford manager Walter Mazzarri: "We played well in the first half an hour, we deserved to lead, we had patience on the counter-attack and finally scored, the victory is deserved. 

"They defended well, we knew they would defend, we were unlucky, we should have scored at the beginning. 

"I am very happy with how the team is playing now, giving me satisfaction. With how they are playing on the pitch, we deserve two or three points more at this stage."

"Very hard to take"

Watford 1-0 Hull

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Hull boss Mike Phelan: "Its very hard to take, I have got a depressed dressing room after the work they put into the game. The winning goal is a cruel one, it flashed across the box and hit someone on the leg and gone in. It could have gone anywhere. If it is a worldie then you can holds hands up. 

"We were competitive enough in the game, we created probably the best chances in the game, but were are on the end of another defeat, we have to react to that and I am sure we will do next week.

"To win a football match, you have to score goals and try and get that from forward play and forwards, everyone has to weigh in with goals and, at the moment, it is not happening."

Pass master

West Brom 0-4 Man City

Manchester City played 676 passes today. Fernandinho played 97 of them. He has played more passes than any player in the league, though Jordan Henderson could take that title by the end of the Crystal Palace v Liverpool game - now 2-2.

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From a man who would know...

Man United 0-0 Burnley

Tom Heaton from Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Tom Heatons save from Ibrahimovic is in my opinion one of the best in @premierleague history. Just saying!

Man Utd troubles...

Man Utd 0-0 Sunderland

Moyes, van Gaal and Mourinho

Man United 0-0 Burnley

There are some horror-show stats doing the rounds on social media in the wake of Manchester United's shoddy finishing and slide to eighth in the table.

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Should Jose stay or should he go?

And the Jose Mourinho debate continues.. 

Anthony Muindi: Tired of the "if moyes had spent as much as..." debate. none of his main targets wanted to play for him. Jose will come good.

Andy White: From the special one to the below average one to the unemployed one....

Alistair Sloan: Sacking Mourinho, typical knee-jerk resection. Moaning fans clearly no memory prior 1993. Need stability not another change.

Rambo Rambo: If we want Champions league Jose will need to take Europa League very very seriously.

West Brom 0-4 Man City

It looks like the West Brom fans took their walloping at the hands of Manchester City in good spirit.

The Baggies faithful chanted "we've got the ball" when in possession, but also admitted - in song - "we've lost the ball" when City had it.

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Joe in Bath: Scenes in the United directors box right now as Ed Woodward is frantically texting Ryan Giggs while Jose sobs.

Ironically, United played pretty well...

Some day for Heaton...

Man Utd 0-0 Burnley

Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton has picked up eight points in the Premier League's fantasy football game today as a result of his 11 saves at Old Trafford - seen here as red dots.

At what point does he become England's number one?

When United could beat him, Juan Mata struck the post - seen here in blue.

Tom Heaton saves

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Jack: I was at the United game today: anyone questioning Jose is mad. His past success speaks for itself and today's result was not the story. One of those days the ball just wouldn't go in the net. Playing better football now than any time since SAF left.

Rob in Harrogate: So what exactly was the problem with Van Gaal again?? Must be smiling watching this mess. The way Man Utd have gone about treating their managers in the last few years, they deserve to be this low in the table.

Football, the game of widely differing opinions.

Happy Ranieri

Tottenham 1-1 Leicester

Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri: "I am pleased with a point, with our performance. I saw the Leicester spirit, the way we stuck together and fought together. A very good performance. Until now we played with a singular spirit, today was a squad spirit."

'Our players have more quality than they showed'

Man United 0-0 Burnley

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Burnley manager Sean Dyche: "It was very tough. I think that there is a top-class group of players here at United and even at 10 men they kept coming at us. We looked more confused when they were at 10 men rather than 11.

"The best form of defence is attack and we want to be brave. We can't do that in a way that becomes naive. We needed a bit of luck. They missed a couple of chances and our goalkeeper was fantastic.

"Tom has that inner belief that he will keep the ball out of the net and he has a great group of players in front of him and that is a great thing for a goalkeeper.

"I think that our players have more quality than they showed today, but I will take the fight, shape and belief that they showed every day of the week."

Spot the quirk...

Watford 1-0 Hull

Have a look at the stats below from the Watford game. Anything strange about them?

Watford 1-0 Hull

Yes, that's right, a 1-0 win without a shot on target. An own goal did the trick but my word, they need some serious work on their shooting.

'The referee did fantastic work'

Man United 0-0 Burnley

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Rui Faria: "I think we need to congratulate the boys, it was a fantastic performance. With 11 men we dominated the game, created opportunities, but did not score. 

"Even with 10 men we controlled the game. Our players were fantastic with their belief, attitude and fight."

On Jose Mourinho being sent to the stands: "I don't know what happened. It is not important what Jose said, what is important is what the referee writes in his report. 

"I think the referee did fantastic work. I won't say more than this.

"The people in the stadium could feel that the players gave everything. We fought until the last second. We have to keep working and things will happen. 

"Sometimes you create only a few chances and score them all, others you create lots and don't score any. This is football."   

No Jose for media...

Man United 0-0 Burnley

Jose Mourinho is free of his obligation of speaking to the media after being sent to the stands at half-time.

Rui Faria - his assistant - has stepped up. His quotes will follow.


Manchester United 0-0 Burnley

Did Leicester win a point, or did Spurs drop two?

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H: Another missed opportunity *sigh*.

Ally: Spurs still the only unbeaten team in the league but that's 3 draws in a row now.

Sam Chambers: Good draw for the Leicester boys tonight.

Chrissie: I’m not normally this pessimistic when it comes to Spurs, but I am really frustrated. 

Leon: Close to our glorious, glorious best today. I'll take that Leicester.

Mixed feelings for Leicester and Tottenham fans. Did Spurs drop two points, or did the Foxes win one? Give us your thoughts at #bbcfootball on Twitter or text 81111.

'We waited for it to happen'

West Brom 0-4 Man City

West Brom manager Tony Pulis: "In the first half we sat back waiting for it to happen. In the second half we gave it a go but needed to score. As the game opens up they have real quality on the break.

"I'm disappointed with all the goals. We should do better. You look at the money they have spent and their quality and depth is absolutely frightening." 

Man Utd 0-0 Burnley

United had a whopping 37 shots at the target. That's more than you see in average episode of Narcos...

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'The referee has been knocked out'

Plymouth 2-1 Colchester

'It's hard to lose two points'

Tottenham 1-1 Leicester

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino: "Disappointed. We created chances. We dominated the game. But I am disappointed with the way we conceded the goal. It's hard to lose two points.

"I was disappointed for the goal as the way we conceded was a little unlucky. I am happy with the performance. We are still strong and unbeaten in the league, that is very important. It's true we are fighting and it's difficult to win games recently but the team showed it is strong enough."

On Vincent Janssen scoring: "I am very happy with him. Since the day he arrived his behaviour and performance is always improving. it's important to hive confidence and trust in him."

Manager reaction

West Brom 0-4 Man City

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Pep Guardiola on ending their run of six without a win: "When we lose there are always doubts. Also in the second half I had doubts when we didn't play too well. I had doubts and saw what we had to improve. It's the first time I have not won in six games. Always you have doubts. Not over the principles."  

League Two round-up

Leaders Plymouth beat Colchester 2-1, while Carlisle's unbeaten start to the League Two season continues into November after they beat Crawley 3-1 to remain second.

Bottom side Newport claim their first win since August, and only their second of the season, with a 3-1 victory at Accrington Stanley. Exeter move out of the relegation zone with a 3-0 away win over Morecambe and Leyton Orient drop down to 23rd after a 2-0 home loss to Crewe.

Fans of Portsmouth, Barnet and Stevenage are also celebrating wins today. 

Manager reaction

West Brom 0-4 Man City

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola: "We need Sergio. We know how important he is for us when he can convince us how good he is and how important he is for this club. He is part of the history for this club. I would like to help him. Still he can write the most brilliant images for himself in this club. He is one of the best. I am going to help him to be much, much better. That is my target. So that every game he feels how important he is. I'm so, so happy for him because with all of that he is one of the nicest people I have met."

Man Utd 0-0 Burnley


Burnley keeper Tom Heaton: "We came with a game plan, put in incredible shift and hung in there. Much has been made about our away form but what a place to come and get our first point."

On his save from Ibrahimovic: "I knew I had two men behind me on the line so I thought I'd get out, close the space and spread. Thankfully it has hit me but it nearly broke my arm!"

League One round-up

The top four in the division all won. Leaders Scunthorpe won 4-1 against Swindon, Bolton in second defeated Port Vale 3-1, third-placed Bradford won 3-2 at AFC Wimbledon and Sheffield United edged out MK Dons 2-1.

Bottom of the table Shrewsbury drew 1-1 at Southend, Chesterfield and Oldham both lost 1-0, against Charlton and Rochdale respectively. Elsewhere, there were wins for Millwall, Peterborough, Fleetwood and Northampton.

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Has 'The Special One' lost his touch? Should he stay, or should he go?

Matt Wilkinson: So Jose has a worse start after 10 games than David Moyes who spent one fifth of the money. Is Mourinho now THE EXPENSIVE ONE?

Alan Ferguson: Given resources who is underperforming more? Jose or Moyes??!

V-money: Jose Mourinhio has to be fired by Manchester United.

Peter B Hansen: David Moyes, Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho have all proven that Sir Alex Ferguson is the greatest manager ever.

Has 'The Special One' lost his touch? Should he stay, or should he go? Have your say at #bbcfootball on Twitter or text 81111.

United in eighth

Mid table

"Judge us after 10 games." So say some managers.

Such an assessment does not make good reading for Jose Mourinho. His Manchester United side are eighth, five points off the top four, eight off the top and one behind Watford.

Leicester are nosing up towards the top half of the table.

Championship round-up

Leaders Newcastle record their sixth consecutive league win as two goals from Aleksandar Mitrovic give them a 2-1 win at Preston, while second-placed Brighton thrashed Norwich 5-0.

Third-placed Huddersfield also conceded five in their 5-0 loss at Fulham.

There was late drama as David McGoldrick's 95th-minute equaliser for Ipswich saw them draw 2-2 against Rotherham, with Adam Hammill's late leveller earning Barnsley a 2-2 draw against Bristol City.

Two goals in the last seven minutes gave Leeds a 2-0 win over Burton.Derby and Reading also won by similar scorelines against Sheffield Wednesday and Nottingham Forest respectively. Wigan won 1-0 at Cardiff.

That's right... 37 shots

Man Utd 0-0 Burnley

Man Utd 0-0 Burnley

'I came here to score goals'

Tottenham 1-1 Leicester

Tottenham scorer Vincent Janssen reacts to his side conceding after three minutes of the second half: "Its not possible after two minutes of the second half to concede a goal. I think we created some chances though so were unlucky today.

"I want to score a lot and that's why I cam here to score goals. I'm happy with my one today but in the end we needed three points."

Tale at the top

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Tottenham's point carries them into the top four.

Manchester City return to the top on goal difference.

Liverpool play Crystal Palace at 17:30 BST.

Tottenham 1-1 Leicester

It doesn't matter how many shots you have, it's about taking your chances.

Tottenham will be frustrated. They hit the woodwork twice but it took a penalty for them to breach the Leicester resistance. Mauricio Pochettino's side also conceded their first league goal from open play today. He will be furious they started the second half slowly to give their advantage away.

Tottenham 1-1 Leicester

Man United 0-0 Burnley

Wayne Rooney is deep in discussions with Mark Clattenburg who curls his lips and looks unimpressed by the arguments put forward by the Manchester United striker.

Burnley go over to exchange applause with their fans. Both parties deserve every single clap. Heroic stuff on the pitch and in the stands.

Burnley celebrate
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