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Summary

  1. Result: Man Utd 1-1 Everton - Ibrahimovic equalises in injury time
  2. Result: Leicester 2-0 Sunderland (Slimani, Vardy)
  3. Sunderland now not scored in two months
  4. Result: Watford 2-0 West Brom (Niang, Deeney); Britos sent off for Hornets
  5. Result: Burnley 1-0 Stoke (Boyd)

Live Reporting

By Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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A busy night of Premier League action and the good news is there's more to come tomorrow!

There's six games on Wednesday night, with Chelsea, Tottenham, Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal all in action. We'll be back to follow every twist and turn once again.

See you then.

Hmmm, not quite sure Luke Shaw will be going away with a positive feeling about those comments.

Final bit from Mourinho before we finish for tonight: "I tell you because I told him already. Luke Shaw had a good performance but it was his body with my brain. 

"He was in front of me and I was making every decision for him. The communication was possible because we were very close. I was thinking for him - when to close, when to go inside. He cannot play with my understanding of the game, he must think and he must accelerate the process - 21 years old is old enough to have a better understanding of the game but his contribution was good.

"It was good for him and he goes today with a positive feeling because his performance was very positive."

'Luke Shaw's body, my brain'

Man Utd 1-1 Everton

More from Jose Mourinho: "It was Luke Shaw's body with my brain. I made the decisions for him. But his contribution was good."

'I'll speak to Mirallas'

Man Utd 1-1 Everton

Everton boss Ronald Koeman was asked in the post-match news conference about Kevin Mirallas snubbing his offer of a handshake when he was substituted.

He said: "I can understand players if you sub them they are a bit disappointed but the way he reacted was not a team in my opinion and I will speak with him about that."

Leicester 2-0 Sunderland

'It's still in our hands'

Leicester 2-0 Sunderland

Sunderland boss David Moyes: "I'm really disappointed we didn't get something out of the game. 

"We played really well for 60 minutes. if we'd been in front, nobody could have complained.

"At Everton we were 1-0 down and hit the bar - like today. Small margins are important. We just didn't get it today. It's desperate now. 

"I felt we had to win one of these last two games. The boys have given a good go of it. We have maybe lacked a bit of quality. 

"We'll keep going again - it's still in our hands to stay up."

On the club backing him after saying he might slap a female reporter: "I'm just grateful for the club's support. As far as I'm concerned the matter's finished."

'We know we can play better'

Leicester 2-0 Sunderland

Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare: "We weren't at our best tonight but they most important thing was the win. 

"We know we can play better than that. We're trying to put as many points on the board as we can. 

"There's been no talk of it [the Atletico Madrid Champions League game]. We haven't wanted to talk about it.

"Islam Slimani has had to be patient. Over the last few weeks, he hasn't played much. He showed what he's capable of tonight."

Craig Shakespeare
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Happy hunting ground

Leicester 2-0 Sunderland

Conor McNamara

BBC MOTD commentator

Leicester have won nine home league games this season. Two more than Man City and three more than Man Utd.  

Man Utd 1-1 Everton

More from Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho, this time speaking to BT Sport:  "Did we have chances? Yes. Did we hit the post as always? Yes. Did the keeper play well against us as always? Yes. Did a decision go against us? Yes. 

On Luke Shaw: "He has lots of potential but the football brain and the professional brain has to be with the talent. He has to change his football brain. he was doing things in the second half when he was reacting to my voice. If he was on the other side for sure he would not do it. I think he has a future here but Manchester United cannot wait. We need the kids to grow up."

Man Utd 1-1 Everton

Leon Osman

Ex-Everton midfielder on 5 live

Man Utd ran out of ideas tonight. They reverted to literally throwing Fellaini up front and trying the long ball. 

There is just no fear factor at Old Trafford anymore.... 

Man Utd 1-1 Everton

54 - Jose Mourinho has collected 54 points in his first 29 PL games as Man Utd manager, two fewer than Louis van Gaal (56). Legacy.

'Top four difficult'

Man Utd 1-1 Everton

More from Jose Mourinho: "I told Luke Shaw his performance was good, but it was good because he was on my side. I was thinking for him and leading his performance. If he was on the other side it would not be the same and at this level it is not possible. He has to improve and we have to help."

Top four possible? "More difficult, very difficult. It is mathematically possible but depends on our opponents. It is an amazing run of 20 matches unbeaten but too many draws at home. Because of that we are in the position we are. We build well but we don't score enough goals, we don't kill off enough opponents and at the end of this season I think we will be punished by that."

Prioritise Europa League? "When we keep losing players I will have to."

'Pleased with the effort'

Man Utd 1-1 Everton

Jose Mourinho, speaking to BBC Sport: "We scored two legal goals but I tell you with a smile on my face because I am not upset with the linesman. A really difficult decision for him, only video assistant replay could help this.

"After pressure, after pressure, after pressure the goal finally arrived and at least you don't have the feeling of defeat.

"They were taking off attacking players and putting on defenders. They were inviting us to attack but they can do that because Lukaku is so powerful he can be dangerous.

"The players gave everything. The performance from a football point of view was not good but I am very pleased with the effort."

Jose Mourinho
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Leicester 2-0 Sunderland

Mark Lawrenson

Former Liverpool defender on Radio 5 live

Sunderland are doomed I'm afraid to say. 

It's been a strange year for them and that's come on the back of a few strange years. 

They have had lots of different managers and therefore lots of different back-room staff and then lots of different players. Maybe losing Allardyce to the England job didn't help - it could be a different story now if that hadn't happened.  

But nowhere along the line have there been any clear plan. 

But sometimes it's not the worst thing in the world to go down to the Championship. Newcastle have proved you can go down and make yourself stronger. 

They will be a big club in the Championship - it's a dog-eat-dog league and you've got to have some guts to come straight back up but it's possible. 

David Moyes looks dejected
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'I thought we were the better team'

Burnley 1-0 Stoke

Stoke City

Stoke manager Mark Hughes:  "I thought we played well in terms of withstanding what Burnley do and defensively we were rock solid. In terms of our play we had a game plan and looked to take their press out of it and it worked really well.

"[I thought] It was just a matter time for us to score. We had a couple of real opportunities when we were clean through and that is the disappointing thing for us. 

"We were the side in the ascendency but they were able to go up and put the ball into the box and it was a good strike but I don’t recall them having too many others. It is disappointing. On night I thought we were the better team."

West Brom 'needed a break'

Watford 2-0 West Brom

West Bromwich Albion

West Brom manager Tony Pulis: "We gave two poor goals away. We still had chances and possessions. Chadli could come out another day with a hat-trick, so we are disappointed.

"The lads kept working but it wasn’t out night. Even when they went down to 10 men, we needed a break. If we had scored with 10 mins to go we could have gone on to get something. We became more desperate.

"We needed a break and they had it."

Tony Pulis manager
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Mazzarri's Watford win back-to-back games

Watford 2-0 West Brom

Watford

Watford manager Walter Mazzarri: "I’m very happy for my team. The players played very well. It was a great game.

"I said before the game they were a good side and had two good results against Man United and Arsenal.

"It was a beautiful goal by M'Baye Niang. Also the assist was good from Deeney."

On Miguel Britos' sending off: "He shouldn’t have been booked – even once – of course we will miss him now for the Tottenham game."

'It was a deserved win'

Burnley 1-0 Stoke

Burnley

Burnley manager Sean Dyche: “It was a very important win, not just because of the remaining games but we have been on a really tough run. Five out of our seven games have been away and the two at home against the top two.

“We knew it was a tough run and to come out with a deserved win is pleasing.

“We have played big games at Turf Moor the players are adapting. They know there are big games and have produced a performance when it counts. We have got to stay focussed. We are in good shape with a record number of points and still seven games to go.”

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Here's how it looks at the bottom of the table where Sunderland stay dead last, eight points adrift from safety.

Burnley are up to 12th, eight points clear of the drop. Breathe easy, Burnley fans.

Man Utd 1-1 Everton

Everton boss Ronald Koeman, speaking to BBC Sport: "You sign before the game for one point but not how the game went. It was a difficult game, we controlled it well at 1-0 up, we had chances on the counter in the second half but not always was the last ball a good one.

"It was really disappointing you don't get the win. The penalty was the right decision but it was really hard to take.

"Manchester United were attacking, taking risks, for that we had to kill the game. I was really confident to keep the clean sheet tonight.

"We know we are close [to being a top four team]. We don't have squads like Manchester United or Chelsea."

Ronald Koeman
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This is how it looks at the top of the table. Manchester United stay fifth while Everton, who were seconds away from going fifth, are seventh; three points behind United.

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Mwalimu Pedro: Rashford and Lingard need more muscle to play in the Premier League. Their work rates are great but they're always shoved off the ball. 

Anthony: Mourinho should go for Europa now, top four is looking an impossible dream tbh.. 

Sho Rahman: If Jose doesn't win Europa then he's gone. Precedent has been set with Moyes then Van Gaal. 

'One lack of judgement cost us'

Man Utd 1-1 Everton

Everton defender Phil Jagielka, speaking to BBC Sport: "I thought we played some good stuff, especially the first half. The gameplan worked and we knew we would have to soak up some pressure. We thought we had done enough but couldn't see the game out.

"It is disappointing not to see out that final attack. It was difficult with their two big fellas up top. The one lack of judgement in the 92nd minute cost us.

"We need to dust ourselves down now. Leicester have found some form but we need to get back to winning ways."

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'A kick in the gut'

Man Utd 1-1 Everton

Leon Osman

Ex-Everton midfielder on Football Focus

Everton were fantastic tonight. Ross Barkley was showing glimpses of the player we all want him to be and Romelu Lukaku put himself about too. 

To come off then with just a point, with pretty much the last kick of the game, it really is a kick in the gut. 

Ross Barkley
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Everton not happy

Man Utd 1-1 Everton

Simon Stone

BBC Sport at Old Trafford

Boos from the Everton fans at the final whistle and a long chat for referee Neil Swarbrick with Leighton Baines.

Not sure what the complaints were for. Could be the amount of added time or the free-kicks that went the home side's way at the end.

There could be no moaning about the penalty though.

'A dog's dinner of a performance'

Man Utd 1-1 Everton

Mark Lawrenson

Former Liverpool defender on Radio 5 live

Everton have played really well. It's unfortunate Ashley Williams gave away that penalty. Only thing is, Robles would have saved that but he is not to know that. Such is life. 

From Manchester United, it was a dog's dinner of a performance. They had no idea who was playing where and they played that way. They have gone away with a point but should have had none. 

Everton should have had the three points. 

Ashley Williams of Everton is shown a red card
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Man Utd 1-1 Everton

Stern faces on both managers as they walk down the tunnel. It's not really a result for either to celebrate. Everton were just seconds away from a big win, while for Manchester United a point only marginally improves their top four hopes. They are four points behind Manchester City.

FULL-TIME

Man Utd 1-1 Everton

All over and Manchester United seal a ninth home draw of the season.

Phil Jagielka applauds fans
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Ibrahimovic saves Man Utd

Man Utd 1-1 Everton

No chance Zlatan Ibrahimovic was going to miss this one. Despite all the pressure he confidence fires home.

Second left and it looks like another draw for Manchester United.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores a penalty
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GOAL - Man Utd 1-1 Everton

Zlatan Ibrahimovic (90+3 mins)

Manchester United get out of jail!

PENALTY TO MAN UTD

Man Utd 0-1 Everton

Ashley Williams handles the ball
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Ashley Williams blocks Luke Shaw's drive with his hand and Manchester United have a penalty! Williams is sent off.

Ashley Williams of Everton is dejected
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Man Utd 0-1 Everton

The 90 minutes are up and there will FOUR minutes of added time to play.

Manchester United fans release a collective roar, more in hope than anything else.

Unhappy home stat

Man Utd 0-1 Everton

Simon Stone

BBC Sport at Old Trafford

Manchester United have won six home Premier League games so far this season.

After tonight they will have three games left at Old Trafford, including the visit of leaders Chelsea on 16 April.

United won nine home games during David Moyes' single season in charge, although the Scot was only in charge for seven of them as Ryan Giggs replaced him for the final two.

CLOSE!

Man Utd 0-1 Everton

Better from Manchester United as Zlatan Ibrahimovic heads just over!

Jose Mourinho swipes the air in frustration as another chance goes begging.

It was actually £89 million Lawro...

Man Utd 0-1 Everton

Mark Lawrenson

Former Liverpool defender on Radio 5 live

Well you don't get much for £86million do you... 

Paul Pogba of Manchester United
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Man Utd 0-1 Everton

A chance for Everton to end Manchester United's hopes as they break again, this time through Dominic Calvert-Lewin. He has Romelu Lukaku for support but plays the ball behind the striker and Eric Bailly is able to zone in and sweep up. He finds Paul Pogba but the midfielder puts too much into his cross and the chance is gone. The story of Manchester United's night.

Man Utd 0-1 Everton

As things stand Everton are up to fifth, with Manchester United dropping back into that all-too-familiar sixth spot. 

Still time for that to change as Manchester United come forward again but Jesse Lingard's shot is deflected behind for a corner.