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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

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance and Saj Chowdhury

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    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.

  2. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

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

  3. Get involved

    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.

    Lines are open. You can call 0500 909 693, text 85058 or tweet @bbc606 on social media.

  4. Post update

    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.

  5. Text us on 81111

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

  6. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    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!

  8. Player reaction

    Man City 1-1 Chelsea

    Frank Lampard

    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."

  9. 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
  10. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    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...

  11. Post update

    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....

  13. Post update

    Man City 1-1 Chelsea

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

  14. 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."

  15. Manager reaction

    Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace

    Neil Warnock

    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."

  16. Manager reaction

    Man City 1-1 Chelsea

    Frank lampard & Jose MOurinho

    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."

  17. Post update

    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.

  18. Manager reaction

    Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace

    Roberto Martinez

    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."

  19. 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."

  20. Post update

    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.

  21. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    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.

  22. Manager reaction

    Man City 1-1 Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho

    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."

  23. The pragmatic one

    Chelsea

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

  24. Post update

    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."

  25. HAVE YOUR SAY

    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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  26. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Frank Lampard

    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

    BBC Sport

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

  28. Post update

    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.'

  29. Post update

    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
  31. Post update

    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.

  32. Post update

    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."

  33. Player reaction

    Man City 1-1 Chelsea

    Frank Lampard

    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."

  34. Post update

    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.

  35. 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
  36. Post update

    Man City 1-1 Chelsea

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

  37. FULL-TIME

    Man City 1-1 Chelsea

    Frank Lampard refuses to celebrate
  38. Post update

    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.

  39. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    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.

  40. Post update

    Man City 1-1 Chelsea

    Frank Lampard shoots again - but wide...

  41. Post update

    Man City 1-1 Chelsea

    Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "For a split second Frank Lampard is thinking: 'I am going to get the winner'. But it came to him on his left foot and in the end it was off target."

  42. Post update

    Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace

    Kevin Mirallas almost levels it up, sliding in at the near post but somehow it stays out...

  43. INJURY TIME

    Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace

    There are SIX MINUTES added on at Everton. Neil Warnock looks very nervous indeed.

  44. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Saidmadrid: That's the beauty of football. It had to be Frank Lampard who scored the equaliser for City.

    Ashley Williams: Super Frank sucker punches Jose. Shouldn't have let him go.

    David: Lampard. How can you?????

  45. CLOSE!

    Man City 1-1 Chelsea

    Frank Lampard again! Ooooh. He hammers in a low shot and it's well blocked.

  46. Post update

    Man City 1-1 Chelsea

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty at the Etihad

    "What a moment. Chelsea's fans had been singing Frank Lampard's name all afternoon and even gave him a standing ovation on his arrival - and then he pops up with the goal that could take a crucial win away from them. Suddenly the wind is in Manchester City's sails."

  47. Post update

    Man City 1-1 Chelsea

    It's the 10 men of Manchester City who are pushing for the winner now. Can they grab one?

  48. Post update

    Man City 1-1 Chelsea

    Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "We were speaking before about how much of a tragedy it would be for Chelsea if Frank Lampard did score. What a ball to find James Milner, and Lampard appeared from nowhere. A great finish.

    "That was the first time a City player made a really concentrated run, from a deep position, behind Chelsea's back four."

  49. SUBSTITUTION

    Man City 1-1 Chelsea

    Didier Drogba is on for Diego Costa. Get Paulo Ferreira on and the Chelsea old boys reunion is well up and running...

  50. GOAL

    Man City 1-1 Chelsea - Frank Lampard (85 mins)

    Would you Adam & Eve it? It had to be didn't it? Frank Lampard, Chelsea legend, steers Manchester City level. James Milner helps the ball across, Lampard makes that trademark late dash into the penalty area and slots home into the corner.

    The obligatory 'non celebration' and a great story!

    Frank Lampard refuses to celebrate his goal against Chelsea
  51. Post update

    Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace

    Phil Jagielka has a chance to level it up from Leighton Baines' cutback but he slices it wide from 15 yards. Everton going for it...

  52. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Amy Reynolds-Croden: Frank Lampard on the pitch in a light blue shirt makes me want to cry.

    Charles Nurick: Not often a player will get a better reception from the opposition's fans than their own.

    Amadou Conteh: Ahhh here he comes Super Frank. Please don't hurt us!

  53. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Man City 0-1 Chelsea

    Diego Costa almost draws level with Micky Quinn, slamming a low shot against the base of the post. Five or six minutes left.

  54. GOAL

    Everton 2-3 Crystal Palace - Leighton Baines (Pen 83 mins)

    Lifeline for Everton! Leighton Baines steers in a penalty after James McCarthy is fouled by Scott Dann.

    Everton's Leighton Baines scores
  55. PENALTY to EVERTON

    Everton 1-3 Crystal Palace

  56. Post update

    Man City 0-1 Chelsea

    Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "How refreshing is the Chelsea fans' applause for Frank Lampard. What a story it would be if he could pinch an equaliser.

    "Man City have not had anybody run in behind John Terry and Gary Cahill today. They have found that very difficult. There is this dark blue wall that at the moment looks impenetrable. James Milner is now playing his third position of the game; left-back."

  57. Post update

    Man City 0-1 Chelsea

    It's over 13 years since Frank Lampard played against Chelsea. A strange day for him and the Chelsea fans.

  58. Post update

    Man City 0-1 Chelsea

    Here is a story! Potentially. Frank Lampard, Chelsea's record goalscorer, comes on for Manchester City. He couldn't do, could he? He gets a huge ovation from the away fans, as you would expect.

    Chelsea fans hold a flag for Frank Lampard
  59. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Andrew Tuffnell: Absolutely classic Mourinho football. Sit solid and hope to nick a goal on the counter. Never beautiful but so effective.

    Ugo Ohanyerenwa: "Attack wins you games, defence wins you titles" - Sir Alex Ferguson. Chelsea believe it and are after the title.

    Sam Wright: Wonder what the odds were on Leicester, West Brom and Palace all winning today?

  60. CLOSE!

    Man City 0-1 Chelsea

    Pablo Zabaleta has been awarded a red card in six of his seven seasons at Man City, he's nothing but consistent. Diego Costa then has Chelsea's second attempt on target of the game with a powerful header straight at Joe Hart.

    City have 15 minutes to salvage this.

  61. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Hassan Aljumah: Game, set and league for Chelsea.

  62. Post update

    Man City 0-1 Chelsea

    Chelsea are currently moving five points clear at the top of the table and second-placed Southampton, with an eight-point cushion over Manchester City.

  63. Post update

    Man City 0-1 Chelsea

    Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "In this battle of the two top teams, this is an absolutely masterful counter-attacking goal. Great ball from Diego Costa to the right, the cross comes in and there is Andre Schurrle to put it in.

    "I know there will be loads of anger from the Man City fans, but Pablo Zabaleta got himself sent off. That is not Chelsea's problem."

    Chelsea celebrate Andre Schurrle's opener
  64. Post update

    Everton 1-3 Crystal Palace

    That third Palace goal was scored from Everton's right-back spot. They had no right-back of course after sacrificing John Stones for an attacker at 2-1 down. Them's the breaks. The game looks gone now.

    Yannick Bolasie scores for Crystal Palace
  65. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Chris Ford: Everyone worrying about Diego Costa losing his cool and it is Pablo Zabaleta who loses his head.

    Oli Worth: Why do fans applaud players off when they've been sent off? Silly swipe, risks the game for his team.

  66. GOAL

    Man City 0-1 Chelsea - Andre Schurrle (71 mins)

    What was that about 0-0?! Chelsea take the lead immediately. Diego Costa starts the move with a good ball out wide, Eden Hazard looks up and puts it on a plate for substitute Andre Schurrle, and he can't miss. Tap-in for the lead.

    Andre Schurrle scores for Chelsea
  67. SUBSTITUTION

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Reshuffle for City as Bacary Sagna comes on for Edin Dzeko. Both sides probably happy with a 0-0 from here.

  68. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty at the Etihad

    "Life is never dull with Diego Costa around. He is the villain of the piece for Manchester City's fans after Pablo Zabaleta's sending off - now chances for Chelsea to cash in on their numerical advantage."

    Pablo Zabaleta of Manchester City leaves the pitch
  69. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "The tackle is a yellow card. Pablo Zabaleta cannot complain he has got two yellows. Diego Costa was peeved because Zabaleta made a great tackle on him just before, and then he whacked him again. Definite yellow. Will this make Chelsea more adventurous? I doubt it."

  70. GOAL

    Everton 1-3 Crystal Palace - Yannick Bolasie (69 mins)

    Game, set and the match? You'd think so. Leon Osman gifts the ball to Palace in midfield, Jason Puncheon plays a fine ball into the run of Yannick Bolasie on the edge of the box and he steers it into the far corner first time. Great finish!

  71. RED CARD

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea - Pablo Zabaleta

    He's off! A flashpoint, and you know that Diego Costa is involved! Pablo Zabaleta fouls Diego Costa, who is not happy at all and grapples with the Argentine. Zabaleta has a hand on his shoulder, it all gets a bit silly and the end result is that Zabaleta sees red after picking up his second booking. Costa is booked.

    Manchester City's Pablo Zabaleta is sent off
  72. Post update

    Everton 1-2 Crystal Palace

    All-out attack from Everton as they try to turn this one around. A strange scoreline as they haven't played badly, but two poor goals to concede have hurt them. They will have to get used to playing Thursday-Sunday of course.

  73. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Toby Archer: Sublime for 45 minutes against Burnley but if you want evidence why Barcelona sold Cesc Fabregas then watch this. Total passenger.

    Kebabmon: Man City and Chelsea excellent defensively today. A lesson for the rest of Premier League. Particularly the other big spenders.

  74. SUBSTITUTION

    Everton 1-2 Crystal Palace

    Everton make changes too. On come Steven Naismith and Kevin Mirallas, with Christian Atsu and John Stones off. James McCarthy is the man filling in at right-back.

  75. SUBSTITUTION

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho rolls his dice and gets a 14 - Andre Schurrle replaces Ramires. Also coming off is Willian, with John Mikel Obi on in midfield.

  76. Post update

    Are you still with us? Half an hour left at Goodison Park and the Etihad...

    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini gestures to Jose Mourinho
  77. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Fernandinho hit it with his right foot. The whole of Chelsea's defence just opened up completely from the half clearance. But who came out to block? John Terry and Gary Cahill, the two centre-backs. Who else? Prepared to take a bullet for the cause.

    "Then Thibaut Courtois makes a top save. Especially with so long not having had anything to do. As any outstanding team do, Chelsea are just stopping and breaking up the play now."

  78. CLOSE!

    Everton 1-2 Crystal Palace

    Almost two apiece. Great play from Christian Atsu, as he dances past Jason Puncheon and into the penalty area, he finds Romelu Lukaku whose shot is well blocked on the line, and Gareth Barry can't turn it in.

    Time for reinforcements?

  79. GREAT SAVE!

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Best chance of the day! Great move from City as Yaya Toure finds Pablo Zabaleta on the right, he play it back in to Sergio Aguero, who is able to find half a yard in the blue wall to steer in a low shot. Thibaut Courtois gets down well to keep it out, and Ramires is in the face of Edin Dzeko to deny him a tap-in.

    Chelsea keeper Thibaut Courtois
  80. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Jamie Smith: Am I wishing too much for some goals this half? There is a long way to go to match the earlier game!

    Connor McMeekin: Eden Hazard has been so disappointing today. No penetration and no defensive cover. I can see why Jose gets annoyed with him!

    Chris Ford: Will the Chelsea fans that have travelled to Manchester be happy to watch Chelsea park the bus like this?

  81. CLOSE!

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Any chance of a goal?! City have a corner which is half cleared, Fernandinho arrives to strike it crisp as you like, but it is always flying wide.

  82. Get involved

    606 phone-in

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Ian Wright and Kelly Cates are gearing up for 606 on BBC 5 live.

    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?

    And Manchester City and Chelsea fans - we'd love your reaction to the Diego Costa v Vincent Kompany battle! Call 0500 909 693, text 85058 or @bbc606 on social media.

  83. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Branislav Ivanovic just put his arm out slightly to fob off Yaya Toure. But his leg also just caught Toure's leg ever so slightly. The referee was only looking at the fob off I think."

  84. GOAL

    Everton 1-2 Crystal Palace - Fraizer Campbell (54 mins)

    Clanger. Absolute howler from Tim Howard, as he goes up to claim a cross, doesn't get there and Fraizer Campbell is able to steer in the header. Phil Jagielka tries to claw it away from off the line but can't move his legs quickly enough. Out of nothing, Palace lead.

    Fraizer Campbell celebrates scoring for Crystal Palace
  85. PENALTY APPEAL

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Yaya Toure mirrors, signals, indicates and pulls out to overtake Branislav Ivanovic, surges past him on the outside before going to earth. He wants a penalty and the defender does tangle with him. There's a left boot touching Toure's thigh.

    Nothing given.

    Manchester City's Yaya Toure looks for a penalty
  86. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "It's been a bright start from Man City certainly. I wonder whether once the teams start to tire maybe we will start to see one or two more chances. He said hopefully…"

  87. Post update

    Everton 1-1 Crystal Palace

    Great pass! Spotter's badge for John Stones as he slides one through the eye of a Crystal Palace needle into the feet of Samuel Eto'o. The Indomitable Lion's first touch isn't the best and the ball spins away from him, and he over compensates with his shot, dragging it wide of the far post. Chance.

  88. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Fabulous delivery on the run from Aleksandar Kolarov, whipped in at pace, but John Terry extends his neck to flick it clear.

  89. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Akinpelu Kayode A: Jose Mourinho pragmatically and rightly goes for caution over flamboyance. A sensible thing away at the Etihad. A draw suits Chelsea more.

  90. KICK-OFF

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Knockabout stuff in the tunnel at City as Eden Hazard and Yaya Toure have a playful exchange of slaps and pushes, but we are back playing.

  91. KICK-OFF

    Everton 1-1 Crystal Palace

    Back under way at Goodison Park...

    Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock and Everton boss Roberto Martinez
  92. Post update

    Everton 1-1 Crystal Palace

    Everton had 76% of possession in that first half. A huge figure - but can they find a winner now?

  93. Text us on 81111

    Malc, Blackpool: Can still remember when Micky Quinn scored a hat-trick for Coventry City at Arsenal, first game of 1992/93 season. He is a Sky Blue legend.

    James C, Surrey: I think Jose Mourinho has rehired that bus..

  94. Post update

    As it stands, Micky Quinn is still better than Diego Costa.

  95. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    ScarletVarlet: Say what you like, but this Man City v Chelsea match is a yawner. Everton v Crystal Palace has far more excitement.

    Jon Carter: This City v Chelsea match is up there with the dullest ever! Or is that just because of the Leicester game?

    Andrew Kemp: William and Ramires have to go at half-time. Done nothing right and lost the ball every time they got it. Oscar and Andre Schurrle please.

  96. Crowded House

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Chelsea

    These are Chelsea's average positions during that first half. Try and get through the middle of that lot...

  97. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "It's been intriguing, but it's just a pity it has followed Man Utd against Leicester. It has not been a very inspiring first half. Man City have shaded it as the better team, but in defence Chelsea have been very good. And not just the back four but everybody in front. They have been competitive as well.

    "Chelsea will now just fast forward to six o'clock. City have been little bit brighter and with one or two more ideas, but I can only remember Thibaut Courtois making one save, from a corner. Frank Lampard maybe? A goal from midfield? Because of the wealth both teams have, they have both got options. Which is why one of these teams will win the Premier League."

    Frank Lampard trains for Manchester City
  98. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty at the Etihad

    "For all the quality players on show that was rather dull...and nothing in the way of clear-cut opportunities for either side."

  99. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Six bookings and one attempt on target in that first period. Cagey? I should coco.

  100. HALF-TIME

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    There it is, nil-nil at the break then between two of the title rivals. Bring back Tyler Blackett for the entertainment value.

  101. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Chelsea have been really, really good defensively in this first half. I have to say it has been a defensive master class. Just when you think City are into the penalty area, that all they have to do is flick a leg at the ball and score, a darker blue shirt comes in and steals the ball away."

  102. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Willian is caught by David Silva and looks in a bit of grief. The medical staff sprint onto the pitch but we are almost at half time. Get him in the dressing room and have a look at him.

    Manchester City's David Silva and Chelsea's Willian clash
  103. HALF-TIME

    Everton 1-1 Crystal Palace

  104. Post update

    Everton 1-1 Crystal Palace

    Leighton Baines has a free-kick on the edge of the box, he takes aim but it flicks up off the top of the wall and away. Frustrating afternoon for Everton so far.

  105. CLOSE!

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Diego Costa's first sniff! Branislav Ivanovic heads down a corner, Costa is in the right place to convert but Fernandinho just gets a toe to it to steer it wide...

  106. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Everton 1-1 Crystal Palace

    Almost a second goal for Palace, out of nothing! Christian Atsu loses the ball, Yannick Bolasie strides forward and lashes in a shot from 25 yards which takes a big deflection and loops over Tim Howard.

    It hits the bar, and Fraizer Campbell is caught out. He starts to celebrate as the ball drifts through the air, and is on his heels when the ball spins out toward him.

  107. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty at the Etihad

    "Jose Mourinho has been permanently stationed in his technical area while opposite number Manuel Pellegrini has occasionally felt relaxed enough to take a seat. Chelsea still waiting for their two big players, Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas, to exert their influence."

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho directs from the touchline
  108. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Man City are huffing and puffing without really creating that golden opportunity."

  109. YELLOW CARD

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    A fifth booking of the game as David Silva lashes out at Willian. What are the odds on a red card today? Probably shorter than a goal, the way this is lining up.

  110. Post update

    Everton 1-1 Crystal Palace

    Everton are back on the front foot since that Crystal Palace equaliser, with Gareth Barry flashing a dangerous cross into the middle.

  111. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Yaya Toure has not scored or assisted a single Premier League goal in his three appearances so far this season. The last time that he failed to score or assist a goal in four successive Premier League appearance was back in November-December 2012.

    That's some record.

    Manchester City's Yaya Toure outpaces Cesc Fabregas
  112. YELLOW CARD

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Sergio Aguero skips away from Ramires, who reacts as I would, with a crafty kick to the calf. He's booked as a result.

  113. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    William Broom: Diego Costa can bully himself to a goal against most centre-backs in the league but not Vincent Kompany.

    Saint Rhys: Frank Lampard to come on, smash a shot past Joe Hart and sprint away while pulling his Man City shirt off to reveal a Chelsea top.

  114. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Yaya Toure has been more involved so far, playing the most passes of anyone on the pitch. Nobody looks like scoring right now though.

  115. Text us on 81111

    Alex: I can't see Chelsea losing today. They seem to have clicked. But then I backed Leicester to go down, so what do I know?

    Ben, Sunderland: 'He's fat, he's round, he bounces on the ground, Micky Quinn...' (See 16:03)

  116. GOAL

    Everton 1-1 Crystal Palace - Mile Jedinak (Pen 30 mins)

    That is as good as it gets, penalty wise. Australia skipper Mile Jedinak steps up and hammers the spot-kick into the top corner. Unsaveable!

    Mile Jedinak tucks away a penalty for Crystal Palace
  117. PENALTY TO PALACE

    Everton 1-0 Crystal Palace

    Out of nothing! Tim Howard, John Stones and Sylvain Distin all leave the ball to one another, James McArthur gambles and gets there, and is tripped by a combination of all three.

  118. CLOSE!

    Everton 1-0 Crystal Palace

    He should score! Leon Osman has had a very busy first half but he should double Everton's lead after Christian Atsu's knock down, but he scuffs his shot.

  119. Post update

    You're a strange man Ross. You can find that sort of entertainment online if you look hard enough. So I'm told...

  120. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Josh: Diego Costa should target Eliaquim Mangala if he wants any joy. Vincent Kompany is not just a great defender, but a smart man too. Won't be wound up!

    Ross Bentley: A Branislav Ivanovic v Aleksandar Kolarov cage fight is something I would pay to see...

  121. Post update

    Everton 1-0 Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace pressing up and pinning back Everton now, they are certainly more competitive than in the opening 10 minutes. Compared to the fun with the Foxes earlier it's all a bit flat though.

    Crystal Palace's Mile Jedinak against Everton
  122. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "It's an intriguing game, no doubt. It has been very physical, more than any other game this weekend in the Premier League I would say. But not a great deal has happened, which of course suits Chelsea at the moment."

  123. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Cesc Fabregas has made 15 passes for Chelsea so far. The next most is six. He's like the rug in Jeff Lebowski's lounge. He ties it all together man.

  124. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty at the Etihad

    "Diego Costa has been busier with his defensive duties rather than attacking as Manchester City make a very bright start - with James Milner busy and influential early on. City captain Vincent Kompany has already made his presence felt on the striker with a tough but legitimate challenge. We already know Costa is up for a scrap but City may just want to test out that combustible temperament."

    Chelsea striker Diego Costa leaps for the ball
  125. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "Man City are camped in Chelsea's half without really creating too many opportunities. But apart form a Willian cross the ball has not been in the City penalty area at all."

  126. Post update

    Everton 1-0 Crystal Palace

    Palace back on a more even keel in the last few minutes but they can't find any quality in the final third just yet, Yannick Bolasie slamming a cross out of play on the stretch.

  127. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Manchester City v Chelsea

    Branislav Ivanovic hit the only goal in Chelsea's win earlier this year.

  128. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Binaya Basyal: Chelsea seem to be set up to defend, when are they turning up?

  129. YELLOW CARD

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Fernandinho is booked for a lunge in midfield and moments later has another go, treading a fine line. And then a great tussle between Diego Costa and Vincent Kompany, heavyweight Greco-Roman stuff, and it ends with a nice polite handshake between the two. They enjoyed that.

  130. Post update

    Everton 1-0 Crystal Palace

    Everton in a different gear to Palace so far, and Romelu Lukaku could have made it 2-0 with a miscued volley at the near post, Everton are able to whip it back in and Samuel Eto'o also scuffs his shot wide. Roberto Martinez's side looking very slick.

  131. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Sergio Aguero is back up on his feet, he seems to be moving OK too. Scare averted. Manchester City continue to dominate the ball but Chelsea are notoriously difficult to break down.

  132. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Paul Moore: I think this has a 1-0 Chelsea smash and grab all over it!

    Chris Sainsbury: James Milner is the most underestimated footballer in the top flight. Massive player.

  133. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Sergio Aguero goes down in an innocuous looking challenge with John Terry and looks in trouble, while Willian is also felled and needs some treatment. Worrying for City fans here.

  134. GOAL

    Everton 1-0 Crystal Palace - Romelu Lukaku (9 mins)

    Christian Atsu was closed down before he could get a shot away, but moments later Romelu Lukaku does not give the Palace defence a chance. Again Leon Osman plays the key pass, a clever turn around the corner, and Lukaku is in. He takes it away from the defence and clinically slides into the net from 16 yards. Up and running.

    Romalu Lukaku celebrates his opener for Everton
  135. GREAT SAVE!

    Everton 0-0 Crystal Palace

    Lovely move from Everton, who should perhaps be ahead. Leon Osman slides a perfectly-weighted pass in behind and Christian Atsu is closed down.

  136. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Edin Dzeko flicks a header wide at the end of more Manchester City pressure. Chelsea can't get going at all so far.

    Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko heads wide
  137. Text us on 81111

    Martin, Stocksbridge: To think Jamie Vardy got thrown away as a youngster by Sheffield Wednesday for being too small is laughable and shows where this country is going wrong. He was then given a chance by local club Stocksbridge in the 8th tier of English football and was ripping defences apart for fun then. Now he is ripping Man Utd apart, what a great success story he is. Goes to show what hard work can do.

    Anthony in Manchester: I think Anthony Pilkington has scored against FC United and Man United. Atheron Collieries and Norwich!

  138. Player reaction

    Leicester 5-3 Man Utd

    Leicester City goalscorer Jamie Vardy: "As soon as we got back into it we were on a massive high, the crowd were right behind us. We created chances and we put them all away.

    "We had done our research this week and their attacking options are frightening but the diamond formation they play leaves a lot of space behind the full-backs and we looked to exploit that.

    "I am proud of the performance today but the main thing is that we got three points.

    "This is a dream come true but I wont let it go to my head. I'll get back for the Manchester City-Chelsea game and relax on the sofa."

  139. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Diego Costa is in action - but at the other end, clearing a clever Manchester City free-kick away for a corner. All City so far.

  140. The mighty Quinn

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Micky Quinn

    Diego Costa has started life in the Premier League extraordinarily well. The predatory striker has bagged seven goals in his first four games, and one more against Manchester City this afternoon will draw him level with this colossus of the game.

    Just look at him. The grimace, the 'tache, that kit! Drink it in people. The magic of Mick Quinn. The Coventry striker scored eight times in his first five Premier League games, and 10 in his first six.

    Is Diego Costa as good as Quinn? Not in my book...

    Top scorers
  141. Post update

    Everton 0-0 Crystal Palace

    Yannick Bolasie almost gets in behind the Everton defence as Palace, in a very bright yellow kit today, start well.

  142. Post update

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Excellent start from City as Sergio Aguero burrows away into space on the right and wins a corner, which John Terry heads clear twice. Pablo Zabaleta then picks out Aguero with another cross but his header is away and behind.

  143. LINE-UPS

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Man City: Hart, Zabaleta, Kompany, Mangala, Kolarov, Milner, Fernandinho, Toure, Silva, Dzeko, Aguero. Subs: Sagna, Nasri, Caballero, Jesus Navas, Lampard, Clichy, Demichelis.

    Chelsea: Courtois, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Azpilicueta, Fabregas, Matic, Ramires, Willian, Costa, Hazard. Subs: Cech, Luis, Oscar, Drogba, Mikel, Schurrle, Remy.

    Referee: Mike Dean (Wirral)

  144. LINE-UPS

    Everton 0-0 Crystal Palace

    Everton: Howard, Stones, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, McCarthy, Barry, Atsu, Eto'o, Osman, Lukaku. Subs: Robles, Gibson, McGeady, Mirallas, Naismith, Besic, Alcaraz.

    Crystal Palace: Speroni, Kelly, Dann, Delaney, Ward, McArthur, Jedinak, Puncheon, Ledley, Bolasie, Campbell. Subs: Mariappa, Guedioura, Doyle, Zaha, Hennessey, Gayle, Fryers.

    Referee: Michael Oliver (Northumberland)

  145. KICK-OFF

    Everton 0-0 Crystal Palace

    And game on at Goodison.

  146. KICK-OFF

    Man City 0-0 Chelsea

    Under way at the Etihad...

  147. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Gambeano Snitch: Man City taking a massive gamble starting Eliaquim Mangala. Nothing against his ability but risky to give debut in such a high profile game.

  148. Post update

    Man City v Chelsea (16:00 BST)

    Sun out in Manchester as Vincent Kompany and John Terry lead the sides out. We want eight goals at least here then please...

  149. Post update

    A great question...

  150. Text us on 81111

    Simon, Manchester: Is Jamie Vardy the only player to score against Man United and FC United?

  151. Manager reaction

    Man City v Chelsea (16:00 BST)

    Louis van Gaal

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal, speaking to Sky Sports: "How is it possible to give this game away? We have given the game away. Leicester has proven already in four games that they have a strong character and that when they are 3-1 down, you can play all the game with more possession but you cannot do these kind of things."

    On Tyler Blackett's sending off and the Jonny Evans injury: "It is not pleasant when players are injured or sent off but we can manage. I don't think it is the weakness of our defence, it is the weakness of our defensive organisation from the team. That we have to do better. You have to know when you can pass the ball and when you have to get rid of the ball. In this game, at 3-1 I felt we had played fantastic football but then you cannot make the errors we did.

    "We have to continue and improve. We created a lot of chances, we made fantastic goals so that is a plus but we lost the game and that is the most important thing."

  152. Post update

    Man City v Chelsea (16:00 BST)

    Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson

    BBC Radio 5 live

    "When Jose Mourinho managed Chelsea in his first spell, at 2-0 up it was game over, that was enough for him. I think he is a different manager since he came back from Real Madrid.

    "There, they have an expectation on winning but winning well. Mourinho has gone from being a manager with a glass half empty to being a manager with a glass half full."

  153. Post update

    Just 10 minutes to go until we have lift off between Everton and Crystal palace, and Manchester City and Chelsea.

    What a Sunday afternoon.

  154. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Ashley Williams: Nowhere for Louis van Gaal to hide. They need to finish top three for their finances. Looking difficult.

    Lee Hounslow: A new brand of attacking football? Same old Spurs under another manager, struggle to break teams down, mid-table here we come!

    Chris Warne: Man City v Chelsea - I reckon a draw is the best result for Southampton's title hopes.

  155. Manager reaction

    Leicester 5-3 Man Utd

    Louis van Gaal

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal: "I think the spectators have seen a fantastic spectacle today and we started well and scored fantastic goals. In second half, we scored another goal but you have to win the game and we didn't do that. We didn't keep ball possession in the right way.

    "We have too many players who want to seek for the goal. Leicester have already showed against Arsenal and Stoke that they can come back and they did it very well.

    "For the first penalty it is always the referee [who you talk about] but you don't have to do that as a player. You know you are in the penalty area and you allow the referee to whistle if you make a challenge, I don't know if it is a penalty but we have to look at ourselves because we made such big errors as a team.

    "I cannot say that I am happy. In the world of football, these matches happen. I was a coach at Barcelona in my first year and we were 3-0 ahead, with 15 minutes to play and we lost 3-4. It can happen, it is the world of football but it is not good because we have the game in our pocket and gave it away. Not because of Leicester, we gave it away and I don't like that.

    "You cannot say the defence was weak. You play like a team, Leicester showed that, we did not play like a team in the second half and that is not only defence. In a defensive situation the whole team is responsible, not just one defender."

  156. Manager reaction

    Leicester 5-3 Man Utd

    Nigel Pearson

    Leicester manager Nigel Pearson: "Back to back wins in the Premier League is never easy, especially for a promoted side. To back up the Stoke win against one of the big forces in English football is very satisfying. When you add to that coming from 3-1 down, it is a testament to the quality, belief and spirit amongst us. All in all we got things right tactically. We were always in the game because we matched them up.

    "The most important thing is we continued in a positive vein. It is not a case of being positive and also being naïve. You need to find the right way to approach games. In the end we were full value for it.

    "When you play against the diamond, the players who are going to have the most time are both full-backs. But we were able to exploit areas down the side of the back four on the transitions. We didn't do it well enough for long periods in the first half but were better in the second. The players have to take credit for how they went about putting into practice what we talked about and also their resilience. It is not just about technical ability.

    "I haven't seen it (the first penalty) but I think when players commit to challenges in the box you have to be careful. We have an honest group of players and when you play at this level there are offences where you wonder if they are or aren't. That is the culture we have now. But our players work hard to put opponents under pressure and if we had a lucky break we earned it."

  157. Manager reaction

    Tottenham 0-1 West Brom

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino:

    "I'm disappointed and angry. I think we had a very bad day.

    "We played very, very slow. We need to be more alive and play quick. We didn't create too much. We made a big mistake on the set-piece."

    Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino
  158. Post update

    Man City v Chelsea (16:00 BST)

    BBC Sport Chief Football Writer Phil McNulty at the Etihad

    "Tough act to follow here after those remarkable events at Leicester - but we have two sides here who are capable of giving it a run for their money. Chelsea have made a 100% start to their Premier League season while Manchester City need victory to stop Jose Mourinho's side stretching their advantage to eight points after they lost their last home game to Stoke City and drew at Arsenal."

  159. Post update

    Leicester 5-3 Man Utd

    Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal says it was 'a fantastic spectacle of a game' that his side should have won easily.

    Full quotes to follow.

  160. Manager reaction

    Tottenham 0-1 West Brom

    Joleon Lescott

    West Brom manager Alan Irvine: "I thought we played really well against a really good team. They had strength to bring on from the bench. Our lads stuck to the gameplan. We played with quality and they worked hard. We showed a lot of quality ability at times.

    "Joleon Lescott was outstanding. No question. But it wouldn't be right to single Joleon out - it was a whole team of very good performers. I'm delighted, it's not relief. I didn't feel I was under a huge amount of pressure. I felt we've been getting closer and closer to a good result."

  161. "I'm not a machine, I'm a man"

    Man City v Chelsea (16:00 BST)

    Football Focus

    BBC Sport

    Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure, on Paul Scholes' criticism of his defensive work rate: "We never heard from Paul Scholes when he was a player but now he has started talking, which is fine. I would say he's a good guy and he was very quiet but now he's started talking and has become a little bit dirty [laughs].

    "He's doing a different job now so it is part of his new job to talk. People have always criticised me; first it was about money and then different things but my commitment to this club is always high.

    Yaya Toure

    "As Paul Scholes knows from being a professional it is very hard to always do everything but my responsibility at Manchester City is higher than ever. I'm not a machine, I'm a man and sometimes I make mistakes and people have to understand that.

    "Opponents don't give me space and they use that to destabilise me. If the manager tells me to defend I will defend. If the manager tells me to play goalkeeper and I will play goalkeeper. It's disappointing when people criticise me but I will always be the first to get out there and fight until the end."

  162. Post update

    Man City v Chelsea (16:00 BST)

    Forget the Champions League Yaya, City just need three points this afternoon.

  163. "I want to give the fans the Champions League"

    Man City v Chelsea (16:00 BST)

    Football Focus

    Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure, on fans and targeting the Champions League: "I know how much the fans love me because they are good to me and my family. When I go out in the street they sing my name which is unbelievable. I want to give them something back and my target now is the Champions League. Manchester City was in the shadow of Manchester United for a long time until now. Now we are in Europe and need to do better.

    Yaya Toure

    "To win the Champions League is going to be very tough but I want to commit myself to the club until then. We've been together as a group for four or five years now and we need to transfer our domestic form into the Champions League. We are in a difficult group but we still have five games to play and need to bounce back against Roma on Tuesday week."

  164. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    DSS Brooks: Man United undone by astonishingly bad refereeing today. But the response from 3-3 was very poor - and the defence is a farce.

    Mike Hall: So funny though. Louis van Gaal got given money that David Moyes could only dream of and Manchester United are far more unbalanced now!

    Sanj: Pretty good undercard eh? Great little scrap from a couple of Mid-table sides but it's now time to get ready for The Main Event!

  165. Player reaction

    Leicester 5-3 Man Utd

    Leicester City midfielder Esteban Cambiasso: "It is special. I am very happy but now we celebrate one day but the day after we think about the next match. I am tired now but happy."

  166. Player reaction

    Tottenham 0-1 West Brom

    West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Ben Foster: "It was really hard fought, White Hart Lane is a very hard place to come and it has been a difficult start to the season. Alan Irvine is a fantastic manager and the lads really look up to him and respect him. It's a great win for him as well.

    "We worked hard all week on our shape and it worked. The two centre-backs in front of me were fantastic. Joleon Lescott reads the game so well, he can see it all happening in front of him. He is brilliant to have not only on the pitch but in the changing rooms as well."

    West Brom keeper Ben Foster celebrates their win over Tottenham
  167. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Sonny Charles: You can't blame a referee for the five goals. Two, maybe. Another £160 million spending required in defence to get back in the top four?

    Adam Stubbings: Man Utd's defence has, by all accounts, made Jamie Vardy look like Ronaldo. Remind me why they signed Falcao instead of a centre-back?

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  168. Post update

    MOTD presenter and former Leicester striker Gary Lineker

    "Joking aside, I think that's the greatest Leicester City performance of all time! Utterly, wonderfully stunning!"

  169. Text us on 81111

    Martin, Milton Keynes: Had the pleasure of watching Man Utd get well beaten at StadiumMK and with their next five league games being a lot tougher than the first five it wouldn't surprise me if they were still in the bottom half at Christmas!

    Tom, Stirling: Although the refereeing today was questionable, a patchy defence will always get exposed in the end. Man Utd look great going forward, but I think they will regret not strengthening at the back during the summer. All credit to Man Utd for entertainment purposes though!

  170. Player reaction

    Leicester 5-3 Man Utd

    Jamie Vardy

    Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy: "It was absolutely brilliant. You can see what it means to the fans. We know we can play anyone, we exploited their weaknesses and we got the result. We know we have goals in us and we put our chances away.

    "The first challenge was strength, shoulder to shoulder. I think he was mad the referee had not given a foul and then he came back and sent me down in the box.

    Vardy, who four years ago was playing for FC Halifax, added: "It has not been as easy journey to be here but it is all about staying at the top. We move on to our next game."

  171. "Chelsea would take a point"

    Man City v Chelsea (16:00 BST)