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By Neil Johnston

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  1. Goodnight

    Chelsea's poor form continues, Manchester City and Sergio Aguero are going from strength to strength. On Sunday it is the turn of Manchester United and Arsenal. In addition Liverpool face a severe test at Everton while Tottenham visit Swansea. Thanks for your company. Until next time...

  2. Villa the villains?

    Aston Villa 0-1 Stoke

    Villa graphic
  3. 'Deserved win'

    Aston Villa 0-1 Stoke

    Stoke manager Mark Hughes: "I was pleased with what we produced, it was a performance that we have been looking for. The first half was some of the best stuff we have played in terms of controlling the game. 

    "In the second half, we knew they would come at us, but we defended really well. 

    "It would have been hard to take had we not taken maximum points today and now we have a lot of time to prepare for the next game at Swansea."

  4. Man of the match - Marko Arnautovic

    Aston Villa 0-1 Stoke City

    Forward Marko Arnautovic was involved in all of Stoke's good attacking play, part of a trio also including Bojan and Jon Walters that buzzed behind striker Mame Biram Diouf. He had a goal chalked off for offside, arguably incorrectly, but there was no doubt about his winner - the one real moment of quality in the match.

    Marko Arnautovic
  5. 'Getting worse'

    Aston Villa 0-1 Stoke

    Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood: "I am very disappointed, we needed to win the game at home to a team that we could have leapfrogged. 

    "The situation is getting worse, it is alright saying ifs, buts and maybes, but we are not picking up the wins and that is why we are down near the bottom of the league. 

    "We are all in this together but as the manager I take all the responsibility. 

    "I will use the international break to get my players fitter because they are not fit enough yet to play the way I want them to play. For some of them it will be like a mini pre-season."

  6. What the papers say

    Aston Villa 0-1 Stoke

    The Guardian: "The evidence is mounting against Aston Villa. It is becoming harder for them to escape the reality of their situation and the sense of drift and decay that follows Villa around these days was exacerbated by this forgettable defeat to Stoke City."

    Daily Mail: "Villa are in dire straights, four points adrift of safety, and showing few signs of promise. Stoke, a cohesive unit accomplished at this level, were too savvy."

    The Mirror: "Aston Villa have struggled for years and years and still they turn up at Villa Park and don’t moan too much. Amazing."

  7. Muddled Villa?

    Aston Villa 0-1 Stoke

    The graphic shows the average position of each player. On the right, Stoke's front four were much closer together, inter-changing. On the left, Villa's front two were isolated, particularly when wing-backs were employed in the first half.

    Average touches
  8. The match winner

    Aston Villa 0-1 Stoke

    Marco Arnautovic
  9. Adam nearly strikes twice

    Aston Villa 0-1 Stoke

    Charlie Adam, who has form for scoring from his own half, almost beat Brad Guzan from beyond the centre circle.

    Charlie Adam shot
  10. Line-ups

    Aston Villa 0-1 Stoke

    Aston Villa line-up
    Stoke line-up
  11. Post update

    Last match coming up...

  12. 'Gomes a leader'

    Bournemouth 1-1 Watford

    Watford boss Quique Sanchez Flores: "I'm pleased with a point and very happy with the players.

    "We have given away two penalties in the last two matches, we have to find a balance between defence and attack.

    "We have scored only six league goals so everyone knows how important goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes is to us, he is a leader.

    "I thought the overhead kick [by Steve Cook] was a goal, then he saved the penalty. We didn't have a lot of chances in the first half but we played well. We had a better time in the second half."

  13. Change of style

    Bournemouth 1-1 Watford

    Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe talked about his side having to "mould" themselves around the strengths of striker Glenn Murray and they certainly had plenty of width against Watford as they put in 19 open play crosses for a player renowned for his aerial prowess. 

    Here's the average position of Bournemouth's players with Matt Ritchie (30) and Marc Pugh (7) providing the width.

    Bournemouth average position
  14. 'No blame Boruc'

    Bournemouth 1-1 Watford

    Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe: "I felt we should have won. It is still very much a learning curve for us, after eight games we feel we should have had more points from the dominance we've had. Today was frustrating, the key moments have gone against us."

    On Artur Boruc's mistake: "There's no blame attached to Artur - we encourage our players and our goalkeeper to take responsibility and play from the back.

    On Glenn Murray's missed penalty: "No blame attached to Glenn, he was excellent today and he was the heartbeat of most of what was good about our team today. 

    "He's a totally different player to Callum Wilson. He brings different strengths and we're going to have to mould ourselves around Glenn as we did with Callum. We tweaked things slightly today but we were still very effective."

  15. What the papers say

    Bournemouth 1-1 Watford

    Daily Mirror: "When Callum Wilson became the third Bournemouth player to suffer a long-term injury inside the opening seven games, the doom-mongers were out in force. But there is much, much more to the Cherries than a livewire striker who plays on the shoulder of the last defender."

    The Guardian: "Eddie Howe was left frustrated as goalkeepers from both sides combined to ensure Bournemouth were held to a 1-1 draw by Watford."

  16. Man of the match - Heurelho Gomes

    Bournemouth 1-1 Watford

    Heurelho Gomes saves Glenn Murray's penalty

    Watford keeper Heurelho Gomes was key to his side earning a point as he pulled off a superb save from Steve Cook's acrobatic overhead kick and kept out Glenn Murray's penalty.

    Impressively, of the 32 goalkeepers to have faced 20 or more penalties in the Premier League, Gomes has the second best save percentage (29%) after David Seaman (32%).

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  18. In-form Ighalo

    Bournemouth 1-1 Watford

    Odion Ighalo
  19. Line-ups

    Bournemouth 1-1 Watford

    Bournemouth
    Watford
  20. Post update

  21. Post update

    Straight down to the South Coast to see how Watford got on against Bournemouth.

  22. Post update

    Crystal Palace 2-0 West Brom

  23. 'We were very good'

    Crystal Palace 2-0 West Brom

    Alan Pardew

    Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew: "We were very good. It was a great performance. Wilfried Zaha can beat players and when you have players like that in your side it gives you great creativity.

    "Wilf was on the end of some fantastic passing from Puncheon and Cabaye, which he exploited. I was really pleased to get that second goal, because it just gives you the rubber stamp on that performance.

    "We've got ourselves in a great position and if the players come back fit and well from the international break there's no reason we can't keep putting in performances like that. I can compare this team to the team I had at Newcastle when we finished fifth."

  24. 'Chalk and cheese'

    Crystal Palace 2-0 West Brom

    Tony Pulis

    West Brom manager Tony Pulis: "You can't believe it was the same team that played against Aston Villa, they played so well there and this performance was like chalk and cheese.

    "They were much better than us. Saido was one of a number of players who didn't play near the level they are capable of."

  25. Zaha-ha-ha

    Crystal Palace 2-0 West Brom

    Who's laughing now? 

    Wilfried Zaha was criticised by manager Alan Pardew for his poor performance against Tottenham a couple of weeks ago, but has since put in impressive showings in wins over Watford and West Brom.

    Wilfried Zaha
  26. What the papers say

    Crystal Palace 2-0 West Brom

    Daily Mail: "Alan Pardew’s team had done all the running, with Wilfried Zaha outstanding, and were thoroughly deserving of a result that keeps their positive opening to the season going."

    The Guardian: "Palace are well worth watching. Albion at the moment? Not so much."

    The Mirror: "It might be Saturday night prime-time in China but even Selhurst Park struggles to generate its usual frenzied atmosphere at 12.45pm. The supporters warmed up after the break – and so did the game."

  27. A tale of two wingers

    Crystal Palace 2-0 West Brom

    It was a game of contrasting fortunes for Wilfried Zaha and Saido Berahino. Palace winger Zaha (on the left) was a constant menace, continually tricking his way past Chris Brunt and getting into the area, which he did on no fewer than 10 occasions.

    Berahino, on the other hand, couldn't get into the game at all. He failed to record a single touch in the penalty area and was substituted at half-time after a hugely underwhelming first-half display.

    Wilfried Zaha and Saido Berahino touchmaps
  28. Man of the match - Wilfried Zaha

    Crystal Palace 2-0 West Brom

    BBC Sport's James Gheerbrant chose Wilfried Zaha as man of the match in his report after the winger won the penalty which was converted by Yohan Cabaye.

    One-cap England international Zaha was a constant threat down the right-hand side, giving West Brom left-back Chris Brunt a torrid time and setting up a number of chances.

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    Wilfried Zaha takes on the West Brom defence
  29. Fast start

    Crystal Palace 2-0 West Brom

    Crystal Palace graphic
  30. Line-ups

    Crystal Palace v West Brom

    Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew restored winger Wilfried Zaha to the starting line-up after an impressive cameo from the bench against Watford last week.

    West Brom manager Tony Pulis made just one change to the side that lost 3-2 to Everton on Monday, with Gareth McAuley replacing Jonas Olsson in defence.

    Crystal Palace line-up
    West Brom line-up
  31. Post update

    Three matches left. Next we're off to Selhurst Park...

  32. 'We need to move on'

    Norwich 1-2 Leicester

    Quote Message: "When you play against a counter-attacking team, when our game is not at its maximum, which it was not in the first half, you will get punished and that is what happened. Our play was slow and it was sloppy. I thought Jamie Vardy played for the penalty but we did not do enough in the first half an hour. Today, for us in the way we played, it did not work. Our use of the ball was not good enough. The lads will be disappointed and did not do themselves justice in the first half. in the second, they tried but it is difficult being two goals down. We need to move on to the next game now. from Alex Neil Norwich manager
    Alex NeilNorwich manager
  33. Post update

  34. 'We need to concentrate more'

    Norwich 1-2 Leicester

    Quote Message: “We responded very well after our defeat against Arsenal and we showed good character and it was a good performance. The second half was a battle but we had six or seven chances to score. We need to concentrate more on the last pass. Jamie Vardy had a good performance but so did everyone else. I thought ‘oh my, goodness, he is injured seriously’ but he is OK and stable now. We have 15 points, 25 less than we need to. After we get that, we will see what happens." from Claudio Ranieri Leicester manager
    Claudio RanieriLeicester manager
  35. Post update

    Norwich 1-2 Leicester

  36. What the papers say

    Norwich 1-2 Leicester

    Striker Dieumerci Mbokani's entrance in place of Matt Jarvis for Norwich had a galvanising effect on the home side, but they could not find the equaliser, says the Telegraph.

    Leicester’s two frontmen Jamie Vardy and Shinji Okazaki made it difficult for the Canaries to try and pass their way out from the back, says the Norwich Evening News

  37. Tale of two strikers

    Norwich 1-2 Leicester

    Norwich striker Dieumerci Mbokani (right) played 30 minutes and touched the ball in the box three times. He even managed to get a goal.

    Compare that to Cameron Jerome, who played 77 minutes and touched the ball in the opposition area just once.

    Norwich strikers
  38. You have the ball, we don't want it

    Norwich 1-2 Leicester

    Leicester City
  39. Man of the match - Jamie Vardy

    Norwich 1-2 Leicester

    Jamie Vardy

    BBC Sport's Richard Winton picked out Jamie Vardy as his man of the match. Vardy played with two broken bones in his wrist but was not inhibited in the slightest. He scored one, would have had another but for a fine stoppage-time save by John Ruddy and caused Norwich problems throughout with his pace, movement and endeavour

  40. Line-ups

    Norwich 1-2 Leicester

    Norwich
    Leicester
  41. Post update

    Next it's off to Carrow Road where in-form Leicester were looking to continue their fine start to the campaign.

  42. 'Positive Sunderland'

    Jermaine Jenas

    Former England midfielder on Final Score

    Quote Message: I saw a completely different Sunderland side today, very positive and progressive. No-one was hiding. When they lost the ball, there was a different reaction, no-one had put their head down. It was a side that we have not seen this season.
  43. Post update

    Sunderland 2-2 West Ham

  44. 'It's a good point'

    Sunderland 2-2 West Ham

    West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic: "If you asked me yesterday would I take a point, I would never say I would take a point, we want three but we knew it would be a hard game. Emotions are mixed, a point is a point is especially when we were 2-0 down, but if we look at the last 20 minutes I am disappointed we didn’t capitalise on it. But we are not greedy. It’s a good point for us.”

  45. Manager reactin

    Sunderland 2-2 West Ham

    Sunderland manager Dick Advocaat: "The performance has to lift the spirits. We showed if we work hard we can get points and results, because West Ham are a good side and we know they have had good results in their away games, so I have to give compliments for their performance.”

    On speculation surrounding his future: "I don't want to give an answer. Today I am the manager, what will happen in the next weeks, months, I cannot say." Asked if he will be manager for the next game, he added: "I cannot say that. The newspapers have to have something to write otherwise there is nothing in the newspapers."

    Sunderland manager Dick Advocaat
  46. What the papers say

    Sunderland 2-2 West Ham

    Guardian: Sharper, slicker, hungrier and consistently half a yard quicker than West Ham during the first 45 minutes, Sunderland appeared to have undergone a most extraordinary makeover. Virtually un-recognisable from their underachieving recent selves, they reduced Bilic to a study in quiet technical area fury as they strove to secure a first Premier League win of the season.

    Daily Telegraph: West Ham felt they could go on to win the game, although they should have also been reduced to ten men when Mark Noble was extremely lucky not to be shown a second yellow for a crude foul on Borini. If that angered Sunderland, there was still relief as they clung on for a point.

  47. He's the man...

    Sunderland 2-2 West Ham

    Graph
  48. Seeing red

    Sunderland 2-2 West Ham

    Jeremain Lens
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  50. Man of the match - Victor Moses

    Sunderland 2-2 West Ham

    Victor Moses has only been at West Ham one month but the on-loan winger from Chelsea is already proving a shrewd signing. Moses was brilliant in the build-up to the goal that allowed Carl Jenkinson to reduce the deficit. Had Sunderland gone in 2-0 ahead at half-time, the outcome might well have been different.  

    Victor Moses
  51. 'Well executed finish'

    Sunderland 2-2 West Ham

    Steven Fletcher's goal looks pretty simple in its execution, but he ran from deep and was helped by a nice blocking run by Sunderland team-mate John O'Shea. Nice finish.   

    Graph
  52. LINE-UPS

    Sunderland 2-2 West Ham

    Sunderland team
    West Ham United team
  53. Post update

    From London to Wearside next. Could Sunderland, who started the day bottom of the table, get their first win?

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  55. 'Chelsea rocks are crumbling'

    Alan Shearer

    BBC Sport

    Quote Message: I think there are major problems in the Chelsea dressing room. All the rocks are crumbling. He has tried criticising them but they are not listening. He put Nemanja Matic on at half-time and took him off 25 minutes later. That is sending a message saying 'I am the boss, do not mess with me’.
  56. 'Could get worse for Chelsea'

    Chelsea 1-3 Southampton

  57. 'Fantastic win'

    Chelsea 1-3 Southampton

  58. Post update

    Chelsea 1-3 Southampton

    Chelsea
  59. 'Totally deserved'

    Chelsea 1-3 Southampton

    Southampton manager Ronald Koeman: "If we can show this against Chelsea we can show it much more.

    "We had a difficult start to the game but we came back and we made it 1-1 with a great goal. The difference was how we came out of the dressing room, pressed Chelsea and had fantastic movement.

    "We totally deserved three points today."

  60. Post update

    Chelsea 1-3 Southampton

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  62. 'I'm not going anywhere'

    Chelsea 1-3 Southampton

    Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho: "To be champions now is very difficult because the distance is so much, but I am convinced we will finish in the top four.

    "If the club wants to sack me, they have to sack me because I'm not running away.

    "If the club sacks me they sack the best manager that this club has had."

  63. Chelsea fans turning?

    Chelsea 1-3 Southampton

    "What started as a blip has now become a crisis for Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho," reads the opening paragraph of the Daily Telegraph's report on the game.

    "The Chelsea fans jeered and then booed loudly at the final whistle. Owner Roman Abramovich will understand why."

  64. Post update

    Chelsea 1-3 Southampton

    Stinging...

  65. Defensive frailties exposed again

    Chelsea 1-3 Southampton

    Chelsea

    Chelsea have now conceded 17 Premier League goals, two more than they did in the whole of the 2004-05 season - Jose Mourinho's debut campaign at the Blues.

    Defensive frailties have characterised their poor start to the season and both John Terry and Gary Cahill struggled to deal with the pace and creativity of Southampton's attack.

    In the above graphic, both Gary Cahill (24) and John Terry (26) are caught out, allowing Sadio Mane (10) to race through and score Southampton's second.

  66. Man of the match - Sadio Mane

    Chelsea 1-3 Southampton

    Sadio Mane

    Sadio Mane was a constant menace for the Chelsea defence, with his pace and movement pulling the Blues backline apart. He scored one and could have had more and it is clear to see why the forward was interesting the likes of Manchester United this summer. A big player for the Saints.

  67. Was it a penalty?

    Chelsea 1-3 Southampton

    A big talking point from the game as far as Jose Mourinho was concerned was the referee's decision to award Southampton a free-kick when Chelsea striker Radamel Falcao appeared to be brought down by Saints goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg.

    "That was a penalty," said Mourinho. "We don't get decisions and I think referees are afraid to give decisions to us."

    Was it a penalty? Possibly, but Southampton also had two strong claims for spot kicks denied in the first half. 

    Overall, a tough day at the office for Mourinho.

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  69. Line-ups

    Chelsea 1-3 Southampton

    Chelsea
    Southampton
  70. Post update

    Next we're off to the home of the reigning champions. Can they end their stuttering spell?

  71. Five alive...

    Man City 6-1 Newcastle

  72. What the papers say...

    Man City 6-1 Newcastle

    Daily Mail: "Despite Eden Hazard's awards blitz last season, Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero is surely the greatest player to currently grace the Premier League."

    The Mirror: "When Sergio Aguero is in such devastating form, there are few better strikers in world football. He could have scored six or seven had Pellegrini not shown mercy on Newcastle by substituting him with 24 minutes left."

    The Guardian: "As remarkable a scoring feat as that was by Aguero, it was all the more astonishing for being utterly impossible to predict at half-time, when City were jeered off the field by their own supporters."

  73. "World class," says the injured skipper

    Man City 6-1 Newcastle

  74. 'A losing mentality'

    Man City 6-1 Newcastle

    Alan Shearer

    BBC Sport

    Quote Message: The difference between first and second half performance from Newcastle was staggering. They were tight and compact in the first half. Then the mistakes began to come in. City exploited the huge spaces. There is a fragility about Newcastle, a losing mentality about the football club.
  75. Man of the match - Sergio Aguero (who else?)

    Man City 6-1 Newcastle

    Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero

    There was only ever going to be one man who got the vote from BBC Sport's Chris Bevan - the same one who left the stadium with the match ball. If you disagree and think Sergio Aguero WASN'T man of the match, then get involved via #bbcmotd, or post on the Match of the Day Facebook page.

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  76. Post update

    Man City 6-1 Newcastle

    More reaction from inside the Manchester City dressing room...

  77. "Our season begins now"

    Man City 6-1 Newcastle

    Newcastle manager Steve McClaren

    Newcastle manager Steve McClaren, who has won none of his first eight league games as Magpies boss: "You are coming up against a top-quality team. Sergio Aguero was world class. He is getting back to form and we were punished by a really high-quality opponent.

    "It was such a magnificent performance in the first half. it was same against Chelsea last week but in 13 minutes we got beaten by world-class individuals. We probably frightened them into life and they killed us for it.

    "We have had a tough eight games but I have seen enough in the last two weeks that we can win football matches.

    "We were unlucky last week and this week. There is enough in there, we just need consistency. Our season begins now."

  78. The famous five to score a famous five

    Man City 6-1 Newcastle

    Sergio Aguero's haul against Newcastle means the Manchester City striker joins a select group of players to have hit five goals in a Premier League match.

    The others are Newcastle's Alan Shearer (vs Sheff Wed in 1999), Man Utd duo Dimitar Berbatov (vs Blackburn in 2010) and Andrew Cole (vs Ipswich in 1995) and Tottenham's Jermain Defoe (vs Wigan in 2009).

    Shearer, Berbatov, Aguero, Cole and Defoe
  79. Manager reaction

    Man City 6-1 Newcastle

    Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini, who took Sergio Aguero off after 66 minutes:"Sergio Aguero is different. In other games he was maybe having a lot of chances but not scoring - today he returned to his normal amount of chances he creates, but this time he scored. 

    "He was not upset about going off. He was having treatment at half-time and it was a risk for him to finish the whole game."

    Pellegrini has a point about Aguero's shooting statistics - last season, when he was the Premier League's top scorer with 26 goals, he had a shot conversion rate of 22.6%.

    Before the Newcastle game, his shots to goals ratio for this season had dropped to 6% as he scored only one goal in seven games - against the Magpies, it was 71%.

    Man City boss Manuel Pellegrini and striker Sergio Aguero
  80. "Very happy"

    Man City 6-1 Newcastle

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  82. Aguero a go-goal

    Man City 6-1 Newcastle

    Sergio Aguero's first two shots against Newcastle were both off target (see red arrows in graphic below). His other five efforts on goal all ended up in the back of the net. In total, he touched the ball nine times between the 42nd and 62nd minute, and scored five times.

    Sergio Aguero
  83. Five star

    Man City 6-1 Newcastle

    Aguero celebrates
  84. A double becomes a treble

    Man City 6-1 Newcastle

    Just 22 seconds separated Sergio Aguero's second goal and his hat-trick strike, with Newcastle losing possession straight from kick-off, allowing David Silva to exchange passes with Fernandinho and thread a precise pass through for Aguero to run through and lift the ball over Tim Krul and into the corner of the net.

    Aguero hat-trick
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  86. His scoring touch had deserted him...

    Man City 6-1 Newcastle

    Aguero drought
  87. LINE-UPS

    Man City 6-1 Newcastle

    Man City's line-up vs Newcastle
    Newcastle's line-up vs Man City
  88. Post update

    So, we begin with Manchester City. And what a game this was for one forward in particular.

  89. Here we go...

  90. Rooney: The Man Behind the Goals

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    When Wayne Rooney scored against Switzerland at Wembley in September 2015, he became England's greatest ever goalscorer, eclipsing a record held by Sir Bobby Charlton for almost half a century.

    But who is the real Wayne Rooney? 

    For the first time, he has allowed a television production team, as well as BBC football presenter Gary Lineker, unique access to his life with wife Coleen and their two sons, Kai and Klay.  

    Featuring extensive interviews with Rooney himself, plus Coleen, Wayne's parents, David Beckham and Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo, along with a host of figures from the world of football, Rooney: The Man Behind the Goals offers an extraordinary personal portrait of life in Wayne's world.  

    It's on Monday on BBC One at 21:00 except Scotland.

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  92. Ten minute warning...

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    Not long to wait now, Robbo and Dec...

  93. Who to look out for...

    Here are the players to look out for tonight. They all make it into the team of the day. We've had help from statisticians Opta who have used more than 250 calculations to come up with the figures:

    Heurelho Gomes (81)

    Glen Johnson (81)Brede Hangeland (79)Scott Dann (78)Erik Pieters (79)

    Dimitri Payet (88)Yohan Cabaye (88)David Silva (86)

    Kevin De Bruyne (96)Yannick Bolasie (89)

    Sergio Aguero (100)

    Team of the day
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  95. Running order...

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  96. Alongside Gary...

    Joining Gary Lineker in the Match of the Day studio is former England skipper Alan Shearer and ex-Tottenham and England midfielder Jermaine Jenas.

    It all starts at 22:30 BST on BBC1 so there's still time to pop the kettle on and make a brew...or, if you're a Southampton fan, crack open a bottle of fizz and light a cigar.

  97. Goal feast

    Football fan with food

    Arsenal against Manchester United, Everton against Liverpool...if Sunday is the main course to this weekend's football feast then Saturday's fayre certainly hit the right spot.

    More away wins than home successes, seven goals in one match, five goals from one player, another defeat for the reigning champions...it's time to crack on. We've got 23 goals to get through.