And with you, we bid you farewell.
Plenty of live football on the BBC Sport website tomorrow.
Join us from 10:00 GMT.
And with you, we bid you farewell.
Plenty of live football on the BBC Sport website tomorrow.
Join us from 10:00 GMT.
We leave you with a happy man this evening.
Did you make that mug yourself Andy?
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe: "[On Simon Francis' red card] I didn't think it was a foul from my angle, he definitely touched the ball. It was a great recovery tackle. It's not a foul, a penalty or a sending off.
"It was a very even game before that point, a high tempo game and very high quality. We had some great chances in the first half but when we went down to 10 men we showed character and it's a great point for us.
"We won't appeal the red card as it's a one-game ban and the FA Cup is coming up."
Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri: "We knew it was a difficult match and we started playing too late. Bournemouth moved the ball very quickly but in the second half we were much better.
"A draw is not OK, it is only one point, but it is OK as we have 40 points which was the goal. It's champagne for my players!
"We hit the post, we missed a penalty and had some good chances. We have not scored for three games but we have had chances. Sometimes everything is right but now some things are wrong. The performance was good, a fantastic effort."
"The draw is not okay but... it is okay."
Brilliant from Claudio Ranieri there...
Boruc saved the penalty and denied Mahrez again late on. Though none of his saves were stellar he produced catch after catch to take the pressure off his side.
There are about 65,000 reason why you might be Guy.
Steve Cook excelled in Bournemouth's back four, making 15 clearances in all, eight more than anyone else on the pitch.
Leicester had two shots (left) - including their penalty - on target, with 12 off target and two blocked.
If only Jamie Vardy could finish...
Bournemouth have not beaten Leicester since March 1989 when Madonna topped the charts with 'Like a Prayer'.
Leicester reverted to a 4-4-2 system having played with just one striker in their goalless draw with Manchester City. That means there was a place for Leonardo Ulloa as Gokhan Inler drops to the bench.
Jamie Vardy shook off a virus to be fit while there is just the one change for Bournemouth as Marc Pugh comes in for Junior Stanislas.
We have saved the best till last ... honest.
If this man wanted a hug, you'd give him one.
Stop it. A hug. A hug.
The Canaries' Gary O'Neil, who counts Portsmouth among his old clubs, rubs it in for Saints...
It was Alex Tettey who "did a a Yaya". What's that? Throw a strop over not getting a birthday cake?
"I'm angry about the second yellow card from Victor because a player with his experience needs to know if you already have a yellow in a game, that you cannot do that tackle in that position on the pitch.
"But it's so unnecessary what happened because with 11 against 11, still we are stronger than we showed here and we know we are in a difficult situation."
Mr Koeman is not a very happy man....
"I'm over the moon with the boys in particular, because when you are going through difficult spells, there have been questions posed about them and me - and the best way to deal with it is to win games.
"We've won some crucial games now and kept two clean sheets as well, so there are a lot of positives to take."
Alex Tettey provided one of the few moments of high quality to seal the win for Norwich, and was a danger to Southampton throughout.
Norwich substitute Vadis Odjidja made an influential 27-minute cameo appearance and was a danger all over the Southampton half.
How many rolls from him there though?
No mini clockface just below the '12' to set your alarm though?
You turn away for two decades and everything changes in alarm clock technology.
Saints were quick off the mark to explain why Sadio Mane was out of the team.
There was little sympathy from Garth Crooks on Final Score...
“If you’ve got rules, then you’ve got to keep to them. But it’s a big call for Ronald Koeman to leave out Sadio Mane. If he wins, fine. If he doesn’t, you’re going to get players saying: ‘Gaffer, are you sure about that?’
“I was late for a coach when I was at Charlton, and the only way I could get round it was to jump in my car and get to the ground before the team got there.”
But, it's a game of opinions, and Chris Sutton felt differently...
"You want your best players to be playing. Imagine the boost for Norwich seeing him only on the bench. Neil Lennon [at Celtic] was once 45 minutes late and Martin O'Neill still played him."
Southampton's Sadio Mane was on the naughty step for the game at Norwich.
The Senegal winger was dropped to the Southampton bench after turning up late for a team meeting. Manager Ronald Koeman didn't pull his punches.
"He was in the team, but he was too late in the meeting," he said. "We have rules in the team."
Oriol Romeu was also out due to suspension, with Jordy Clasie and James Ward-Prowse coming in.
Southampton: Stekelenburg, Martina, Fonte, van Dijk, Bertrand, Clasie, Steven Davis, Ward-Prowse, Wanyama, Tadic, Long.
Subs: Yoshida, Mane, Reed, Ramirez, Gazzaniga, Targett, Seager.
Norwich, meanwhile, made only one change with Gary O'Neil in for Graham Dorrans.
Norwich: Rudd, Bennett, Martin, Bassong, Brady, Howson, Tettey, O'Neil, Redmond, Hoolahan, Mbokani.
Subs: Whittaker, Jerome, Dorrans, Mulumbu, Olsson, Odjidja, Ruddy.
Southampton at Norwich now.
Sadio? Sadio? Where are you Sadio?
Jonny Evans subdued a previously rampant Stoke attack and was a threat going forward throughout, nearly scoring in the first half from a corner and having a penalty shout for a push in the back by Geoff Cameron.
Evans' 93rd-minute winner - his first goal for the Baggies - was the perfect ending and well deserved for player and team.
Stoke boss Mark Hughes: "I don't think it was a high-quality game - we didn't play particularly well and I didn't think West Brom played particularly well.
"Geoff [Cameron] got caught late by the lad [Claudio] Yacob, he's just reacted to it and pushed the guy. We're not too happy with the reaction of the West Brom player. I think he went down really easily with the intention of maybe getting Geoff sent off, which he succeeded in doing.
"We'll look again tomorrow and we'll decide whether or not we appeal. At the moment, having seen it, that is probably what we will do."
West Brom boss Tony Pulis: "Stoke have been flying and are a real high-quality team and we are very pleased to win.
"The equaliser would have given them momentum but the lad being sent off means it goes back our way.
"I was really pleased with the lads' effort and commitment."
Geoff Cameron's red card, straight after Stoke's 81st-minute equaliser, allowed West Brom to immediately regain momentum and arguably paved the way for their stoppage-time winner.
You'd think they'd learn after the reverse fixture in August - won 1-0 by West Brom - that saw Ibrahim Afellay sent off in the 25th minute...
...and Charlie Adam follow him to the dressing room six minutes later. Stoke have now had four men sent off this season - they jointly top the expulsion chart with West Ham.
His son wouldn't. They never.
Harsh... probably fair.
This touch map shows how Jonny Evans had more touches in the Stoke penalty area than West Brom's.
It also demonstrates how effectively he and his defence kept Stoke out of the Baggies' penalty area.
Tony Pulis led Stoke for 10 years and has now been in charge at West Brom for exactly 12 months.
He knows what to do when the sides meet...
West Brom made two changes from Monday's 1-0 win over Newcastle as Victor Anichebe and Jonas Olsson missed out with hamstring injuries.
Rickie Lambert and Craig Gardner replaced them with striker Saido Berahino remaining on the bench.
Stoke boss Mark Hughes opted to stick with the same starting XI for the third match running after wins over Manchester United and Everton.
Why change a winning formula?
Ugly from Liverpool and they are getting low scores on the Twitter doors.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp: "This is not a day to be disappointed, this is a day to be angry.
"I'm really angry because we could have got so much more.
"It was not enough from my team today. The decisive moments were there, but we were not there 100%.
"We could have done much better. We had our moments, we tried, but if you fight at 95 per cent then it's not enough.
"It's my responsibility."
We aren't in a fashion contest here...
Any Liverpool fans know how he is feeling?
Concise and to the point by one half of West Ham's boardroom dynamic duo.
Jurgen Klopp didn't take that little bit of criticism very well did he?
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic: "We created many not only on the break but from open play and we could have scored more. To keep a clean sheet at home to Liverpool is brilliant for the fans and it's a brilliant start to the New Year.
"We played a really good game - especially in the second half. Of course Liverpool had their moments because they are a good passing team but we defended really well as a team."
West Ham's co-chairman David Gold was a very happy man...
Danny Gabbidon, former West Ham defender, revels in ex team-mate James Collins performance against Christian Benteke.
Obviously not Jurgen Lisa...
Three points gained and five pee saved.
West Ham midfielder Mark Noble was caught on camera shoving a plastic bag that was blowing across the Upton Park pitch down his shorts.
I hope he is not going to put fresh fruit or veg in there.
Spot the Liverpool fan...
Everyone loves a lookalike...
Joe Allen and Andrea Pirlo. The likenesses probably end there.
Liverpool felt that Alberto Moreno was fouled when James Tomkins (5) won the ball back. But from there it was West Ham all the way, with Enner Valencia picking out Michail Antonio with a fabulous ball from the right.
What's this? 4-4-2? Here? In the Premier League? In 2016?
Yes and quite right too. Hit the big man, get the crosses in. Lovely.
Liverpool have Christian Benteke ploughing his way through the centre with a trio of tricky men in behind him. Can he find a way through?
Remember Andy Carroll Liverpool fans? You will do soon.
Alan Shearer revelling in the fact he is still miles ahead in the Premier League scorers charts.
"He hasn't had three serious injuries", he says about Wayne Rooney moving into second place.
Ferguson or Pacino? Tough call.
Ashley Young, freed to attack down Manchester United's right flank, made ten crosses - more than twice as many as any other player.
One of his deliveries was headed in by Anthony Martial for United's opener and his influential performance - curtailed by stiffness on 75 minutes - earned him BBC Sport's man of the match gong.
Swansea caretaker Alan Curtis: "Funnily enough, Lukasz Fabianski had asked a couple of minutes earlier to go up for a similar situation. I told him to stay back. I wish I'd asked him to go up earlier.
"We had to get back into the game. We were comfortable with the midfield diamond when it was 0-0, but once we went behind, we had to change things, so we put two wingers on to get back into it.
"We grew into the game after that, and we were unlucky not to get something."
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal: "I am very happy for the players because they had to play under big pressure and now we have won. We are still near the top of the league and the gap is less. So that's football.
"That's a season. A season takes eight months or something like that and not one month.
"I think we played a very risky system against Swansea because they had a shape with four midfielders in a diamond.
"I hope this is a fantastic starting point for us in the New Year and we can continue against Sheffield United."
Leaping like a salmon and heading with the power of a rutting stag.
Swansea goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski, number one, outjumps Wayne Rooney to head Gylfi Sigurdsson's 95th minute corner just wide.
Give him the number nine shirt.
The gent superimposed in place of Wayne Rooney was laid out a Manchester pavement in a now (in) famous photo of New Year's Eve.
You not believing him Jo?
Manchester United make one change from the starting XI that drew against Chelsea last time out with Phil Jones replacing Matteo Darmian in defence.
Marouane Fellaini and Memphis Depay are on the bench for the hosts.
Swansea make seven changes to the side that drew 0-0 away to Crystal Palace last time out with Ki Sung-Yueng coming into midfield at the expense of Jonjo Shelvey.
A changing of the guard perhaps Ben?
They are on now.
Match of the Day
There were few better inside a six-yard box than you Gary, but that is a rug.
BBC Sport's Saj Chowdhury picked Daryl Janmaat as his man of the match in his report.
He says the Dutchman produced a brilliant display as an attacking full-back - shame his team-mates up front failed to deliver.
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Newcastle manager Steve McClaren:
"The players can't believe it, we controlled and dominated the game after the first 10 minutes.
"We asked for a performance and the players gave it, but we conceded one soft goal and lost the game. You can't fault the performance, we just have to be more ruthless at both ends.
"We caused them so many problems and controlled them at the back and we're bewildered how we have not got anything.
"In the last three games we have lost 1-0 against Everton in the last minute, 1-0 to West Brom in the last 10 minutes and this one. The spirit is tremendous and I can't fault them, I'm just really disappointed."
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger:
"It was hard work, but we prepared ourselves mentally. We were not at our best but we had to dig deep and we can do that when needed.
"If you are down there then those are the matches you lose but they will not stay down there - they are a good team.
"It was about solidarity, tired legs and taking a chance from a set piece. We were not at our best today, but over Christmas in four games we took nine points so we can look back and say we did 75% of our job as we lost at Southampton."
Asked if his side would be signing anyone in the transfer window, Wenger replied: "Imminent, no, but we will look."
Steve McClaren will get into an ark before he puts up another touchline brolly.
Defence? Fine. Midfield? Excellent. Strikers? Hmm...
The Magpies have looked a threat in attack in their last three outings, but Steve McClaren's forwards have been misfiring terribly. From their 32 efforts on goal, they have only managed to find the target once. Newcastle have only scored 19 times this season - the third lowest total in the league.
Does Magpies' owner Mike Ashley, who spent north of £60m in the summer, have any money left in the kitty?
What are the scores?
Just ask George Dawes.
He will also tell you how the top of the table is looking. So long as Arsenal stay top.
Not yet Jane. Not long to wait though...
Don't take your Christmas trees down yet Arsenal fans.
You are top of the tree. You may enjoy this...
Hammered on the pitch and Villa are getting similar treatment on Twitter.
In a match full of nerves and empty on quality, Jermain Defoe was my man of the match.
Surely the Match of the Day editor should have put the Benny Hill theme tune over that Aston Villa defending...
Comical... unless you are a Villa fan.
Aston Villa manager Remi Garde told BBC Match of the Day: "I'm going to try [to sign players]. In life and football you have to believe - if you don't you have no chance. But it's more and more difficult.
"But every season in every league, a side can keep losing and suddenly win four, five or six in a row. But for that probably we will need to bring in one, two or three new players.
"Today I didn't see a side who didn't give everything they could. When you concede so many goals it's difficult to win games. You cannot be positive when you lose. I'm not here to lose - I'm here to try to make the team win."
BBC Radio 5 live's Danny Baker has been putting together the job specification for the next Aston Villa manager.
The first question contained a bit of a swear bomb, but here is the rest if you fancy getting your application into owner Randy Lerner.
Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce told BBC Match of the Day: "I was very pleased with everyone holding their nerve, fans included. When Villa scored we could have gone under. But we kept it tight at the back.
"You need anxiety to play football but if it goes too far into fear you can lose your nerve. When you're confident, things come naturally. But when you want to take an extra touch or an extra second to pass, with that fear, you give the ball away. The only way to dismiss that fear is to win games.
"Thank god for Jermain Defoe and his finishing qualities. He turned the game back in our favour."
Jermain Defoe loves playing against Aston Villa - Villa may not be so keen on him.
He has now scored eight Premier League goals against Aston Villa, only against Wigan (10) has he scored more.
No problems with regard to possession for Aston Villa.
Threat inside the penalty area? Not so much...
They are attacking from left to right in the graphic above - it won't surprise you to hear.
Hands up if you thought that was a corker...
See these Aston Villa fans? They are clean sheets...
Villa have gone 10 games without a Premier League clean sheet away from home and have kept just one clean sheet in their past 19 Premier League games overall.
It may not be your last this season Chris... Just a hunch.
Going to bed already Aston Villa fans?
Yes, it's you next, but by why not pop back in about 10 minutes?
Are you listening Arsenal? You have been warned...
Sergio Aguero's match-winning header makes the front page of the Mail on Sunday sport supplement.
"Everyone in City colours were below their best, but captain Yaya Toure's deft finish sparked a comeback which leaves his team just three points behind leaders Arsenal."
Do you agree with BBC Sport's Aimee Lewis's choice of man of the match?
Watford boss Quique Sanchez Flores: "It was very difficult to accept. We played really well but we lost our concentration on a set-piece and gave them the opportunity to come back. I'm really pleased with our performance.
"Against very big teams we have been unlucky. Every time we have been close to positive results. It's very difficult to explain to the players why we haven't won. We did everything we could. Ben Watson was perfect. It's a very sad day, the players deserved more.
"It's a big reference for us. Four months ago when we played Manchester City, we played to protect the team and not concede a lot of goals but today we played to win the match."
City manager Manuel Pellegrini: "I've always said this team has character, we never give up.
"I think we were unlucky to be losing the game. It wasn't a corner and then it was an own goal. But we kept our minds and made some changes, always thinking we are able to turn the corner - and we did.
"It was a very close game and tough for both teams but if you see the statistics we deserved to win, we had more shots on target and possession."
Ok, it may not be as important as THAT goal, but it could be a big moment.
Seems a few getting a tad over excited...
Rugby World Cup winner and Manchester City fan Will Greenwood is calling in the authorities for his side's vanquished opponents.
Since Manchester City last won a Premier League match away from home...
And Match of the Day begins with a little bit of Motorhead in honour of the band's recently departed lead singer Lemmy - a man who spent three decades in a state of permanent inebriation.
He said that his band's music was so loud "that if we move in next door to you, your lawn will die".
First to Watford....
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Remember that old episode of the Likely Lads?Hope you are more successful Chris...
The above tweet from earlier today is a warning to anyone running a social media account...
Don't tweet from the wrong account - you will look silly....
Glad they had a good day though.
Not long now Iyani, not long now.
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It wasn't looking a cracker at 15:45 GMT today - with one goal scored in the afternoon matches - but don't worry it got better, a lot better.
How's your 2016 been so far?
Football fans from Manchester are probably quite content.
Leicester supporters might be fearing they are about to wake up.
While, for Aston Villa fans, things can only get better. Can't they?