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Summary

  1. Valencia with stunning first-time strike from 18 yards
  2. Mkhitaryan slots in second after Williams error
  3. Lukaku taps in against former club late on
  4. Martial slots penalty after Schneiderlin handball
  5. Rooney taken off to standing ovation
  6. Arsenal battle to goalless draw at Chelsea
  7. Luiz straight red for tackle on Kolasinac

Live Reporting

By Stephan Shemilt

All times stated are UK

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    That's yer lot from the Premier League this weekend, but there's a helluva lot of League Cup action coming in the week. If you can't wait that long, we've got some European football - including Paris St-Germain and Real Madrid - later on this evening.

    Bye for now.

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    Everton

    Everton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin speaking to Sky Sports: "We had a few chances before they scored the second goal and it's frustrating as it's come from a mistake.

    "We wanted to find the aggression we had lacked in the last few games. We showed that but you know you get punished for mistakes.

    "If we had pulled back to 1-1 it would have been a different game.

    "We have to take the positives. Our show on Thursday was horrendous. The way we passed the ball and the aggression, we were late to everything. It was a case today that we were fighting for the shirt and that's what we did for the most part.

    "No one wants to lose 4-0 but we found our aggression again."

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    Manchester United

    Manchester United midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan tells Sky Sports: "It was a very hard and tough game, we did not think it would be 4-0 but Everton gave us spaces behind the defensive line.

    "We wanted to win the game and were not thinking about drawing. We knew Everton would come with big pressure so we would get spaces. We waited for our chances.

    "The first goal was amazing, a great shot and finish. That goal gave us more confidence and tranquility.

    "It does not matter if you win on 1-0, 3-0, 4-0, or 2-1, as long as we win."

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    Everton

    More from Ronald Koeman: "It wasn't about ambition, it was about confidence. I tried to shout to them, especially the full-backs, to take a higher position but that's what's in the head of players after a tough period. It's hard for a manager. When the whistle starts it's all about them. We started too afraid.

    "They showed us today how clinical you need to be.

    "After today we have four home games and we have to win, otherwise we'll have problems."

  5. 'We have to win, otherwise we'll have problems'

    Everton

    Everton manager Ronald Koemanon Sky Sports: "Sometimes you get more than you deserve. We made a big mistake at 1-0 and after that it was over. From what I saw today from the team it made me happy. More happy than Thursday.

    "We grew in the game and in confidence and not many teams will get two big chances like we got today. We didn't score the goal and after a personal mistake it was 2-0."

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    Chat in the office turns to when the first Manchester derby of the season will be. It's the weekend of 9 December. City go to Chelsea next weekend.

  7. 'Everton don't deserve 4-0'

    Manchester United

    Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho: "We started really well and in the first 30 minutes were really impressive where we were playing probably our best football since the beginning of the season.

    "Everton had a reaction in the second half, we lost a little bit of control. We recovered that.

    "We brought some consistency to the game and then I felt we could go with the counter, with Martial for the last minutes for a result that was too much, too heavy for them, they don't deserve to go with this result."

    On Antonio Valencia's goal: "An amazing goal, but I think the performance was good even in the difficult moments. The team was consistent, solid, showed solidarity.

    "I am really pleased. I think 4-0 is too heavy for them, too heavy for the effort they brought to the game."

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    Dan Martins: Fancy United and City to both win next week too. City - Chelsea will be tasty.

    David Howell: Everton 2017 arguably the textbook example of multiple mid-range signings not making up for one huge one. Star quality matters.

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    Manchester United

    More from Jose Mourinho: "They did not have much but had a couple of chances. I remembered Swansea last season with Gylfi Sigurdsson, they scored through a free-kick towards the last minutes and it ended 1-1.

    "Everton are going to be fine but they are living a difficult moment. The fixtures they have got, I would not like this all together at the same time. I would like one of the top five, but all of them, that is not fair for them.

    "The penalty-taker today was Juan Mata, but he was out so I let the players take the decision. It is nice for Anthony Marital, fine for me, no problem."

  10. 'Our best performance of the season'

    Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho tells Sky Sports: "I think the performance was very good, especially in the first 30-35 minute, it was probably our best performance of the season.

    "We pressed them and they did not have a chance to get out, they did not have a shot, it was very impressive. After that, Everton's good players came out and showed their qualities. They gave us difficulty but I looked behind me on the bench and saw alternatives.

    "The Premier League now is becoming very trendy with five at the back, so the best way to play against that is to play five at the back yourself. When you try not to match the tactical system of the opponent, you take risks. So we played with three up top plus Henrikh Mkhitaryan. You have to kill the game and give them little chances. There was a moment were I felt we did not kill it so we have to make it solid with Ander Herrera. The second goal went in, then game over."

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    David L Yarrow: A late official name change to "001 Manchester United FC" on the cards?

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    Everton, meanwhile are in the bottom three. Their -8 goal difference is matched only by Crystal Palace - and Palace haven't managed to score yet. The 10 goals they have conceded is the joint-worst in the league, alongside West Ham.

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    If you haven't seen for yourself, Manchester City and Manchester United are joint-top of the Premier League, level on absolutely everything. Points, wins, goals scored and goals conceded. I guess City are top on alphabetical order alone.

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    Eyes down. 606 has just started on BBC Radio 5 live. You can listen at the top of this page, too. Get your views to Ian Wright by calling 0500 909 693.

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    William Ogle: Mourinho's United this season seems to be taking a leaf out of Ferguson's. Ferginho time?

    Tunde Paul: One good thing about this United side is that they are relentless! Well done Jose.

    Mark Taylor: If this were the last match of the season and everything was identical; Would City win the league on alphabetical order?

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    Manchester United 4-0 Everton

    Manchester United

    Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku speaking to Sky Sports: "We could have scored more in the first half. We weren't clinical enough. Everton created problems in midfield and the manager gave us tips at half-time of how to sort it.

    "In the second half, Everton had a lot of control but quality was the difference in the end."

    On scoring and celebrating against his former club: "I mean, it's another goal and I'm happy with the win. It's just a bit of banter, after the free-kick I missed."

    On matching Manchester City: "We don't look at our opponents, we stay focused on us. We know we can play better than we did today."

    On Valencia's goal: "It was a great goal and that's what we wanted, to score early. I'm delighted for him."

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    Jon Charles: Everton: a defensive side that can't defend. With the players they have, they should be playing a LOT better. Koeman out?

    Darren W: Keoman be next manager to go.. Everton are awful despite spending big. Not replaced lukaku but defensively terrible.

    Tom McQuillin: Disgraceful from Lukaku. Everton made him. Goading their fans after a goal that didn't matter to the result is so disrespectful.

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    Manchester United 4-0 Everton

    Romelu Lukaku has said that his gestures to the Everton fans were "banter". He might get a lot of banter on his return to Goodison.