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Summary

  1. FT: Palace 2-2 West Ham - Zaha strikes late in injury time
  2. FT: Liverpool 3-0 Huddersfield - Sturridge, Firmino & Wijnaldum
  3. FT: West Brom 2-3 Man City - Phillips with late Baggies goal
  4. FT: Arsenal 2-1 Swansea - Ramsey scores winner for Gunners
  5. FT: Watford 0-1 Stoke - Fletcher
  6. Result: Man Utd 1-0 Tottenham (Martial)

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By Jonathan Jurejko and Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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  2. 'We tried something different today'

    West Brom 2-3 Man City

    West Bromwich Albion

    West Brom boss Tony Pulis speaking to BBC MOTD: "Jay Rodriguez was fantastic today. We needed to hang on today. Their second was fortunate - it took two deflections.

    "I tried something different today. We tried to keep the numbers equal in defence to battle their attack. but they always create chances."

    Huddersfield next week feels like a big game?

    "They're all big games."

  3. Stat attack

    Crystal Palace 2-2 West Ham

    Crystal Palace

    • Crystal Palace are one of just four teams in the big five European leagues yet to keep a clean sheet this season (also Benevento, Malaga and Dijon)
    • Since the 2014-15 season, no player has scored more Premier League goals for Crystal Palace than Wilfried Zaha (15, level with Christian Benteke)
  4. We are going to get better and better - Hodgson

    Crystal Palace 2-2 West Ham

    Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson: "What I've learned about my squad over last few games is that I've seen three good performances, three gutsy performances where people have showed they want to fight for the cause and not give up. They've played some good football at times too.

    "If keep ourselves within touching distance I believe we are going to get better and better. We have an advantage here because we have a fantastic crowd.

    "It is very rare that, when you're into the 95th or 96th minute, hardly anyone has left their seat when you're losing. That's Selhurst Park, that's our fans and I'm glad they've gone home with a point in their pocket."

    On Hammers keeper Joe Hart's performance: "He was outstanding. If he hadn't played we would have scored more. The two we did score he had no chance with."

  5. Stat attack

    Watford 0-1 Stoke

    Stoke City

    • Darren Fletcher netted his first Premier League goal in his last 26 appearances in the competition, since scoring for West Brom v Sunderland on 21 January
    • Xherdan Shaqiri has been involved in four goals in his last six top-flight games (one goal, three assists), after just three goal involvements in his previous 19 games
    Stoke
  6. 'Pleased as punch'

    Watford 0-1 Stoke

    Stoke City

    Stoke City manager Mark Hughes: "For whatever reason, people talk about pressure; in hindsight the Man City result took a bit longer to get out our system, but we've done that this week and I'm pleased as punch.

    "We understood what they would try and do and it was food and drink for our centre halves. We had the better chances; with Saido [Berahino] and Charlie [Adam] at the end...he told me he lost his bearing.

    "But overall it's a good performance, we've had a tough set of fixtures. We aren't doing as badly as people make out and we'll be fine.

    "We could allow them to have possession of the ball and as long as we didn't make individual errors. They pushed us back in the second half as you might expect."

    On the free-kick routine which led to Darren Fletcher's winner: "Mark Bowen [assistant manager] does a lot of work on set plays...I signed it off. We practiced it on Friday and Fletch's efforts weren't as good as they were today. Thankfully it has won us the game."

  7. Stat attack

    West Brom 2-3 Man City

    West Bromwich Albion

    • West Bromwich Albion have lost 15 of their last 16 Premier League games against Manchester City, conceding 43 goals in this run.
  8. 'The lads will come away with some credit'

    West Brom 2-3 Man City

    West Bromwich Albion

    West Brom boss Tony Pulis: "The lads really worked hard. There is a gulf in quality in certain areas of the pitch.

    "You look at Salomon Rondon's chance in the first half and Grzegorz Krychowiak's chance - there was a couple of opportunities you hope you can take.

    "It's difficult against a team this good, but the lads will come out with a lot of credit.

    "I thought we would get chances irrespective of the City side.

    "We've got a few injured. It'll be tough game against Huddersfield."

    Tony Pulis
  9. Stat attack

    Liverpool 3-0 Huddersfield

    Huddersfield Town

    • Huddersfield have failed to score in four consecutive away league games for the first time since October 2007, when they were in the third tier (five games in that run)
  10. 'We assisted first goal'

    Liverpool 3-0 Huddersfield

    Huddersfield Town

    Huddersfield manager David Wagner speaking to Match of the Day: "Even in the second half we started in the same organised shape. It is not very often you see Liverpool so quiet for 60 minutes.

    "The first goal was a problem for us. We did not have the best position to defend the long ball and we gave the assist for the first goal unfortunately.

    "I am disappointed because the players have given good effort and worked hard. The game changed after that first goal.

    "It looked very well until we conceded that first goal."

    Huddersfield
  11. Stat attack

    Watford 0-1 Stoke

    • Watford mustered 14 shots in the game without directing any on target
    • The Hornets have suffered consecutive league defeats for the first time this season, and since losing their last six league games of 2016-17
  12. 'Not in our normal image'

    Watford 0-1 Stoke

    Watford

    Watford manager Marco Silva: "In the first-half we gave 45 minutes to our opponents. [We were] too slow and not in our normal image.

    "We gave one gift, the goal. In that moment we lost our focus and they scored a good goal. The second half was mostly our team, they played with 10 men behind the ball. It is normal when a team is in that position in the table.

    "We created some chances to change the score, but didn’t. We tried until the end.

    "We needed to do something different and in the first half we didn't do that."

    Watford lose to Stoke
  13. Stat attack

    West Brom 1-3 Man City

    Manchester City

    • Manchester City have made the best start to a Premier League season after 10 games, collecting 28 points (W9 D1) with a goal difference of +29
    • The Blues are now unbeaten in 21 games in all competitions (W17 D4) - their longest run without defeat in their history
    • Pep Guardiola’s side have now won their last eight Premier League games by an aggregate score of 32-5
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    Video caption: Guardiola pleased with composed City
  15. Guardiola praises Sane

    West Brom 2-3 Man City

    Manchester City

    City manager Pep Guardiola speaking to BBC MOTD: "We won and that's the most important thing. We didn't panic when it became 1-1 or when it became 3-2 at the end.

    "They played five at the back with two strikers which was different. But we started well again and have started scoring earlier.

    "Leroy Sane has a special talent and runs in from behind - it's important to do that. He's still young though and there are many things he can improve upon."

    On City teenager and England U17 World Cup winner Phil Foden: "Foden played against Manchester United and Real Madrid in the US this summer. He loves to be at City - we will do everything to help him. He is our player and he will be our player for the next year I hope.

    "He's so important for English football. These guys will grow. I'm pleased that England won the title."

  16. Stat attack

    Crystal Palace 2-2 West Ham

    • Wilfried Zaha’s goal (96:06) was the second latest goal scored in the Premier League this season, after Raheem Sterling’s winner at Bournemouth in August (96:34)
    • West Ham scored with both of their shots on target in this match
  17. Late point was scant reward - Hodgson

    Crystal Palace 2-2 West Ham

    Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson: "Although we are pleased because you always pleased to get a point when staring defeat in the face, I still thought it was scant reward.

    "If we had not got something then it would have been really really unjust. To lose a game where you only faced two shots and you've had 20-odd, and hit the post and had one cleared off the line, it is hard to take. I'm really pleased how the boys came back to turn it around.

    "We are happy with a point but I believe on the performance we deserved more."

  18. We proved our mental strength - Wenger

    Arsenal 2-1 Swansea

    Arsenal

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes his team have proved their critics wrong after trailing against Everton, Norwich and Swansea this week before fighting back.

    "Again we have showed the mental strength to come back and win the game," says the Frenchman.

    "I'm convinced that we have proved people wrong at Everton, Norwich and today and that can only make the team stronger."

    On climbing into the top four: "We started from deep but have recovered and I think there is more to come."

  19. 'We are playing cup finals every week'

    Crystal Palace 2-2 West Ham

    Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace goalscorer Wilfried Zaha: "We worked so hard. We did all the right things. We are buzzing and we deserved it. The manager said at half-time that we were not playing badly.

    "The stress must be crazy as a Palace fan. We are playing cup finals every week."

  20. 'It is a nice day!'

    Liverpool 3-0 Huddersfield

    Liverpool

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaking to Match of the Day: "The first half was a little bit stiff, that was clear.

    "We didn't want to give them any opportunity for a counter-attack but it was not too difficult to fix it at half-time to create more.

    "It was immediately a lot clearer. We were more direct and now it is a nice day! I'm really happy for the boys. It is not always nice."