SMS Message: Matt (16:07) makes a good point and if it was Chelsea, Spurs or even Arsenal running away with it then maybe they would be happy with the progress. However, it's City so they're going to continue to moan (imagine if it was Liverpool - they'd be even worse). from James
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It is a good finish from Nathan Ake, he has finished it like a striker. It is poor defending, but if you are Eddie Howe and you have a centre half who can get you three or four goals a season you are laughing.Copyright: Reuters
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Jose Mourinho is having words with fourth official Lee Mason again, who I suspect will have earache at the end of the afternoon.
What's he doing??
Romelu Lukaku mis-times his free header from Marcus Rashford's cross. Instead of nodding an effort at goal, the Belgian's effort goes across the area.
On the follow-up, full-back Luke Shaw leathers a strike straight at Nick Pope.
Yannick Bolasie's Everton return after a year out lasts an hour, he is replaced by Aaron Lennon.
Stoke have had some lucky escapes but are back level as Ramadan Sobhi gets his second goal in as many games.
The forward, who replaced the injured Ryan Shawcross in the first half, turns in Joe Allen's low ball behind the defence from close range.Copyright: Reuters
- SMS Message: Lingard will get the credit for that goal but Ashley Young has been exceptional, every time he has the ball something happens. The contrast in delivery between him and Shaw is shocking. from ES7
Watford edging closer to a second, but Stefano Okaka's overhead kick drifts wide of goal.
The goals are flying in now as Marcos Alonso gets a second for Chelsea, heading in from a corner.Copyright: Reuters
All going on at Vicarage Road.
Abdoulaye Doucoure shoots over for the hosts Watford, while at the other end, Riyad Mahrez and Wilfred Ndidi both have efforts blocked by Christian Kabasele.
Having been 1-0 down, Bournemouth are ahead as Nathan Ake stabs in as a Lewis Cook's cross runs through to him at the near post.Copyright: Getty Images
Huddersfield are playing some superb football at times, pulling Stoke one way and then the other and they really should be 2-0 up as Rajiv van la Parra is denied from close range by Jack Butland before Steve Mounie lashes over from close range after being picked out by Tommy Smith.
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Former Republic of Ireland midfielder Andy Reid: "Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope was unsighted but it's a lovely flick from Lingard, a deft touch and he put it in the corner. Manchester United are right back in the game now."
Tough now for Brighton. They had done so well to frustrate Chelsea for long periods but will now need to be a bit more adventurous if they are to get something from this game. At the moment, it's just wave after wave of Chelsea attacks.
Back in it.
These two almost combined earlier, they do this time.
Ashley Young puts a low cross into the box, Jesse Lingard finishes it off with a cute back-flick into the bottom corner.
Remember this day last year when Henrikh Mkhitaryan scored that scorpion kick against Sunderland?
This flick was almost as good.
"United, United," chant the home supporters, who have come alive.Copyright: Getty Images
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Former Republic of Ireland midfielder Andy Reid: "I can't quite work out how that has happened but it was a poor miss from Lingard. It was a big, big chance"
How did this stay out???
The two subs almost combine and United should be on the scoreboard.
Ashley Young plays a wicked ball across the six-yard box and somehow Jesse Lingard misses an open net, shooting onto the crossbar.
OMG, looking at the replay, it is a stunning save by Nick Pope, tipping the ball onto the woodwork with his nose.
Good build up play by Bournemouth doesn't have the finish it deserves as Callum Wilson curls an effort wide. He had space and time on the edge of the area. Probably should have done better.
- SMS Message: Come on Jose. Now is the time to show us you’ve still got it. from Jamie in Bournemouth
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Former Republic of Ireland midfielder Andy Reid: "The substitutions strike me as a little bit of desperation and it looks like Mourinho's panicking a bit."