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Summary

  1. Man Utd beat Burnley 2-0; Rashford sent off
  2. Mourinho backs Woodward
  3. Watford come from behind to beat Tottenham
  4. Arsenal edge five-goal thriller at Cardiff
  5. Man City's Sterling hits Premier League form

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By Denise Evans

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's your lot

    I'm going to wind things up now.

    But before I go, I wanted to announce that Paul Schofield wins my unofficial 'best Gareth Southgate birthday present suggestion' award with this gem.

    Thanks for all the texts and tweets today.

    I'll leave you with this vintage picture of England manager Gareth Southgate in his playing days.

    Bye for now.

    SOuthgate
  2. Who are the Premier League's top creators?

    This quiz has caused some head-scratching today, as we ask you to name the top 20 Premier League assist makers.

    James Milner registered his 80th Premier League assist this weekend, but is he in the list?

    Take the quiz

    Milner
  3. A painful defeat

    Watford 2-1 Tottenham

    MOTD2 pundit Jermaine Jenas has said Spurs lacked maturity in their loss to Watford on Sunday.

    It was certainly a disappointment for manager Mauricio Pochettino following their 3-0 thrashing of Manchester United the game before.

    How can Spurs stay consistent?

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    Video caption: Pochettino disappointed with 'painful' defeat
  4. Recap

    So let's look over the talking points of the day, for any of you just tuning in.

    • Jose Mourinho has come out in support of Ed Woodward, following the fan plane stunt at Turf Moor
    • We've been discussing the Marcus Rashford sending off, and whether it was deserved or not
    • It's Gareth Southgate's birthday so you've been suggesting what gift you would give him
    • Watford are looking good, with some fans dreaming of a trophy win
    • Spurs need to learn to win even when playing poorly
    Rashford
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    SMS Message: At least Lukaku now looks like a proper striker; he is showing aptitude for the role whereas last season he was just big and fast but didn't seem to have the flair that top strikers need. from Stuart
    Stuart
    SMS Message: All due respect to Prince Gyimah and his comments regards Watford. But I think Man Utd need to be judged as to how they perform against the teams who are likely to be battling for the top spots, or has expectation fallen so low that we need to see how we perform against mid table teams? from Max V
    Max V
    SMS Message: No Southampton players in Garth's team of the week? C'mon, Højbjerg had a blinder on Saturday! from Stephen, Essex (Southampton fan)
    Stephen, Essex (Southampton fan)
  6. An unwanted stat for Spurs

    Watford 2-1 Tottenham

    • Watford's 2-1 win is the first time that Tottenham Hotspur lost a game in which they had been leading in the Premier League since November 2016 against eventual champions Chelsea, ending a run of 48 league matches without defeat when taking the lead at any stage.
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    Paul Westerberg: Same people arguing against Rashford red card as a 'coming together' were slaughtering Richarlison for the same thing.

    SMS Message: Sorry was that Mr. Wilson predicting Arsenal to be relegated?! (12:46) I'll eat an entire collection of hats if that happens from Patrick in Sheffield
    Patrick in Sheffield
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    Prince Gyimah: Re: Edwin at 12:10. Isn't that analogy interesting from you? Granted, that Watford play like Burnley, how about you consider the fact that Watford have got maximum points from that style of play as opposed to Burnley's?

    SMS Message: It does seem like Mourinho is starting to play the attacking football fans so desperately crave, with only 10 men at 2-0 up we still took it to Burnley. Perhaps this close shave with departure will be looked back on as the real catalyst for change. I really can't see a better man for the job, that being said though the real test will be away against a dangerous Watford side from Zak
    Zak
  9. Captain Robertson

    Liverpool left-back Andy Robertson has been named Scotland captain.

    Glasgow-born Robertson has 22 caps for his country.

    The 24-year-old defender has played in all four of the Reds' games so far this season.

    Andy Robertson
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    Rich S: Jose was spot on calling Rashford naive for getting sent off, if he stayed down holding his ankle then Bardsley gets the red card.

    BOM: I know it’s early, but Emery at Arsenal looks very disorganised. At least with a Wenger team, you knew what to expect. Conceding a fair few goals this season already. Defence and keeping to be blamed. Is it time for Cech to hang up the gloves

    Lewis Wilson: Arsenal aren't improving. They scraped a win again Cardiff, one of the three to go down end of season in my opinion.

    Mr Wilson dropping a bold statement, there...

  11. Who makes your Premier League team of the week?

    Garth Crooks has revealed his, pick yours here.

    TOTW
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    Gumbo74: There are four teams with 100% records in the EPL. Unfortunately West ham United are for the wrong reasons. Hopefully the International break will give some players time to have a good look at themselves and come back with a better attitude.

    That's one way of looking at Watford's form (see below)

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    SMS Message: The result means we're 28 points from safety after four games, that's the most important thing! from Anon
    Anon
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    SMS Message: The fact Fellaini had a "good" game against Burnley, dealing with their crosses, shows the level of our football. Top sides would prevent the crosses in the first place by having lots of possession, pressing and playing attacking football higher up the pitch. Strange no one wanted to sign Fellaini for free. from Chris
    Chris
  14. Talking of Spain...

    World Cup winner Ronaldo has become the majority shareholder of Real Valladolid.

    The 42-year-old purchased a 51% controlling stake in the Spanish club.

    Valladolid are 16th in La Liga and yet to win a game this season.

    Ronaldo
  15. Celebr-EIGHT!

    Meanwhile, over in La Liga, Barcelona handed league newcomers Huesca a bit of a thrashing.

    Messi and Suarez scored two as Barca won 8-2, with five different players getting on the scoresheet.

    barcelona
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    Edwin: Happy with the three points. Fellaini gave us balance, plus clean sheet. I expect same 11 vs Watford as they play like Burnley.

    Jean-Paul Breyer: Yesterday’s win against Burnley is far from enough to enable us to judge on which way Man United are really heading. They are unpredictable and lack consistency so badly for now...

  17. Stats galore!

    To round off our stats hour, the weekly Premier League round-up is fresh on the BBC Sport site.

    It explores Crystal palaces reliance on Wilfried Zaha, why James Milner is on a par with David Beckham and more.

    Why not have a full read of the report over your lunch break?

    It's perfect lunchtime fodder if you ask me.

    Zaha
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    United fans, are you a little happier after yesterday's win or is there still a long way to go before the Red Devils show they can be title contenders?

    Watford and Tottenham supporters, what does this result really mean for your club? With so much of the season still to go, does it mean not that much at all?

    And is Unai Emery guiding Arsenal in the right direction?

    If you have some thoughts you'd like to share on the above, get in touch!

  19. Stat attack: Arsenal

    Cardiff City 2-3 Arsenal

    • Arsenal have collected six points in their last three away Premier League games (W2 D0 L1), as many as in their previous 11 away games combined (W1 D3 L7).
    • Since his Premier League debut in February, only Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah (15) has scored more Premier League goals than Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (11).
    • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s strike from outside the box ended his personal run of 76 consecutive goals from inside the box in club football – his last from outside the box before today was against Spurs for Borussia Dortmund in the Europa League in March 2016.
    • Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette has been directly involved in seven goals in his last five Premier League starts (5 goals, 2 assists).
    Aubameyang