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  1. Goodnight

    Thanks for spending your Saturday night with us - we hope you've enjoyed following our Match of the Day Social along with the TV show.

    If you missed any of the action tonight, Match of the Day is on at 07:05 BST tomorrow morning. I'll be asleep but you can always follow this live text again along with it if you wish!

    Tomorrow it's Sunderland v Tottenham and Leicester v Aston Villa.

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    It was a shocker Martin...

  3. Southampton were the home team

    West Brom 0-0 Southampton

    Ronald Koeman

    Southampton boss Ronald Koeman: “I’m a little bit disappointed because we were the better team. We had a lot of ball possession but we didn’t create a lot of chances, maybe the best one was in the first half with Jay Rodriguez. 

    "In the second half we were not clinical enough. It was like we were the home team today. It was a difficult game, but we expect this, if we can't win then don’t lose.”

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    Not sure it works like that...

  5. Man of the match - Dusan Tadic

    West Brom 0-0 Southampton

    BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan picked out Southampton's Dusan Tadic as his man of the match in his report. 

    The Serb delivered the most number of crosses at The Hawthorns today, 14, with the next highest only five - James Ward-Prowse and Craig Gardner. 

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  7. Get Involved - West Brom 0-0 Southampton

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    Adam Rowe: Was there today and fortunately Berahino didn't get booed whenever he got hold of the ball. Only a few booed when he came on. Just effects the whole team when ur booing a player  

    Daniel Bateman : Virgil van dijk was the man of the match!  

  8. McManaman's strange dive

    In a quiet first half, Callum McManaman's "dive" for a penalty caused some debate. The West Brom winger touched the ball, Southampton's Matt Targett lunged in but McManaman then threw himself over the challenge and had his penalty appeals waved away by referee Stuart Attwell. 

    West Brom boss Tony Pulis: "I think Callum McManaman dives first before the player touches him. I'll be having a word with him about that. It was a good decision by the referee."  

    Callum McManaman
  9. Line-ups

    West Brom 0-0 Southampton

    West Brom line-up
    Southampton line-up
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    Watford 1-0 Swansea

    Alan Shearer

    BBC Match of the Day

    Quote Message: It was a terrible tackle by Behrami. It could have been two red cards.
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    Watford 1-0 Swansea

    Ian Wright

    BBC Match of the Day

    Quote Message: Watford have a lot of pace and endeavour.
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    Watford 1-0 Swansea

    Swansea dominated possession but Watford were a much greater threat going forward, having only twice as many shots.

    Watford v Swansea
  14. Manager reaction

    Watford 1-0 Swansea

    Watford manager Quique Sanchez Flores:

    "It was a really big experience to win first match in Premier League. It was a really tough match as Swansea is a good team.

    "In the first half we played well and had control. It got complicated after the sending off.

    "In the second half, when we had to defend a lot, I don't like to play like this. I'm really pleased and would like to dedicate this win to the fans."

    Gary Monk and Quique Sanchez Flores

    Swansea manager Garry Monk:

    "We got what we deserved. We just didn't perform. We couldn't get into it when the sending off came. We are very disappointed.

    "We had a lack of focus on the things we do well. Ultimately, disappointed but our job to come back and put those things right.

    "We have no excuses. We were quite sluggish. I have no complaints with the result."

  15. Get Involved - Watford 1-0 Swansea

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    Jason Mcneill:  Watford FC take a bow to beat a team who are just off the back of beating Man United also having 10 men for 33 mins of the game is a fantastic result well done Watford.  ManUnited fan btw .

    Sam Shakeshaft:  Well done Watford, swansea fan. You were better on the day and deserved to win, good luck for the rest of the season

    Nathan Moulding:  Sunderland stoke and west brom going down.

  16. Man of the match - Odion Ighalo

    Watford 1-0 Swansea

    Odion Ighalo
    Heat map
    Image caption: Odion Ighalo occupied the left of the forward line but as you can see covered much of the final third

    BBC Sport's Saj Chowdhury picked Odion Ighalo as his man of the match in his match report after a brilliant display in attack. Do you agree? Get involved via #MOTD or post on the Match of the Day Facebook page.

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    Watford 1-0 Swansea

    Odion Ighalo slams home for Watford - he's on my fantasy football bench, while Sergio Aguero was captain today. Woe.

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    Now you come to mention it, there is a likeness. Have a look when Quique Sanchez Flores is being interviewed imminently...

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  21. Post update

    Norwich 3-1 Bournemouth

    Alan Shearer

    BBC Match of the Day

    Looks like Alan Shearer agrees with Emlyn... Over to Watford now.

    Quote Message: Hoolahan was at the heart of everything Norwich did well. He has been involved in four of Norwich's five goals.
  22. LINE-UPS

    Watford 1-0 Swansea

    Watford line-up
    Swansea line-up
  23. Post update

    Norwich 3-1 Bournemouth

    Norwich and Bournemouth both played sole strikers - but the Canaries offered a lot more support to Cameron Jerome than Callum Wilson got for the Cherries.

    Average positions
  24. Man of the match - Wes Hoolahan

    Norwich 3-1 Bournemouth

    Wes Hoolahan
    Image caption: Wes Hoolahan has been involved in five of their eight Premier League games this season

    BBC Sport's Emlyn Begley picked Wes Hoolahan as his man of the match in his match report after an impressive assist and goal in a busy afternoon.  

    "Wes is an influential player for us, he has that creativity that can decide games. He was dangerous throughout the pitch but as a team we worked really hard and deserved the plaudits," Canaries boss Alex Neil told BBC Match of the Day.

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  25. Post update

    Norwich 3-1 Bournemouth

  26. Get Involved - Norwich 3-1 Bournemouth

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    Jimmy Smith:  Come on guys, give some credit to Norwich for once, we were excellent today. Hoolahan might as well call himself David Silva on this evidence, what a start to the season he's had!  

    Leroy Mauris:  Bournemouth and their naive, yet very sympathetic approach to the game. If they continue like this they"ll be relegated by February.

  27. Manager reaction - 'Lack of confidence'

    Norwich 3-1 Bournemouth

    Eddie Howe

    Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe told BBC Sport: "The biggest disappointment was the goals we gave away. At this level if you defend like we did for the three goals you have to be disappointed.

    "I thought we were still well in the game at half-time, but in the second half we conceded possession really cheaply. That's usually our strength so there's a lot for us to reflect on.

    "Maybe there was a bit of a lack of confidence after going behind, but we ended up chasing the game and making some bad decisions. That cost us."

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  29. Manager reaction - Norwich 'deserved win'

    Norwich 3-1 Bournemouth

    Norwich manager Alex Neil told BBC Match of the Day:  "I thought we were the dominant team throughout, we scored three good goals and deserved the win.

    "We had our game plan and the players carried that out perfectly. All credit goes to them. They were fantastic today.

    "Matt Jarvis had that dimension we needed, he can beat players and he did fantastically for his goal, I'm really pleased for him. Hopefully we can continue to play as well as we did today."

  30. Post update

    Norwich 3-1 Bournemouth

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    Not sure a shinpad counts as a baton Andre...

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    Norwich 3-1 Bournemouth

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    It's like someone has coloured both kits in with highlighters.

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    Norwich 3-1 Bournemouth

    Jerome goal
  35. BBC coverage

    Don't forget, plenty of football for you tomorrow on the BBC as well...

    Coverage

    Back to today's action though...

  36. Post update

    Norwich 3-1 Bournemouth

    Alex Neil v Eddie Howe
  37. LINE-UPS

    Norwich 3-1 Bournemouth

    Norwich line-up
    Bournemouth line-up
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  40. Post update

    Arsenal 2-0 Stoke

  41. Coquelin the key

    Arsenal 2-0 Stoke

    Arsenal

    Francis Coquelin was arguably Arsenal's man of the match. He completed 59 successful passes (represented by the square boxes above) and made more tackles (5) than any other player, one of those leading to the Gunners' opening goal.

    He also had a pass accuracy of 88.1%.

  42. Post update

    Arsenal 2-0 Stoke

    Ian Wright

    BBC Match of the Day

    Quote Message: The Arsenal strikers are not taking as many chances as they are creating but Theo has the pace and ability to do it. He has to score there though with that header, I am scoring that. He could have got a hat-trick.

    You never were lacking of confidence were you Wrighty?

  43. Post update

    Arsenal 2-0 Stoke

    Theo Walcott

    Theo Walcott had eight shots in total, five of those on target, although missed a couple of good chances to add to his one goal.

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    Email surely these days Lee?

  45. Manager reaction - 'Too passive in defence'

    Arsenal 2-0 Stoke

    Mark Hughes

    Stoke manager Mark Hughes: "We wanted to make it difficult for Arsenal and get good numbers of bodies around the ball and try to condense play because we know they are very good in wide areas where they look to overload you and look for one-twos around your box.

    "Unfortunately our defensive play was a bit too passive in terms of getting out to affect what Arsenal were trying to do, especially in the first half."

  46. Manager reaction - 'We need to finish more chances'

    Arsenal 2-0 Stoke

    Arsene Wenger

    Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger: "In the first half our movement was outstanding and we created a lot. In the second half our pace dropped maybe a little bit in our passing, but we continuously created chances and overall it was a strong performance.

    "My only regret is that there is too big a difference between the number of chances we made and the number of goals we scored but that will come."

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    Apparently so Jez, apparently so...

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    Seems Ian Wright's comment towards Alan Shearer has tickled a few of you. Plenty of time for Shearer to get his own back...

  49. Man of the match - Jack Butland

    Arsenal 2-0 Stoke

    Jack Butland

    BBC Sport's Gary Rose picked Jack Butland as his man of the match in his match report after making 10 saves to prevent Arsenal winning by a bigger margin. Do you agree? Get involved via #MOTD or post on the Match of the Day Facebook page.

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  50. Get Involved - Arsenal 2-0 Stoke

    Match of the Day Facebook

    Matthew Linning:  I thought stoke would be a decent side this season, made some good signings, obviously i was wrong.

    Geoff O'Connor:  I did worry about Stoke struggling this season. I thought Hughes signed too many players and it brought back memories of that ill fated season he had at QPR where he signed practically a whole team during the transfer window. I hope we will click as we do have good players but I am concerned.  

    Samuel Williamson:  Honestly, i think its down to two key players. Shawcross Leader of men in defence - InjuredN'Zonzi who IMO was one of the best holding midfielders in the prem - Sold..  

  51. 'Doubts over Walcott up front'

    Arsenal 2-0 Stoke

    Former England midfielder Jermaine Jenas on Final Score: "It was a good finish from Theo Walcott for the goal but I still have doubts about him playing as a striker.

    "He missed two big opportunities before that. For one of them, from six yards out he couldn't get his feet right and smashed the ball over the bar.

    "I just think he'd get just as many goals as he does playing on the right wing."

  52. Route one

    Arsenal 2-0 Stoke

    Arsenal

    In graphical form, Arsenal's goal does not look like much - anyone can play a long ball forward, right? In reality, it was a thing of beauty. Mesut Ozil played the precision pass, Theo Walcott supplied the simple finish.

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  55. LINE-UPS

    Arsenal 2-0 Stoke

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  56. Post update

    Crystal Palace 0-1 Man City

    Ian Wright

    Football Analyst on BBC Match of the Day

    Quote Message: Scott Dann is beaten all ends up and that is a terrible challenge. I remember your challenge on Neil Lennon, Alan.

    A bit of #banter between Ian Wright and Alan Shearer after the latter accuses Wrighty of going soft...

  57. Post update

    Crystal Palace 0-1 Man City

  58. Fouls galore

    Crystal Palace 0-1 Man City

    There were plenty of fouls committed by both teams, with the graphic below showing Palace's free-kicks given away (white) and Manchester City's (black).

    Fouls
  59. Aguero could play in midweek

    Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini tells BBC Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker that Sergio Aguero could be fit for Tuesday's Champions League game against Juventus.

    Pellegrini
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    Big shout that Martin...

  61. Post update

    Crystal Palace 0-1 Man City

    Quote Message: It means a great deal, I am very grateful from Kelechi Iheanacho Man City forward
    Kelechi IheanachoMan City forward
  62. Manager reaction - 'He deserves that chance'

    Crystal Palace 0-1 Man City

    Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini on Kelechi Iheanacho:  "He's just 18 and started working with our squad last season, but he was unlucky and had a big injury in the last three months of the season.

    "This year he started pre-season with the squad and will be a very important player for the future. He's one of the reasons I didn't bring another striker in when we sold Edin Dzeko.

    "He deserves that chance."

  63. Manager reaction - 'Better performance than the win'

    Crystal Palace 0-1 Man City

    Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew:  "Even though we beat Manchester City last season this was a better performance.

    "It's a shame about the injury to Aguero because we are not a malicious team. We both knew this was going to be a tough game and it was."

  64. Get Involved - Crystal Palace 0-1 Man City

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    Stuart Carter:  Glad Kelechi is finally getting the exposure he's had coming... exceptional talent.  

    Callum Pattison : So this kid is gonna get hyped up for the whole week just like Reece Oxford then?  

    Rob Fish:  He's mint on football manager!  

  65. Man of the match - Kelechi Iheanacho

    Crystal Palace 0-1 Man City

    Manchester City

    BBC Sport's Andy Cryer picked Manchester City's Kelechi Iheanacho as his man of the match in his match report. Do you agree? Get involved via #MOTD or post on the Match of the Day Facebook page.

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  66. Crucial contribution

    Crystal Palace 0-1 Man City

    Manchester City

    Kelechi Iheanacho did not complete a successful pass or make a crucial interception but his one-minute cameo on the pitch saw him provide the most important contribution of all - scoring after Samir Nasri's shot was initially kept out.

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    Shame about that one goal there....

  69. Aguer-woe for Man City

    Crystal Palace 0-1 Man City

    Sergio Aguero
    Image caption: Sergio Aguero came off after 25 minutes after being fouled by Scott Dann

    Watch Aguero limping out of Selhurst Park on the BBC Radio Manchester Blue Tuesday Facebook page.

  70. LINE-UPS

    Crystal Palace 0-1 Man City

    Crystal Palace
    Manchester City
  71. Post update

    Man Utd 3-1 Liverpool

    Alan Shearer

    BBC Match of the Day

    Quote Message: I thought Liverpool were dull, they didn't have a go.
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    Man Utd 3-1 Liverpool

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    Man Utd 3-1 Liverpool

    Ian Wright doesn't think Christian Benteke is fitting into the Reds' system at the moment despite his stunning goal. "Liverpool aren't getting the best out of him."

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    Kris Loves You: Could watch @AnthonyMartial's goal all day! goosebumps. 

    Lennie: What a debut for Anthony Martial. Man U fans must think he's worth every penny after that goal.

    Joel Taylor:  Martial's goal was so Thierry Henry.  

    Sounds like Gary Lineker agrees with you Lennie...

  75. Post update

    Man Utd 3-1 Liverpool

  76. A game of two halves

    Man Utd 3-1 Liverpool

    Graphic

    As shown by the graphic above, Manchester United were far more of an attacking threat after the break.

  77. Post update

    Man Utd 3-1 Liverpool

    Alan Shearer

    BBC Match of the Day

    Quote Message: That first 45 minutes from both teams was about the worst I've ever seen.

    Say it as it is Alan...

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    Man Utd 3-1 Liverpool

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    Charley Pickthall: What a goal Benteke. 

    Age Lancelot: Benteke technique was too sweet!

  80. Manager reaction - Liverpool are 'disappointed'

    Man Utd 3-1 Liverpool

    Brendan Rodgers

    Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers: "I thought in the first half we defended well but had nowhere near enough quality and composure on the ball.

    "We were disappointed with a couple of the goals. I never thought the free kick was a free kick. Penalty, I think Herrera has done well, young Joe Gomez will learn he has to stay on his feet."

  81. Manager reaction - Martial made 'good impression'

    Man Utd 3-1 Liverpool

    Anthony Martial

    Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal on Anthony Martial: "He made a very good impression in the first three days, that's why I selected him on the bench.

    "When you make a goal like Anthony you cannot wish for more, I think.

    "A lot of players have made a debut and scored with me so it's a good signal.

    "We scouted him and we wanted him because he's the best in his age, but he needs time and three days is too short to judge his personality."

  82. Get Involved - Man Utd 3-1 Liverpool

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    Kaza Thayantham on Facebook:  Took Martial 20 minutes to equal Balotelli's goal tally from last season in the league.  

    Liam Beer:  As much as I hate to say it, fair play to United. We were awful today. Lacked passion, didn't seem to want it. Our tactics were all wrong. Rodgers needs to sort it out, as it's not going to get any easier and his job will be in jeopardy if it continues this way. The better team won today, Martial looks promising, although that price tag won't be justified for quite some time. Benteke take a bow though.  

    Myles Doran:  Great Benteke goal, but he did have about 3 years to do it. Dire first half, but come on United. Martial's a bigger lad than I thought- big enough to hold himself up!

  83. Post update

    Man Utd 3-1 Liverpool

  84. Martial arts...

    Man Utd 3-1 Liverpool

    What an introduction to the Premier League for Anthony Martial....

    Martial goal
  85. Benteke ploughs a lone furrow

    Man Utd 3-1 Liverpool

    Apart from his goal, which was a stunner, Liverpool striker Christian Benteke struggled to be much of an attacking threat - as shown by his heat map below.

    Heat map
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  88. Post update

    Man Utd 3-1 Liverpool

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    Perhaps Martial can have an impact from the bench Ryan...

  90. Man of the match - Daley Blind

    Man Utd 3-1 Liverpool

    Daley Blind

    BBC Sport's Phil McNulty picked out Manchester United defender Daley Blind as his man of the match in his report.

    The Dutchman, who opened the scoring, made four tackles and nine clearances for United.

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  91. The only way is up

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    Last word on Jose. It doesn't look good does it....

    Mourinho
  92. Post update

    Man Utd 3-1 Liverpool

  93. LINE-UPS

    Manchester United 3-1 Liverpool

    Manchester United
    Liverpool
  94. Post update

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    Ian Wright

    Football Analyst on BBC Match of the Day

    On John Stones' display at the heart of Everton's defence...

    Quote Message: He knew the country's eyes were on him and he doesn't disappoint.
  95. Player reaction - 'buzzing'

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    As did new Toffees winger Aaron Lennon, who made his first appearance since joining the club from Tottenham on a permanent basis following his loan spell last season.

  96. Player reaction - 'what a performance'

    Everton 3-1 Celsea

    Everton striker Arouna Kone and midfielder Ross Barkley both enjoyed their win over Chelsea. 

  97. Post update

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    Alan Shearer

    BBC Sport Match of the Day

    Quote Message: Everything has gone wrong for Chelsea, it has been an absolute disaster

    Alan pulling no punches...

  98. Chelsea's defensive woes continue

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    Chelsea allowed a lot of space behind their back four - while Everton's centre-backs stayed closer to home - as evidenced by our average position map.

    In the second graphic, you can see how many misplaced passes Chelsea's starting defenders made. (Spoiler alert: it's a lot)

    Defensive positions
    Misplaced passes
  99. A sorry start...

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    Chelsea's defeats
  100. Get Involved - Everton 3-1 Chelsea

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    Dean Hugsy Dowson:  Well done super sub Steven Naismith. Absolutely mullered our pathetic defence yet again today. Fully deserved the match ball win and three points. From an unhappy Chelsea fan.  

    Karl Beake:  Naismith's kick out at Ivanovic could easily have seen him sent off before he scored any of the goals but Everton were far superior and deserved the result.  

    Steve Herron:  Fair play to Everton. They dominated in every area and their performance was flawless. As a Chelsea fan it was a very uncomfortable match to watch, disorganised and clumsy at best. No passion in the team.  

  101. More from Mourinho - 'I am the man for the job'

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho: "I am not feeling pressure. The results are the worst in my career. They are not adapted to my quality, my status, but I am coping well with the situation.

    "I am the man for the job. I don't think there is better man who could come and do my job." 

  102. Manager reaction - Mourinho avoiding the table

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho:  "It is better not to look at the table. For me it is the first time I look and see my team in that position. I don't look at the table, I look to players, the training session we have and the matches. 

    "Our next match in the Premier League is against Arsenal and we are candidates to win."

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    Kyle Utterson : Thought Everton were sensational today and dominated throughout Naismith was brilliant and must be a nuisance to play. 

    Chris Saunders : Something tells me Naismith will be starting next week #MOTD. 

    Oliver McBride: Would Everton have won is Besic hadn't (unfortunately) got injured? Always an interesting situation.

    Great question Oliver...

  104. Manager reaction - 'a feeling of pride'

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    Everton boss Roberto Martinez: "A performance like that gives you a feeling of pride. An incredible team performance.

    "Steve Naismith is a really important player for us, not just today but over the last two seasons he has been growing week by week. He showed everyone that he is ready for his moment and he did it in real style."

    Everton manager Roberto Martinez
  105. Did you know?

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    That's some stat. Only Blackburn Rovers have made a worst start to the defence of the Premier League crown...

  106. Man of the match - Steven Naismith

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    Steven Naismith

    There was only one candidate as far as BBC Sport's Mandeep Sanghera was concerned. He went for Everton's hat-trick hero in his match report - do you agree? Get involved via #MOTD, or post on the Match of the Day Facebook page.

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  107. Post update

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    Chelsea had more possession against Everton but the Toffees were the ones who made it count when they had the ball. Here's Steven Naismith's hat-trick goal in graphic form...

    Everton goal three
  108. Post update

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    Chelsea may have had 61.3% possession against Everton but the Toffees had nine shots on target compared to two from the other Blues.

    Everton v Chelsea
  109. Get Involved #MOTD

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    David Hannabuss: People are always happy when a top team is struggling I'm sure Chelsea fans love it when Arsenal, Man City, Man United and Liverpool lose Games.

    Joseph Bailey:  I think Man United are the worst for people wanting to see lose. Welcome to being champions and people hating you.  

    Stephen Fogarty: Chelsea is now (or slowly becoming) the club to hate and with a manager people want to see fail, just like Man Utd used to be (or somewhat still is)  

  110. Matic magic

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    Nemanja Matic (number 21 on the graphic below) scored a superb long-range goal for Chelsea but it was a rare moment of joy for the Blues as they lost at Everton.

    Nemanja Matic goal
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  112. Super sub

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    Steven Naismith only came on for Everton after nine minutes because of an injury to Muhamed Besic but he certainly took his chance to impress. Here's his second goal in graphic form...

    Everton goal number two
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    It gets better Morris...

  114. Pass masters

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    Starting with Phil Jagielka (number six), here's the 19-pass move which led to Everton forward Steven Naismith's opener in the win over Chelsea...

    Everton goal
  115. Line-ups

    Everton 3-1 Chelsea

    Everton's line-up v Chelsea
    Chelsea's line-up v Everton
  116. Post update

    The show is just starting now on BBC One or on the top of this page (if you're in the UK). 

    Gary Lineker is hosting the show, with fellow former England strikers Ian Wright and Alan Shearer analysing each game.

    To be honest, we're presuming you know the format by now.

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    Don't worry Garry, you're on first and it is starting any second now on BBC One and on this page...

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    Adam Clay: Can't wait for #motd. 

    Dayoooo : Can't wait till #MOTD starts. 

    Ben: It's that time of the week again.

    Not long now guys...

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  122. Goals, goals, goals

    Plenty of goals for tonight's Match of the Day panel to discuss...

    Match of the Day
  123. Post update

    Here's your running order for tonight's games.

    Running order
  124. Get Involved

    #motd

    Not much longer to wait now Dave....

  125. Post update

    Welcome to our BBC Match of the Day Social page, where you can join in the debate and follow tactical analysis of and reaction to each game while watching the show on BBC One (or this page - starting at 22:50 BST).

  126. Welcome to MOTD Social

    Jose Mourinho

    We're only five games into the Premier League season but today could turn out to be a big day in the title race.

    Sixteen goals, including some stunners, a red card and - as ever - some talking points.

    Where else would you rather spend your Saturday night than here with us?