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Live Reporting

Jonathan Jurejko and Alex Bysouth

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye!

    Pep Guardiola

    It's easy this Premier League lark isn't it? Pep Guardiola will sleep well tonight after watching his new Manchester City side coast to their fifth straight win.

    He might even watch Match of the Day from 22:30 BST on BBC One tonight with a glass of rioja tonight. Make sure you do too. The plonk is optional.

    Join us again tomorrow for four Premier League matches. See ya then!


    Everton 3-1 Middlesbrough

    What's happened here? Everton have completely turned the match around, that's what. Yannick Bolasie extends the hosts' lead - or is it Romelu Lukaku? Doesn't matter to Everton fans. They're coasting.

    Head over here for the second half.

  3. 'We're pleased the ball has gone in'

    West Brom 4-2 West Ham

    West Brom manager Tony Pulis: "It was a good performance. But we played well at Bournemouth last week and probably as created as many opportunities. The difference is we've won the game and that changes people's perceptions.

    "We're pleased the ball has gone in the back of the net but we've done nothing different - other than the ball has gone in the back of the net."

  4. Post update

    Everton 2-1 Middlesbrough

    Another goal has gone in at Goodison... and it is the home side who are celebrating. Seamus Coleman puts them 2-1 ahead.

    Follow the match here.

  5. Turn on, tune in, sound off


    BBC Radio 5 live

    Time for you to sound off about your team's fortunes - or misfortunes - on national radio. Jason Mohammed and Robbie Savage are taking your calls on 606 - everyone's favourite football phone-in.

    Clue: there are a lot of angry West Ham fans trying to get through.

  6. Post update

    Hull City 1-4 Arsenal

    Hull City caretaker boss Mike Phelan on his future: “My position is I have been offered the job. It came 48 hours ago when we were in preparation for this game. I have time now to sit down with family, have a chat and take it forward.”

  7. Post update

    Hull 1-4 Arsenal

  8. Manager reaction

    Hull City 1-4 Arsenal

    Hull City caretaker manager Mike Phelan, whose team had Jake Livermore sent off in the first half: “We were playing against a top team, it was always going to be difficult once we lost a man and go down to 10 men. Against a team like Arsenal it can fall into their hands but I was pleased with our contribution up to that, we were more than capable of causing Arsenal a few issues.

    “We had possession before and after the red card and we kept going. To come back to 2-1 was a good feeling for our guys but unfortunately it didn’t last long enough. Our own mistakes caused the problems, giving the ball away for the third and fourth goals. That is where we got punished.

    “It was a penalty we can’t grumble about that. I think his arm is there and hit it. The problem is, is it a red card? I felt it was a little harsh on the player."

    Mike Phelan
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    Hull 1-4 Arsenal

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    Everton 1-1 Middlesbrough

    We had goals galore in the 3pm kick-offs - and the evening game at Goodison is proving to be equally entertaining.

    Moments after the visitors go ahead through Maarten Stekelenburg's controversial own goal, Everton peg them back. And guess who grabbed it? Gareth Barry. On his 600th Premier League appearance.

    Find out what is going on in our dedicated live coverage

  11. Post update

    Man City 4-0 Bournemouth

    Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe: "It was a tough day. Manchester City were excellent. The nature of the first two goals was disappointing. They're a very impressive team. 

    "When you play against the best, your learning is accelerated. That said, we had some opportunities but didn't make the most of them.We weren't at our very best, but you have to give them credit.

    "It was difficult for Jack Wilshere in the first half, because he's at his best when he has the ball, and we didn't have too much of it."

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    Man City 4-0 Bournemouth

  13. 'Excellent reaction'

    Leicester City 3-0 Burnley


    Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri: "I am very happy with the result and the performance of the players. I was curious to see how my players reacted after the Champions League and they reacted very well. After the victory in the Champions League, it was very important to continue in the Premier League.

    "We scored three goals and Islam Slimani scored twice. I think our fans are very happy. It's important Slimani continues to score because if he only scores in the first match we have a problem. He is a good lad and very happy."

  14. 'Great options'

    Leicester City 3-0 Burnley

    Leicester City midfielder Marc Albrighton: "It took a while to get going but once we came into our own we got the goal at a good time. After the break the second goal made the game a bit more comfortable. Islam Slimani has been brilliant. The other night he worked tirelessly for us and he's done it again. We have now got five strikers and have great options." 

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    Leicester 3-0 Burnley

    Looks like The Real Slim(ani) Shady has already stood up... *slow clapped out of the room*

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    Leicester 3-0 Burnley

  17. 'Four minutes of madness'

    Leicester City 3-0 Burnley

    Sean Dyche

    Burnley boss Sean Dyche: "The reality was four minutes of madness - two before half-time and two after. We gave away a really poor free-kick and they score. You go into half-time and try and change things and calm things down. Then we give away another poor goal. You are in trouble after that because we're playing against a very good team. We have to keep learning and keep moving forward."

  18. Post update

    If this was Football Manager I'd have fined Alexis Sanchez a week's wages for jumping up the penalty pecking order.

  19. 'I don't know why Sanchez took penalty'

    Hull City 1-4 Arsenal

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger on Alexis Sanchez missing a penalty he took ahead of regular taker Santi Cazorla:

    "Santi was down to take it, I don't know why it did not happen, they have pecking order, it was not planned for Sanchez to take it. 

    "I want to know what happened and for it not to happen again. Overall anyone can miss a penalty, we have to accept that." 

    Alexis Sanchez
  20. We were dominant and fluent - Wenger

    Hull City 1-4 Arsenal

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger: "I feel overall it was a positive performance after playing away in the Champions League and away again today.

    "We started well, dominated and were fluent. They defended well but overall we managed to score the goal then after the missed penalty we had to be serious and score the next goal.

    Asked who would be claiming his side's first goal: "I thought Iwobi, 100%. But Sanchez says he scored the goal."