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Summary

  1. United and Hull play out entertaining draw
  2. Both teams missed good chances - Hull hit the post late on
  3. Crouch scores 100th Premier League goal but Everton hit back to earn draw
  4. Hammers thrashed by Man City - De Bruyne, Silva, Jesus and Toure (pen) with the goals
  5. Jesus starts and scores his first goal for City, Bravo and Aguero dropped

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  1. Good night!

    And, with news that the injury sustained by Manchester United defender Phil Jones tonight is nothing serious, we bid you farewell.

  2. 'A fair result'

    Stoke 1-1 Everton

    Everton

    Ronald Koeman

    Everton manager Ronald Koeman: "We had some good chances in the second half but I think it’s a fair result as the best chances in the first 45 minutes went to Stoke. Joel had to make two great saves.

    "I’m really pleased about our performace today. It was a difficult start after going 1-0 down, but we had some good movement and chances."

    On his side's controversial equaliser: "I think the defender touches the ball and that makes it a goal.

    "I can understand why Mark Hughes is frustrated about that goal. First the linesman flagged for offside and then it’s a goal. 

    "It’s a very difficult situation for the referee because the linesman gave the offside. It’s clever from the referee to take a different decision.

    "But I think after the game everyone knows 1-1 is a good result."

  3. 'A unique threat'

    Stoke 1-1 Everton

    Stoke City

    Peter Crouch

    Stoke manager Mark Hughes on Peter Crouch's 100th Premier League goal: "A great moment for everyone to be in the stadium here to celebrate that. 

    "Everybody talks about his personalty and his character but above all he’s an exceptional football player. 

    "It’s fantastic. It’s credit to him. Since he’s come back into the side he’s been excellent. Everton found it very hard to cope with the unique threat he poses."

  4. 'City will be found out'

    West Ham 0-4 Manchester City

    Pat Nevin

    Ex-Chelsea winger at London Stadium for 5 live Sport

    I think if Manchester City play the team they did tonight away from home against other teams they will be found out.

    They are far too open. Yaya Toure, as the holding midfielder, won't get around enough against decent teams. 

    West Ham are the perfect team for Manchester City. They played 4-4-2 and were destroyed in midfield.

    Tactically it was a mess.

  5. Looking grim for Leicester

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  6. Not a happy chap

    Manchester United 0-0 Hull

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    Video caption: Mourinho walks out of interview
  7. More Mourinho

    Man Utd 0-0 Hull

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport at Old Trafford

    Jose continued: "Yesterday a fourth official told a manager 'I enjoy very much your passion' today I am told to sit down or I am going to be sent to the stand. 

    "Everything is different for me so don't ask me questions that put me in a difficult situation."

  8. 'Clearly he was in an offside position'

    Stoke 1-1 Everton

    Stoke City

    Stoke manager Mark Hughes: "I thought we were the better team and had more clear-cut chances. Marko had a couple of real chances with one on ones and we didn’t convert them."

    On Everton's goal, which was initially ruled out for offside: "They were able to get a fortunate goal, in my view Lukaku was offside. I don’t know what the referee has made of it, they’re obviously saying it came off Shawcross.

    "Clearly he was in an offside position. He's made a movement to the ball and my understanding was if you do that you’re offside, so we’re a little bit aggrieved with that.

    "We should have got the ball down and played on but we allowed Everton to surround the referee and reverse the decision.

    "It's really disappointing because up to that point they had not created any chances."

  9. 'We deserved this point'

    Manchester United 0-0 Hull

    Hull City

    Hull boss Marco Silva: “It is a very good result for us against a very good team. The secret We played like a team with a great attitude spirit and character. What we showed tonight again, I am happy. Sometimes you have to suffer in moments but we have to play as a team.

    “Our goalkeeper had a good night, but I prefer to talk about all the team.

    "We had a bad afternoon against Fulham but they played very well for me and showed a good attitude. I am sure with training we will improve.

    “We had very good chances in transition. OK, Man United had chances to score too but we deserved this point.

    “Jose is a fantastic coach. This was not Jose v Marco, it was Man United v Hull City."

  10. Jesus the watermelon

    West Ham 0-4 Manchester City

    Watermelon

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola on striker Gabriel Jesus: “It’s like watermelons. You have to open to see if it’s good or not. But he’s had a good mentality, so aggressive. He has dreams. He wants to become something in world football.”

  11. Post update

    West Ham 0-4 Manchester City

  12. Mourinho moan

    Manchester United 0-0 Hull

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Jose Mourinho is trying to keep a lid on his frustrations in his post-match press conference.

    "You simply have to tell the truth. You will be doing a public service I think. Tell the truth. If that means you say Manchester United didn't play well in the first-half, so be it. 

    "Don't ask me questions I cannot answer. You know clearly I am different. The rules for me are different. I am different in everything. I watch my team from the hotel. I was forbidden to go to the stadium."

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    Liam: "Only 4 points behind" that's the problem! No matter what the others do, we never take advantage. They slip up, we slip up

    Narek in London: Zlatan and Pogba didn't start against Wigan and United looked so much sleeker...

  14. 'Saves for the cameras'

    Manchester United 0-0 Hull

    Manchester United

    Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic: "We are very disappointed. If you don’t win the games, you should be disappointed. We had great chances to score and we should have won. It was a very important game.

    “I did not see any chances where it was difficult for the goalkeeper, it was not a good save from Juan Mata, it was a bad finish. Some saves he made for the cameras."

    Elsin Jakupovic

    The spoilsport

  15. 'Weddings and parties only now'

    Stoke 1-1 Everton

    Stoke City

    Crouch

    Peter Crouch on his 100th Premier League goal: "It was nice to get that, to get it early. I didn’t want it going on for a few games." 

    Asked about how it felt doing his robot celebration for the first time in a while, he said: "A bit stiff to be honest. It’s been 10 years, I think I’ll have to retire it. Weddings and parties only now."

  16. Thrashed - copy and paste

    West Ham 0-4 Manchester City

    West Ham United

    West Ham

    West Ham boss Slaven Bilic told BBC Sport that today's game was like a "copy and paste" from their 5-0 home defeat by Manchester City in the FA Cup last month.

    "It’s very frustrating. We made such mistakes for the first and third goal. If you give the ball away in those areas, they’ll punish you. 

    "When it’s 3-0, it’s hard to play against them. You are hoping if you score you can turn a game around. But at 3-0 it’s more likely you'll concede more as they’ll gain confidence. 

    "It's a heavy defeat for us but we can’t let it hurt us a lot. We have to bounce back like we did after the FA Cup defeat. 

    "Robert Snodgrass is a good player. It’s hard to come on at 4-0 down but he showed quality. We have a good team. Tomorrow we’ll start preparing for the weekend's game. We’ll have to stay positive to get back on winning track."

  17. Post update

    Manchester United 0-0 Hull City

    Pat Nevin

    Ex-Chelsea winger at London Stadium for 5 live Sport

    In many games Manchester United have created a whole bunch of chances but don't get the goal. 

    Mourinho must be thinking he has got Rooney, Zlatan, Rashford, Martial, one of them will get the goals but it isn't happening. 

    It is one of those that could click any minute.

  18. Aguero on the bench for good?

    West Ham 0-4 Manchester City

    Manchester City

    Sergio Aguero

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola was asked if Sergio Aguero would have to get used to life on the bench.

    His answer? "No."

    "I sit with my staff and take decisions based on the performance of the past. I’m a guy who likes to involve as much players as possible."

  19. Get Involved

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    Babatunde Sakiru: Why is Man Utd manager dropping a good player on the bench ( Martial) because of his personal interest. Overrated!!!!

    RegularJon: Performances gone backwards since Dec. In 4 comps (3) but hard to be positive when we cant take simple chances and draw so many

    Elixir Gautam: Only City won out of top 10 teams. Lets face it, Chelsea will win the title before 5 games in this fashion. 

  20. Four from six

    West Ham 0-4 Manchester City

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    Still 15 games to go and i looks like every point will be vital.