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Shamoon Hafez and Gary Rose

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  1. Post update

    Right, that pretty much wraps things up for us.

    Liverpool are currently beating Swansea in the late game and you can follow the rest of it here.

    Don't forget Match of the Day is on BBC One tonight at 22:45 GMT.

    See you later!

  2. Defour couldn't have hit his free-kick any better

    Man United 2-2 Burnley


    Burnley midfielder Steven Defour told the media: "I think we fought all game. Especially first-half."

    Could he have hit his free-kick any better? "I don't think so, we were watching the wall, Matic stepped to the right and I just took it. It went straight in."

    On getting a point at Old Trafford: "It's like a free one (game), we've got nothing to lose the pressure is on them, we just want to play our game and get some points. We have to play with our qualities. United played a bit slowly in the first-half and they gave us a chance to play

  3. 'The referee took three points from us'

    Bournemouth 3-3 West Ham

    Marko Arnautovic told Sky Sports: I think we were unlucky that we only got one point. It was a difficult game and the weather was bad. We knew Bournemouth would keep the ball and play good football, but we tried to defend well. I think in the second half Bournemouth attacked more and then in the end we turned the game around and we were in a winning position. It has to be three points for us. It can't be a goal for Bournemouth and it has to be a red card for Bournemouth, but that is football. I don't know if I can he happy for the one point as the referee took three points from us. The mistake was the referee went to the linesman. He knows he made a mistake, but we all make mistakes. We have to believe, we are not in a brilliant position, but we have a lot of games to go and we can turn things around.

  4. 'Our best 90 minutes'

    West Brom 0-0 Everton

    West Bromwich Albion

    West Brom boss Alan Pardew: "It is difficult to try understand how we have not won today but we go onto the next game. It was a sound performance and the fans were tremendous.

    "We have 17 games to go. If we can play at the level we just have I will be very, very happy and we will get enough points. It was probably our best 90 minutes since I've been here."

  5. 'A tough game'

    Watford 2-1 Leicester


    Watford boss Marco Silva to BBC Sport: “We didn’t lose our focus when we weren't winning, and now that we have won, I’m not the happiest man in the world.

    "Leicester have a lot of quality. It was a balanced and tough game. Scoring before half-time was a good time to score.

    "In the second half we were more compact and strong, and better in our challenge."

    On whether he was worried by their recent form, after a good start to the season:

    "I know clear what is our reality as a club. You can have some fantastic results in a row but a season is too long. I know what can happen if you have lots of players banned or injured. I know that - our players know. It’s impossible to win all our matches."

    Marco Silva
  6. 'A big disappointment'

    Watford 2-1 Leicester

    Leicester City

    Leicester boss Claude Puel to BBC Sport: “It was a little difficult playing against a physical team with long balls and second balls. The scoreline at half-time was a little harsh as we didn’t concede a lot of chances.

    “The second half was a bit more difficult. It’s a story about free-kicks. We have to correct this situation for the next game. We were a little unlucky at the end as we had some fantastic chances, which Heurelho Gomes saved.

    “A draw would have been a fair result. It’s a big disappointment. We had a positive attitude.”

  7. 'We were value for something'

    Chelsea 2-0 Brighton

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    Brighton boss Chris Hughton: "Over the 90 minutes I think we were value for something - I'm not talking about points, I'm talking about really participating in this game.

    "We need to figure a way of getting the goals we need. We're very conscious of the division we're in. What we will do is work as hard as we can coming up in January to strengthen the squad in areas that can strengthen us."

  8. 'We were luckier last season'

    Chelsea 2-0 Brighton


    Chelsea boss Antonio Conte: "In the first half we had the right chances to score but didn't take them. For this reason it becomes difficult because you're opponent stays with 10 players behind the ball.

    "In the second half we settled very well and created many chances. It was a good performance with good intensity.

    "It's the same performance against Everton - against Everton we showed 25 times we had shots on goal but today we scored twice. We are in a good moment of form and just continue this way.

    "Morata is our number nine and is important. Today he played a good game with and without the ball, his commitment was great. But I'm happy with the commitment of all my players.

    "This season is different to last season. Last season a lot of times we won games and were a bit lucky - like against West Brom here, Sunderland. This season sometimes we could have more luck.

    "We have great respect for Manchester City because they are doing an extraordinary thing."

  9. Total mix of emotions for Howe

    Bournemouth 3-3 West Ham


    Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe told Sky Sports: It is a total mix of emotions as I felt it was ours at 2-1. I am not quite sure if they thought it was offside, but I am very happy to see it given. The longer the referee and the linesman talked I thought it would not be given, but it is no more than we deserved.

    "I am very pleased with how we played with the goal mouth action and lots of shots and I think we could have scored five or six goals today. When you review the performances of late we have performed well and this is another game we have performed excellently. There are a lot of positive signs from the game."

    Eddie Howe applauds
  10. Two goals is 'miserable' - Mourinho

    Man United 2-2 Burnley

    Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourninho told Match of the Day: "We should have won, yes. I take satisfaction by the way the team played, by the way the team reacted, to try to recover from 2-0 down. The boys they fought against the 2-0 at half-time, so nothing at all negative to say about my players. I praise their spirit, their recation, the way they accept all the risks we took in the second half."

    What went wrong in the first half? "I don't know how they score a goal from a free kick, rebound here, rebound there. Similar goal that we conceeded in other matches and then they defend for 95 minutres, second shot they score again. For us to score two goals we need to play in their half for 45 minutes, with only one defender. The end product of so much dominance, two goals, is a miserable number. Lingard come in and helped the team, Lingard and Mkhitaryan gave us a good dynamic. All the boys accepted the risk to only play with Jones (in defence). All the boys accepted the risk that we took, at least the point is not a defeat and is the mimnimum the boys deserve for such spirit."

    Fixture list a factor in you not winning?: "It was the same for us and the same for them, they are also one of the teams that is punished by the fixtures."

    Going through a sticky spell? "Why? Because we deserve to win matches? Because the opponent went to our goal twice and they score twice? The quality of our play, the risk that we took today and also against Leicester, the team that deserved to win both matches is us."

  11. Can Liverpool keep unbeaten run going?

    Liverpool v Swansea (17:30 GMT)

    It's almost time for kick off in the final Premier League game of the day - Liverpool versus Swansea.

    Head over to our dedicated live coverage of that game here.

  12. Dyche is proud

    Man United 2-2 Burnley


    Burnley manager Sean Dyche told Match of the Day: "A lot of pride in a team that is stretched at the moment. The gameplan is you're going to have to defend and do all of the ugly details of the game well. We scored early, we didn't relax on that, we scored again. Second-half they dominated a lot more. To come out with a point is pleasing. My only frustration is the final decision on Sam Vokes, I don't know what he's (Vokes) supposed to do. I look at their team play and their bench they don't look too vulnerable."

    On Defour's free-kick: "It was fantastic, on another day it wins the game. They're a big side, we took him off to size up a bit. They're a top side so overall you're happy to get a point.

    Tempers frayed at times? "I wasn't frayed, I always look like that. I'm calm. We're trying to move forward and we have moved forward on the pitch with our points tally and off the pitch."

  13. Equalising goal 'disappointing'

    Bournemouth 3-3 West Ham

    Fair play to David Moyes, he's pretty philosophical about his side being denied a victory, although he does think Bournemouth's equaliser should not have been allowed.

    He said: "I don't know why he would not go with his linesman's decision. The offside could be close, the linesman gives it as an offside goal but the worst thing is the Bournemouth player puts it in with the top of his arm so it should be ruled out for that. For both decisions to be ruled out is disappointing."

  14. 'Touch of magic' from Wilson

    Bournemouth 3-3 West Ham


    Callum Wilson after being credited with the controversial equaliser for Bournemouth against West Ham: Sometimes you get those decisions against you. I tried to go in as a striker and follow the ball in and put a little touch on it to our delight but not to West Ham's.

    When asked a touch of what, Wilson responded with a laugh: Magic.

    It was eventful. It seems to be the way against West Ham. It is disappointing not to take three points as we played well until the slip. It was hard to go one down after seven minutes, but we have shown character to get back in the game at 2-1.

    Nathan Ake had handed Bournemouth a 2-1 lead just before the hour mark: We tried to defend and see the game out, but they have come back into the game and it was frustrating. To be fair it was hard to take, but all you can do is keep going. We are happy we have a point, but we wanted to win. It is a really important point and we now need to start picking up points, but it was important not to lose at home.

    Callum Wilson celebrates
  15. Post update

    Bournemouth 3-3 West Ham

    Tony Husband

    Match of the Day commentator

    Incredible finish to the Bournemouth-West Ham game, has the “hand of Callum” just turned Bournemouth's season round?

  16. 'Defeat was harsh' for Leicester

    Watford 2-1 Leicester

    Leicester boss Claude Puel: "It’s a story about free-kicks. Our first half was not bad with some quality and chances. We conceded the goal from the free-kick just before half-time.

    "In the second half it was more difficult. This result is a little harsh. It was not a bad game for us.

    "Unfortunately we cannot come back into the game with two or three chances at the end. It’s a story about free-kicks and we need to correct this."

    On whether Kasper Schmeichel was to blame for his own goal:

    "All the team are responsible for the free-kick. We didn’t concede a lot of chances. It was difficult to defende against this team with long balls and second balls. They’re a physical team.

    "It’s a shame. It was an interesting game."

  17. Goal or not a goal?

    Bournemouth 3-3 West Ham

    Will be very keen to hear how Eddie Howe and David Moyes interpret Bournemouth's late equaliser.

    Callum Wilson was credited with the goal, but he appeared to be offside and to handle the ball. The lineman flagged for the offside, referee Bobby Madeley went to have a word with him and the decision was reversed.

  18. 'We need to be better in possession'

    West Brom 0-0 Everton


    Everton manager Sam Allardyce: "Our football was average in possession, which continues to concern me. We are building blocks in terms of being resilient but we need to be better in possession.

    "We've got another point, another clean sheet and we look forward to our injured and ill players come back so that, certainly in possession, we can get better."

  19. Draw is 'disapointing' - Lingard

    Man United 2-2 Burnley

    Manchester United

    Manchester United's Jesse Lingard scored twice to rescue a point for United and he told the media: "It's disapointing, obviously we created a lot of chances, we should have won the game. We dominated the game so we're disapointed. I'm on form at the moment, it's great being in the team and helping the team get goals.

    On a lack of rest days between matches: "We enjoy playing matches, that's why we play football. The more games the better, we can rotate the squad if needs be."

  20. Post update

    Bournemouth 3-3 West Ham

    David Moyes is NOT happy after seeing his side denied victory by Bournemouth's controversial equaliser, shaking his head as he walks towards the tunnel.

    Can't wait to hear his post-match interview.