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By Steve Sutcliffe

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  1. Goodbye

    Jurgen Klopp

    Right that's me done and dusted.

    Thanks for joining me but if you've not quite had your football fix yet here's a few pointers to fill the rest of your morning:

    Bet this chap is smiling this morning. See you all soon.

  2. Liverpool leave it late - again

    Wolves - the scourge of the top six, Spurs' travel sickness continues, Liverpool leave it late - again and Tammy (joint) top of the charts.

    Whatever could I be talking about? The best Premier League statistics from the weekend of course and you can read more about those here.

  3. Quiz: Can you name players to score for Arsenal & Chelsea?

    David Luiz

    I'm nearly done for this morning but before I get going who fancies testing their Arsenal and Chelsea knowledge?

    Can you name players to score for Arsenal & Chelsea in Premier League?

    Try our quiz here.

  4. Barcelona beat Sevilla but finish with nine men

    Barcelona 4-0 Sevilla

    Luis Suarez

    Luis Suarez scored a sublime overhead kick as champions Barcelona climbed to second in La Liga with a convincing win over Sevilla at the Nou Camp despite finishing with just nine players on the pitch.

    Ernesto Valverde's side swept Julen Lopetegui's visitors away with three goals in eight first-half minutes.

    Suarez opened the scoring with an acrobatic finish after 27 minutes, before Arturo Vidal and Ousmane Dembele put the hosts in complete control.

    Lionel Messi completed the scoring with a delightful free-kick late on for the hosts who had 20-year-old debutant Ronald Araujo and Ousmane Dembele sent off in the closing stages.

  5. Post update

    Some great numbers for Trent Alexander-Arnold but it's all downhill from here...

    Only joking Trent.

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  6. Watch: Koubek's howler

    Even Arsene Wenger wouldn't miss this one though would he Harry (See 10:37 post)

    I don't even know where to start with this howler from Augsburg goalkeeper Tomas Koubek during his team's 5-1 defeat to Borussia Monchengladbach.

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  7. Late Higuain winner sends Juve top

    Inter Milan 1-2 Juventus

    Gonzalo Higuain

    Over in Italy, substitute Gonzalo Higuain scored a late winner as champions Juventus ended Inter Milan's perfect league start to move top of Serie A.

    Higuain struck powerfully past Samir Handanovic with 10 minutes remaining to send Maurizio Sarri's side one point above their opponents at the San Siro.

    Juventus had led after just four minutes through Paulo Dybala.

    But Inter levelled 14 minutes later as Lautaro Martinez converted a penalty after a handball by Matthijs de Ligt.

    The full report on that one is here.

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    Which Premier League manager would you like to take over in your workplace?

    Bob: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer because I would still get paid when I don’t turn up.

    Harry: Arsene Wenger, you do anything wrong he’ll just say ‘I didn’t see it'.

  9. A bad weekend to be champions - top tweets

    BBC Three

    Tweet of Longstaff's

    Loving this from my colleagues over at BBC Three.

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    Alex: I am a Liverpool fan and the only time I will get carried away is when we have mathematically won the title! Got to take each game one game at a time. Win dirty or win clean it all count.

  11. Managers under pressure?

    Mauricio Pochettino and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

    These statistics make for grim reading for Mauricio Pochettino and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer:

    • Tottenham Hotspur have won just 22 points from their last 20 Premier League games; their lowest points tally over a 20-game spell in the competition since August 31st 2008 - January 18th 2009
    • Since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed permanently on March 28th, Manchester United have won just 17 points in 16 Premier League matches (W4 D5 L7), the fourth-worst tally among the 17 ever-present teams in that time.
  12. Did you miss MOTD2?

    BBC Match of the Day 2 studio

    Did you miss Match of the Day 2 last night? There's plenty to catch up on and September's goal of the month.

    It's on BBC iPlayer now so you know what to do.

  13. Salah fit for Old Trafford?

    Liverpool 2-1 Leicester City

    Mohamed Salah

    So recapping, it has been a pretty good weekend for Liverpool.

    And while Mohamed Salah's twisted ankle in Saturday's late 2-1 victory over Leicester was a concern it sounds as though all is going to be well for the Egyptian.

    Our friends over at the Press Association are reporting that the 27-year-old underwent scans over the weekend and that Salah has escaped serious injury.

    So all being well that means the forward should be fit for the trip to play Man Utd at Old Trafford on Sunday, October 20 - although no word from the Reds yet on that.

  14. The many faces of Diego Costa

    Nice.

    Somewhere between five and six possibly. Well when watching football anyway.

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    Mauricio Pochettino for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would be an interesting swap.

    Tottenham reached the Champions League final last time but it's probably worth pointing out that they scraped through their group largely by scoring a late equaliser against a Barcelona reserve team in their final group game.

    Oh and they also lost 20 matches last term. Anyway enough of that.

    I'm more interested in knowing which Premier League manager you would pick to take control of your workplace and why? Someone not adverse to a doing a brew run every so often would be high on my list.

  16. Pochettino 'doesn't fear sack'

    Brighton 3-0 Tottenham

    Mauricio Pochettino

    Speaking of Mauricio Pochettino, the Tottenham manager is hardly pulling up trees this season.

    Spurs lost 3-0 at Brighton on Saturday to compound a miserable week that also saw them thrashed 7-2 by Bayern Munich in the Champions League.

    The club were also knocked out of the Carabao Cup on penalties by League Two Colchester last month.

    When asked if he feared for his job, Pochettino said: "No I am not worried, what worries me is life, not football."

  17. Watch: United going through 'difficult period'

    Newcastle 1-0 Man Utd

    Man Utd manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer say the clubs are going through a "difficult period" after their 1-0 loss at Newcastle, but that their next fixture against Liverpool will be the "perfect game".

    Yikes.

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  18. Odds cut on Solskjaer to be sacked

    According to The Sun bookmakers have cut the odds on Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to be sacked after Sunday's defeat by Newcastle.Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has been backed to take over.

    It's all in the gossip.

  19. Watch: Witsel nets stunning volley in Dortmund draw

    Now in case you haven't been keeping in touch with the Bundesliga this is well worth a watch.

    It's pretty special stuff from Axel Witsel.

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    Video caption: SC Freiburg 2-2 Borussia Dortmund: Axel Witsel nets stunning volley in Dortmund draw