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Shamoon Hafez and Tom Rostance

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  1. MOTDx Watchalong

    With the Premier League live on BBC TV for the first time since the league's inception in 1992, we've got you covered.

    MOTDx Watchalong is a new live digital show available on the BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website, bringing together fans from up and down the country to watch the BBC's four Premier League matches and FA Cup games.

    You can join the party for the first time this Saturday at 19:30 BST for Bournemouth v Crystal Palace, with MOTDx and Radio 1 Xtra's Reece Parkinson, BBC Sport's Liam Loftus and some very special celebrity fans.

    They'll be having fun with viewers at home, challenging their guests and reacting to the social media chat - all from the comfort of their own living rooms.

    MOTDx watchalong
  2. Up next?

    Premier League

    Tottenham host London rivals West Ham on Tuesday (kick-off 20:15 BST), while Manchester United welcome Sheffield United to Old Trafford on Wednesday (18:00) in the big battle for fifth place.

  3. Post update

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    Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer when asked about Roy Keane's criticism of goalkeeper David de Gea:

    “Roy was a fantastic midfielder, a good friend of mine. I am not sure he would have stopped it.”

  4. 'Pogba desperate to make up for lost time'

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    Manchester United

    More from Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to BBC Radio 5 live: "Paul Pogba is a fantastic player and is finally fit again. He has had horrific injury hit season and he is desperate to make up for lost time.

    "It is great to see him show his qualities and the contribution he made was big in us getting a penalty. I think he showed how good he is as an all-round midfielder."

    On Pogba and Bruno Fernandes midfield partnership: "It is a definite partnership that we want to build on. They have trained together now they have had half an hour on the pitch together.

    "We want the best players on the pitch of course and want to find a balance in the team."

  5. 'We deserved three points'

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    Manchester United

    Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, speaking to BBC Radio 5 live: "Good performance, disappointed with the one point. I think we deserved more. I think the performance deserved three points.

    "We started off slow, dominated possession yes but too slow then we conceded a sloppy goal - disappointed with that one. We had a bad five minutes after that one but after that I think it was only a matter of time before we got the goal.

    "Hugo Lloris made a fantastic save and we should have had more goals."

  6. 'Paul showed he can play with Bruno'

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    Manchester United

    Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solksjaer talking to Sky Sports:

    "Bit disappointed we didn't win. Football is strange. Last year Spurs absolutely battered us for 40 minutes and today it is the opposite. The performance is the pleasing thing.

    "First 25 minutes we were very slow. Paul Pogba is one of the best players in the world and it is great to have him back. He is delighted to be back, he has had a 10 month injury nightmare.

    "I am sure everyone can see he has great hunger for the game. It is a different team to the one he left when injured. We are a club that want the best players in the world playing together.

    "Paul showed he can play with Bruno."

  7. 'A strange penalty'

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    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho, speaking to BBC Radio 5 live: "That is what it is.

    "I think difficult to find the word, I have to try to find a nice word - a strange penalty because the team was so compact, so well organised.

    "The players did fantastic work defensively - they had two dangerous shots that Hugo Lloris saved and nothing else. Everything else was under control. For 70 minutes, when we had the energy, we were strong with the ball and we knew what we wanted to do. I have to admit for the last 15 minutes I would love to have had Lucas Moura here, Dele Alli here. The last 15 minutes were difficult for us.

    "Lucas and Dele are players we need and we could feel that today. when you look to their bench and then to ours the difference in attacking options. Hopefully they will be back for West Ham because in this moment it is very, very important to change players.

    On the penalty for Manchester United: "Paul Pogba did his job. That is it. I think Jonathan Moss was also trying to do his job the best he could. I think the VAR is a different situation."

    On the game being played without fans: "I think I prepared myself well so I have to admit that during the game I was not thinking anything strange. Before and after yes but during the game I managed to focus and I think the players with the way they played and their concentration, I think they managed to do the same."

  8. 'I had no bench to react to'

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    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho talking to Sky Sports:

    "Happy with things and unhappy with others. What did I like? I liked the team attitude, organisation, control, being solid. Giving to United what they don't like.

    "Unhappy with the fact that the way I was reading the game I had no bench to react to it. When they became more dominant we were tired up front and could not press.

    "It was hard to manage the game. I am not happy with the penalty and not happy with the second penalty. I am unhappy with the VAR, not the referee on the first, the referee can make a mistake but VAR is there to do the job.

    "In the second I am unhappy with Jon Moss because he did not give the free kick leading up to it and then gave a no penalty. In this case the VAR gave the truth."

  9. Top of the spots

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    Since the start of last season, Manchester United have both taken (23) and scored (16) more penalties than any other Premier League side.

  10. 'It will come to a head'

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    Mark Schwarzer

    Former Fulham keeper on BBC Radio 5 Live

    David de Gea

    Over the last 18 months David de Gea has made a considerable amount of mistakes and that's not expected from a keeper at that level. The demand for success is so high, and his standards haven't been at that level for some time.

    For a top, world class keeper, the maximum mistakes that lead to a goal shouldn't be more than two a season and he's clearly made more than that.

    Some players do refind their form and that often happens when you move clubs. It will come to a head, when you've got Dean Henderson playing so well at Sheffield United and he's made it clear he won't sit on the bench.

    Manchester United are going to make a decision, is Henderson good enough to take the number one shirt at United?

    He has the potential.

  11. 'It is different with no public'

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    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham forward Steven Bergwijn talking to Sky Sports:

    "We had a good first half, but we let them have too much pressure in the second half.

    "It is different with no public. There are millions of people watching the game though."

  12. 'Roy's heart is in the right place'

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    Jonathan Greening

    Former Manchester United midfielder on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Roy Keane wears his heart on his sleeve and he is passionate about United. There is frustration in there. He wants them to do well. He was frustrated with the goal which was bad defending, Harry Maguire was beaten too easily and the keeper made a bad rick.

    Roy Keane has a winning mentality, I've been in the dressing room with him, even in training he goes off his head. He demands high standards.

    You're at one of the biggest clubs in the world so you have to take that on the chin. I remember in training when Roy Keane took a young lad out with a two footed tackle becase he nutmegged him. He wants to win every game he plays. Sometimes he speaks before he thinks but his heart is in the right place.

  13. 'We did very well'

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    Manchester United

    Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes talking to Sky Sports: "We did very well. It was a difficult game. They scored on the counter but we were in the game. We had a lot of chances.

    "We want to win every game bit a good result. After a long stop, we did very well.

    "When we train in groups, I trained with Paul Pogba. I found a good connection with everyone though. Paul won the penalty and I kicked it.

    "We need to look at the Champions League. At the end I kicked the ball and then found his foot. The VAR is here to help, if it says no penalty we have to accept."

  14. Premier League on the BBC

    Bournemouth v Crystal Palace (Sat 20 June, 19:45 BST)

    Top-flight football is LIVE on the BBC tomorrow night.

    For the first time since the Premier League's inception in 1992, you'll be able to watch four league matches across BBC One and BBC Two.

    The Match of the Day team will be live at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday for Bournemouth v Crystal Palace on BBC One from 19:15 BST.

    A full rundown of every TV channel you need for the remaining fixtures - including which games are free-to-air - can be found here.

    Think of it like the Christmas edition of the Radio Times - comprehensive.

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    Video caption: Fans React: The Premier League is back
  15. Not so special anymore

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    Jose Mourinho has won none of his last six matches against his former clubs in all competitions (D2 L4).

    The Portuguese has taken just one point from four Premier League matches against Chelsea and Manchester United this season (D1 L3).

  16. 'Both sides will be disappointed'

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    Mark Schwarzer

    Former Fulham keeper on BBC Radio 5 Live

    A draw is the right result. Manchester United were more positive and tried to create things while Tottenham defended really well and made it difficult. They were dangerous on the counter.

    Both sides will be disappointed.

  17. Post update

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    Fist and elbow bumps all round.

  18. FULL-TIME

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    A point apiece.

    Steven Bergwijn's opener cancelled out by Bruno Fernandes' late penalty.

  19. 'A big chance'

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    Mark Schwarzer

    Former Fulham keeper on BBC Radio 5 Live

    A big chance again! Mason Greenwood backed up Ben Davies to open up space and he did the right thing, went across goal and just put too much on it.

  20. CLOSE!

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    The teenager almost wins it for United.

    Odion Ighalo finds Mason Greenwood, who does a stepover to beat Ben Davies, but then drags his low shot just wide of the far post.