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Live Reporting

Emlyn Begley

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodnight

    You don't need me now that Match of the Day is on so I will sign off. Thanks for joining us today.

    Read about Gareth Bale returning to Spurs here.

    Four more staggered games tomorrow - including one live on BBC TV. See you then.

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    Hey Match of the Day is starting.

    Watch here or on BBC One on a TV.

  3. 'They need to explain the rules to us again'

    Arsenal 2-1 West Ham

    West Ham United

    West Ham boss David Moyes says the handball rule needs to be explained better.

    Gabriel was not penalised when the ball hit his outstretched arm, although it hit his sleeve rather than his lower arm.

    "I think it was a penalty," he told BBC Sport. "If it wasn't they need to explain the rules to us again. We’re all unsure.

    "You don’t know either [he said to the interviewer]. He should have headed it, because he missed it, it hit his arm. He should have been punished for that.

    "I think the goals could have been chalked off for offside."

    Moyes felt they deserved better...

    "We asked for a better performance and we got it. Everyone who watched that would ask how West Ham didn't get the three points. The answer is we turned off. We missed a few chances. We don’t deserve to lose this."

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    Arsenal 2-1 West Ham

    Since the start of last season, only Manchester City (nine) have scored more Premier League goals via substitutes than Arsenal (eight).

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    Arteta told Sky that "a few months ago we would have drawn or lost that game".

  6. 'We made it difficult'

    Arsenal 2-1 West Ham


    Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta to BBC Sport: “I’m thrilled with the three points. I said before the game how difficult it would be with the way they play.

    "We made it even more difficult in the first 15 minutes with the amount of balls we gave away and the open spaces we gave them to run into. I’m glad we found the right moment and kept competing and believing, with good momentum in the last 25 minutes.

    “We created many other situations. But we gave too many opportunities to the opponent in the final third. There are still a lot of things we need to get better at.

    “Eddie can do that every week. He’s hungry and has a great quality to score goals.”

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    Arsenal 2-1 West Ham

    Arsenal scored with two of their three shots on target.

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    BBC One

    Match of the Day is back tonight from 22:20 BST for all the highlights. Don't miss it.

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    Arsenal 2-1 West Ham

    Arsenal have won both of their opening two Premier League matches in consecutive seasons for the second time - after 2003-04 and 2004-05.

  10. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Daniel Cheng: Good win here but we really need to dominate these games more and put it to bed early

    Craig Smith: I feel like last year we would lost this. Again Gabriel my MOTM. Really makes the difference having a solid centre half. Excited by the prospect of him, Tierney and Saliba at the back going forward.

    Josh Verrills: It’s no wonder players like Anderson and Haller get frustrated playing for a team like West Ham when they only ever get given five minute cameo appearances each PL game as Moyes refuses to make any substitution before the 80th minute each game

  11. 'It's all love now'

    Arsenal 2-1 West Ham


    Arsenal matchwinner Eddie Nketiah to Sky Sports: "Almost [the first touch]. The second maybe. It's nice to get on and help the team win."

    On his clash with Ceballos last week...

    "We had a bit of a coming together. The reaction was there. We made up an got on with it. It was nice for him to make the assist. It's all love now.

    "It was a great pass across, good vision. I tried to stay onside. It was an easy finish from there.

    "I want to keep improving as a player. It's a great feeling to come on and score.

    "West Ham made it very difficult. They came out very strongly in the second half."

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    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    SMS Message: Cellabos and Nketiah fighting last week and making the leading goal this week. Hopefully the argument came from a desire to be on the pitch and make a difference. Seem to work. from Sam

    Arsenal 2-1 West Ham

    It's all over. West Ham are unlucky to lose this one but credit to Arsenal for grinding out a win there.

    Eddie Nketiah scores
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    Arsenal 2-1 West Ham

    Eddie Nketiah tries to find Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang but it runs through to the keeper.

    You can hear Mikel Arteta shout 'Eddie, Eddie, Eddie' - I suspect he wanted that ball kept in the corner.

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    Arsenal 2-1 West Ham

    West Ham are pushing everyone bar the keeper forward as they look for an equaliser.

    Brilliant brave defending by Arsenal's Dani Ceballos to stop Sebastien Haller getting a shot away.


    Arsenal 2-1 West Ham

    West Ham make a final change as Arthur Masuaku is replaced by Felipe Anderson.


    Arsenal 2-1 West Ham

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has a rare chance as his shot is held by the West Ham keeper.

    Four minutes added on.

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    Arsenal 2-1 West Ham

    Arsenal have scored six Premier League goals through substitutes in 2020, more than any other team in the division.

  19. 'Saka quality creates goals'

    Arsenal 2-1 West Ham

    Sam Parkin

    Former Swindon forward on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Bukayo Saka isn't the one playing the final pass for either goal, he isn't the one scoring the goals, but he is the one who has breached West Ham with his quality on the ball.