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Chelsea 1-1 Man City, Man Utd 3-1 Leicester, Liverpool 2-0 West Ham - Premier League LIVE
Follow all the Premier League action as it happens with Goal's LIVE matchday blog - and join the debate by getting in touch on Facebook and Twitter.

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20:00 GMT

Thank you very much for following throughout the day, but that's it from here. We'll be back at 10:00 GMT on Sunday for all the reaction from today's games and build-up to Arsenal v Aston Villa and Southampton v Swansea. Be sure to join us for that. Until then, cheerio!
19:56 GMT

He told Sky Sports: "I enjoyed it. I didn't know what was the best outcome of it. I have to give my best when I come out on the pitch and try to do as well as I can but I was delighted with the reception from both fans actually.

"The Man City fans have been brilliant for me up there and Chelsea fans, quite rightly, they get behind their team and they showed complete class at the end by giving me an ovation. I'm pleased with that moment because I didn't get that at the back end of last year. I can leave here thankful for that."
19:53 GMT

QPR. Away games: 11. Away defeats: 11. Enough said.
19:49 GMT

Honourable mention to Daniel Sturridge for his goalscoring return, but this one goes to Jon Walters. The striker scored all three of Stoke's goals against QPR. And it wasn't just any old hat-trick - oh no - it was a PERFECT hat-trick; header, left foot, right foot. Bravo, Jonboy, bravo.
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