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Everton 3-6 Chelsea, Man City 0-1 Stoke, Burnley 0-0 Man Utd - Premier League LIVE
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20:00 BST

30/08/2014

CHEERIO!

And that, my friends, is that. Thank you very much for following on a day that saw Angel Di Maria make his Manchester United debut, Stoke shock Manchester City at the Etihad and Everton play out a nine-goal classic with Chelsea. We'll be back right here from 10:00 BST on Sunday for all the reaction and build-up to tomorrow's action. But it's bye for now!
 

19:57 BST

30/08/2014

19:54 BST

30/08/2014

IS REMY MEDICAL A CONCERN?

More from Mourinho: “I have one fantastic doctor and we trust him completely. They will try to identify clearly what the situation is but the information we have from specialists is that he doesn’t have a problem to play football.”

19:52 BST

30/08/2014

REMY SET FOR CHELSEA

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho to Sky Sports: “Today I told my people in the club I want no news until the end of the game. I know absolutely nothing. I know we are trying since yesterday since Nando left that we are trying to get Remy. Now it is time so make some calls and have news.”
 

19:48 BST

30/08/2014

PREMIER LEAGUE TABLE

Three games, three wins. Perfect start to the season for Chelsea. They have a goal difference of plus seven and leapfrog Swansea to retain top spot. Everton, in 16th, are still without a win after the same number of games and have conceded a whopping 10 goals already this season. Ouch.

19:44 BST

30/08/2014

FALCAO TWITTER UPDATE

Interesting. Radamel Falcao tweeted earlier that it was a "dream come true #HALAMADRID" to be joining Real Madrid. One minute later, the tweet is gone. DUN, DUN, DUN! According to the man himself, the tweet is a fake. But it came from YOUR account, Radamel, YOUR account!

19:38 BST

30/08/2014

VIEW FROM GOODISON PARK: PART TWO

Peter Staunton reports: “There were goals from first minute to last and Jose Mourinho's Plan A of shutting up shop failed him totally. Instead, he was content to watch his team score one goal after another to hold Everton off, who have now conceded 10 in three Premier League outings. Work to do for Martinez and his defenders. Chelsea, well they'd take winning 6-3 every week such is the strength in the line-up.”

19:35 BST

30/08/2014

STAT ATTACK

Oh, Fernando...

19:32 BST

30/08/2014

VIEW FROM GOODISON PARK

Peter Staunton reports: “Where to begin with that? It's been a long time since a game rocked from start to finish like that in the Premier League. This was a rollercoaster and totally unpredictable from the minute Diego Costa got the ball rolling within 40 seconds. One thing for sure, however, was that Chelsea were always capable of holding Everton at bay despite the hosts' best efforts.”

19:29 BST

30/08/2014

PLAYER RATINGS

That, ladies and gentlemen, was a quite frankly ridiculous game of association football. Not just the goals. I mean, we saw Roberto Martinez nearly explode on the touchline after just three minutes... Tim Howard tried to have a scrap with Diego Costa... and Muhamed Besic had a first touch that he will probably want to forget, but that we'll remember forever. Ratings below.

Player Ratings: Everton 3-6 Chelsea

19:26 BST

30/08/2014

STAT ATTACK

#MartinezOut

19:24 BST

30/08/2014

FULL-TIME - EVERTON 3-6 CHELSEA!

19:22 BST

30/08/2014

ADDED TIME

"We want seven! We want seven!" chant the Chelsea fans. We're into the fourth of five minutes added on. Burnley draw with Manchester United, Manchester City lose to Stoke and we have NINE goals at Goodison Park. What a bizarre day.

19:20 BST

30/08/2014

STAT ATTACK

19:18 BST

30/08/2014

EVERTON 3-6 CHELSEA - COSTA GOAL

This has turned into a Fifa game. Muhamed Besic, only just on, takes the worst first touch in the history of association football to gift Chelsea a sixth goal on his Everton debut. John Obi Mikel capitalises and lays the ball off for Diego Costa to add the game's ninth goal. Crazy scenes. It's 6-3!

19:17 BST

30/08/2014

GOAL! Everton 3 Chelsea 6 (Costa)

19:15 BST

30/08/2014

SUBSTITUTIONS

Off goes Cesc Fabregas for Chelsea, on comes Didier Drogba. Everton make a change, too - it's Muhamed Besic on for Romelu Lukaku.

19:12 BST

30/08/2014

EVERTON 3-5 CHELSEA - GOALS GALORE

Eight goals, eight different goalscorers. What a crazy game at Goodison Park. These teams had two of the best defensive records in the Premier League last season. What's happened?!

19:09 BST

30/08/2014

STAT ATTACK

19:07 BST

30/08/2014

EVERTON 3-5 CHELSEA - RAMIRES GOAL

ANOTHER goal! These teams know my fantasy team is packed with their defenders, don’t they? This is just silly. It’s a lovely one-two from Ramires and Nemanja Matic as the Brazilian stabs one home to make it 5-3 (FIVE-THREE). This has been quite frankly unbelievable.