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And that, my friends, is that for today. Fear not, though, for tomorrow is transfer deadline day and we'll be back at 07:00 BST to bring you all the drama, developments and done deals as they happen over the course of a mammoth 19-hour LIVE extravaganza. And you wouldn't want to miss that. Cheerio and see you tomorrow!
Before we bid you farewell, a look at tonight's action in La Liga. Barcelona beat Villarreal 1-0 thanks to a goal from Sandro Ramirez in the 82nd minute, while Real Madrid are just about to kick off against Real Sociedad. They're without Cristiano Ronaldo...
LIVE: Sociedad v Real Madrid | Villarreal 0-1 Barcelona
Muhamed Besic made his Everton debut. He wanted to make a good first impression. There's big expectation on him after showing off some fancy flicks in pre-season. So, a minute after coming on as a substitutue, he tries another flick - only to backheel the ball straight to the opposition. That's not all, though - John Obi Mikel, of all people, showed him how it's done with a backheel of his own to set up the goal that made it Everton 3-6 Chelsea. What a crazy moment...
And in case you missed it earlier, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has revealed Mario Balotelli has never defended a corner! He said: "It’s the first time ever he’s marked at a corner. I’m being serious - an international player. We were working on corners in training and he said ‘I’ve not marked at a corner before’. I said ‘you do now’. You need to treat him as an adult."
They narrowly beat Southampton on the opening day and fell to a 3-0 defeat to Manchester City on Monday, but Goal's Greg Stobart was impressed with Liverpool at White Hart Lane today and says the performances of Mario Balotelli and Raheem Sterling proved there IS life after Luis Suarez.
Duo show there is life after Suarez for Liverpool
He said after suffering his first defeat as Spurs boss: "It's a very disappointing result and two key moments at the start of each half cost us. After we went 1-0 down, we stayed in the game and created chances, but in football you need luck at key moments and it was difficult."
Pochettino: Slow start cost us
The focus before the game was all on Mario Balotelli, but the spotlight after is very much on Raheem Sterling. He opened the scoring in the 3-0 win and so nearly scored an incredible goal in the second half after a Messi-esque run - it really was! - inside the penalty area. Spurs had one big chance in the first half through Nacer Chadli but rarely threatened the Liverpool goal.
Player Ratings: Tottenham 0-3 Liverpool
Here he is. Neymar, no pun intended, is BACK! He's on for Munir El Haddadi on the hour-mark but Barcelona are still goalless against Villarreal. Some terrific defending from ex-Tottenham target Mateo Musacchio is keeping the hosts in the game. You can follow LIVE play-by-play coverage of the game below.
LIVE: Villarreal 0-0 Barcelona
With a striker much-needed at the Emirates Stadium, a reminder that Goal understands the club are lining up a move for Sevilla's Carlos Bacca. The Colombian scored 14 goals in 35 Liga games last season and is available for £12.5 million. Tick, tock, tick, tock...
Bacca wanted by Arsenal
After yet another struggle in front of goal for Yaya Sanogo today, Goal's Peter Staunton writes that Arsene Wenger MUST sign a striker on deadline day. Mr Staunton says: "Arsenal have a little over 24 hours to move in the transfer market. Giroud is out until the next one opens. It would be negligent for Wenger to move into the crucial autumn months with Sanogo as his first-choice striker."
Why Wenger must sign a striker
No Mario Balotelli, no problem. New man Fernando Torres did not play, but the Pippo Inzaghi reign at AC Milan begins with a 3-1 win over Lazio after goals from Keisuke Honda, Sulley Muntari and Jeremy Menez. Report and the rest of the day's Serie A results below.
Match Report: AC Milan 3-1 Lazio | Serie A results
You'll be glad to hear, Arsenal fans, that we'll be here from 07:00 BST to bring you all the latest developments on deadline day. From early in the morning, through the deadline at 23:00, and all the way to 02:00 in the small hours of Tuesday morning, we'll have it all over in our transfer blog. Happy, or potentially sad, days.
Deadline day: Don't miss it!
@goaluk. If Arsene Wenger doesn't bring in a striker b4 1am on Monday, I'll quit being an Arsenal fan— Gbenga tubosun (@Tubosun09) August 31, 2014
More from Arsene Wenger: "I don't want to promise you what I am not sure to hold. I work long enough in England to know that I don't like to promise what 100 per cent doesn't depend on me."
Interest in Carlos Bacca: "Look, I can give you my phone and in the next 24 hours you will see you get plenty of people offered from all over the world."
New striker signing: "I don't know, because it doesn't depend on me."
Barcelona are back in league action this evening as they travel to Villarreal. It's 38 minutes in and still goalless. Can Lionel Messi build on his two goals against Elche last week? Find out by following our LIVE play-by-play commentary.
LIVE: Villarreal 0-0 Barcelona
As for previous interest in Loic Remy, who signed for Chelsea today, Arsene Wenger was the very definition of #COY: "I do not want to speak about individual cases. We are very active."
More from the Gunners boss on transfers: "The pressure to buy is always there - no matter if Olivier Giroud is injured or not - every time you don't win a game, and we have to live with that. We try our best, everybody works very hard at the club to do well. We just came out of two weeks [which were] very difficult, nervously and physically. Yes we are disappointed not to get the three points. Let’s not all put that down to only missing a striker. Football is a bit more complicated than that."
“We are very active,” Arsene Wenger tells Sky Sports with a day of the transfer window remaining. However, he does add that it is not easy to find new strikers and says their late business will not be a reaction to failing to win today. He said: “It’s finding the personnel. We are open. We will work on it but let’s not fool ourselves.”
101 - Aaron Ramsey completed 101 passes against Leicester, the second most in a Premier League game this season (Capoue, 110 v QPR). Busy.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) August 31, 2014