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Don't worry, we've not neglected our transfer window duties. With a little over 36 hours to go until the deadline, Shinji Kagawa is leaving Manchester United, Petr Cech could be on the move and - SHOCKER! - Arsenal are attempting to hijack Chelsea's bid for Loic Remy. All the latest below with Tom J Doyle.
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He told MUTV after a third Premier League game without a win: "We played much better in the second half and created more chances. But you have to score from those chances, and we didn’t do that. It’s a disappointing result... The pressure is higher and you have to cope with that. I could see in the first half that the players were very nervous to play the ball."
Van Gaal bemoans poor finishing
Appearances: 445. Goals: 217. Wayne Rooney, you'd imagine, will go down as an all-time Manchester United great. He sits third on the club's record goalscorer list, has won the Premier League five times and tasted Champions League success. But with that has come controversies - and plenty of them. So where does he stand among the club's legends? Richard Jolly takes a look...
Where does Rooney stand among Man Utd greats?
Happier times back in 2004 for Manchester United, but they continue to struggle on the pitch 10 years on. British record signing Angel Di Maria made a promising start in yesterday's 0-0 draw with Burnley but was forced off in the second half with a minor calf injury. With the arrival of Daley Blind imminent, that's now over £200 million spent on new players in the last year. Would Fergie have allowed this?!
Ratings: Burnley 0-0 Man Utd | What can Man Utd expect from Blind?
It's not all good for Mario Balotelli, though - he's been left out of the first Italy squad named by new coach Antonio Conte. The 2006 World Cup winners take on Netherlands in a friendly before facing Norway in a Euro 2016 qualifier. His absence could, however, be explained by the fact that he is suspended for the Norway game...
Conte leaves Balotelli out of Italy squad
Angel Di Maria yesterday, Mario Balotelli today. You’re spoiling us, Premier League! Brendan Rodgers was adamant earlier this month that Super Mario would not be heading to Liverpool. Four weeks later, it’s a done deal. Funny old game, eh? The enigmatic Italian admits it was a mistake to leave English football a little over 18 months ago but is back and in the squad to face Tottenham today. Exciting times.
Hello there and welcome back to the LIVE matchday blog. Saturday, my good friend, you did us proud yesterday. Debuts, goals, drama, thrills, spills - it had the lot. Angel Di Maria made his first Manchester United appearance, Manchester City were stunned at home by Stoke and Everton and Chelsea shared a quite frankly ridiculous nine goals at Goodison Park. Top THAT, Sunday...
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!
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.”
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.”
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.
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!
Tengo que desmentir una noticia sobre un tweet que no he hecho y que es un foto montaje.— Radamel Falcao (@FALCAO) August 30, 2014
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.”
4 - Fernando Torres took 39 games to score four PL goals for Chelsea; Diego Costa has reached that total in three matches. Alternative.— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) August 30, 2014
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.”
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