Premier League

Sunday, 28 September 2014

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The Belgium international coolly slotted home in the first half to give Tottenham a 1-0 lead over Arsenal at the Emirates and hailed the feeling of scoring in such a big game

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The central defender stunned Anfield with a brilliant late volley to rescue a point for his side in the Merseyside derby and was hailed by his manager following his heroics

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The playmaker is set to be the subject of a bid from his former club in January, while Martin Demichelis will discuss terms over a new Manchester City contract

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The Magpies manager is under significant pressure at St James' Park and the Potters will hope to take advantage of the uncertainty surrounding the 53-year-old

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The 23-year-old midfielder came off the bench to score against Nottingham Forest in midweek and was rewarded with a start in the north London derby by Mauricio Pochettino

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The Villains were soundly beaten by the Blues at Stamford Bridge, having been defeated by Arsenal in their prior fixture, but the 45-year-old was pleased with his side's display

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The Dutchman bagged his 50th goal for the club in Saturday's win over the Hammers and hailed the victory afterwards, claiming it was vital for the Red Devils' morale and confidence

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The Liga side have refused to discuss the possibility of the 29-year-old returning to Old Trafford next summer, while the player is not willing to give up Champions League football

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The 36-year-old has scored four goals in three games for Manchester City - could Jose Mourinho have done with keeping the midfielder as a rotation option at Stamford Bridge?

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The Chelsea striker scored a fine header and led the line for example on Saturday as Jose Mourinho's side cemented their status as title favourites with a win over Aston Villa

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The Liverpool captain scored for the Reds in their 1-1 draw with Everton on Saturday, so Goal has taken a look at his 10 best strikes for the club against the Toffees

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The Welshman, Mikel Arteta and Jack Wilshere all came off injured in the Gunners' 1-1 draw with Tottenham leaving his manager disappointed

Saturday, 27 September 2014

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The Arsenal manager had a problem with Tottenham's defensive style as their north London rivals held the Gunners to a 1-1 draw at the Emirates

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Saints maintained their excellent start to the season by beating QPR 2-1 at St Mary's and their manager was delighted with the spirit shown to grind out three points

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The now-Chelsea forward was on the brink of a move to Anfield this summer before the Reds pulled the plug on a deal, citing a failed medical as the reason

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The Gunners dominated possession in the north London derby, though were forced to settle for a point against Tottenham and failed to convert their territory into goals

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The France international headed into his own net before bringing down Abel Hernandez as Manchester City suffered a scare against Hull City before triumphing 4-2

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The Frenchman believes his Gunners side did well to create as much as they did against opponents content to sit deep and play on the counter-attack

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An entertaining north London derby saw the Gunners came back from a goal behind to claim a point, though were unlucky not to pick up all three as Spurs clung on

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The 21-year-old hammered the ball past Hugo Lloris on 74 minutes to earn a deserved draw for the Gunners, who lost both Mikel Arteta and Aaron Ramsey to injury