Premier League

Sunday, 14 September 2014

Saturday, 13 September 2014

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The Reds began their defeat to Aston Villa with Mario Balotelli, Lazar Markovic and Adam Lallana as their attacking triumvirate but lacked fluency and paid the price

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Paul Lambert's side again played the role of unwelcome guests against Liverpool, with the striker sealing a 1-0 win, and the defender was delighted with the display

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The Argentine goalkeeper produced a superb stop from Scott Arfield's spot-kick to ensure his side escaped the clash with newly-promoted Burnley with a point

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The Potters were frustrated by Leicester City at the Britannia Stadium and slumped to a surprise defeat, having beaten champions Manchester City last time out

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Paul Lambert's side continued their unbeaten start to the season after international week with a disciplined Anfield performance but it's a second defeat for Liverpool this season

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The striker struck early in the first-half to give his side the lead and the Reds could not hit back, with Paul Lambert's side turning in a brilliant defensive performance

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The Brazil-born Spaniard hit a brilliant hat-trick as Chelsea defeated Swansea 4-2 at Stamford Bridge but his manager has moved to play down expectations surrounding the star

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The Swans' boss believes that his side can take plenty of positives despite defeat at Stamford Bridge, but feels the visitors should have taken a deserved half-time lead

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The Scot was left disappointed as two costly errors from Jonas Olsson and Ben Foster resulted in defeat against his former employers

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The Newcastle United manager has stated that he will not turn his back on the club after heavy defeat on the South Coast, and says next weekend is business as usual

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The Clarets' striker was withdrawn during the 0-0 draw against Crystal Palace after contracting the injury, with his manager calm over talk of a lengthy lay-off

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The Spurs boss was left deflated after sharing the spoils with Sunderland, and believes that his side were unlucky not to take all three points from Gus Poyet's side

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The Spanish striker scored a hat-trick against Swansea to take him to seven goals in four Premier League games and cement the Blues' status as favourites for this season's title

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The Eagles' stopper produced a fine save from Scott Arfield's penalty to preserve a share of the points at Selhurst Park in an dogged affair of little chances for either side

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It was a point a piece for the two sides as Scott Arfield failed to convert from the spot, with Julian Speroni saving superbly to deny the Clarets their first win of the season

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The pressure mounts on Alan Pardew as the Magpies fall to a four goal humbling at St Mary's after a Graziano Pellè brace as well as strikes from Jack Cork and Morgan Schneiderlin.

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A second-half reprieve from the Foxes saw them grab their first win of the campaign, with Leonardo Ulloa's third goal in four games against a luckless Potters side

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An early error from Jonas Olsson allowed Romelu Lukaku the chance to score against his former club and the hosts let themselves down again as Ben Foster let a second slip in