Premier League

Sunday, 19 October 2014

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Steven Caulker turned Raheem Sterling's attempted centre into his own net in the dying seconds to ensure the Reds triumphed in a game with three injury-time goals

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Two Eduardo Vargas goals cancelled out late strikes from the Reds, before Steven Caulker netted a bizarre late own goal to hand the away side all three points

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The Ecuadorian scored his second goal of the season in Saturday's 3-1 win over Burnley while his prolific strike partner netted his sixth in as many starts

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The Serbian winger scored one goal and assisted two more as Southampton romped to an 8-0 win at St Mary's Stadium on Saturday, continuing their impressive form

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Harry Redknapp's side are looking to claw themselves off the bottom of the table and face a Reds side which is struggling to find any consistency so far this season

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With nearly £70 million of talent on display it was always going to be a thrilling finale, but who came out on top when two Old Trafford heroes battled it out?

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The 19-year-old had garnered interest from a number of high-profile clubs after an impressive 2014 for Liverpool and England, but the Italian has no plans to sign him

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The winger left Crystal Palace last year but struggled to make an impact at Old Trafford and his current manager feels possible reduced coaching has adversely affected the player

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The Brazilian netted a sublime free kick to give his team the lead early on and dropped deep to dominate the game before laying on a superb winning goal for Cesc Fabregas

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The Barcelona legend could join the Premier League champions on loan as part of a move to New York City FC, while the pressure mounts on Franco Baldini at Tottenham

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Roy Hodgson revealed earlier in the week that the winger was "too tired" to start against Estonia, prompting the Liverpool team-mate to insist anyone would know that is not true

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The Gunners required a last-minute goal to salvage a point in a 2-2 draw with Hull and now have plenty to address as his team slipped 11 points behind league leaders Chelsea

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The centre-back is set to follow fellow youth academy product Tyler Blackett in signing a new deal after emerging as part of the first team set-up this season

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The decorated Dutchman has endured a patchy start to his Old Trafford reign and believes the Premier League is a unique division, given its unpredictable nature

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The England striker is currently suspended following his red card against West Ham last month and the Dutchman insists that he may not call upon the captain when available

Saturday, 18 October 2014

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The Spain international does not expect to see any team go through a whole Premier League season unbeaten again but feels the Blues are building a talented team

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The 53-year-old praised his Hull City side after they took a point from the Emirates Stadium on Saturday afternoon, despite Danny Welbeck's late equaliser for the Gunners

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Gabriel Obertan's 71st minute strike gave the Magpies a 1-0 victory over Leicester on Saturday but the 53-year-old feels the club must still improve as the season progresses

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Striker Graziano Pelle hit a brace, while the Black Cats scored two own goals, as the Saints romped to a "great" victory over Gus Poyet's side at St Mary's Stadium

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The Spaniard was delighted to see the England international return to action in a comfortable victory over Aston Villa with goals from Jagielka, Lukaku and Coleman