English Premier League

Sunday 4 December 2016

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The Sky Sports pundit refused to criticise Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho for introducing bungling midfielder Marouane Fellaini at Everton after he conceded a late penalty

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The Belgian midfielder produced a disastrous substitute performance as he gave away a penalty just two minutes after coming on in Manchester United's 1-1 draw at Goodison Park

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Leighton Baines' 89th-minute penalty sealed a draw for Everton against the struggling giants, who once again fell short in the dying minutes of a game

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The former England striker stands by his insistence that Sergio Aguero is the only truly elite player in the top flight despite the Arsenal star's magical display against West Ham

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Leighton Baines scores a late penalty to earn the Toffees a point against Jose Mourinho's men in their Premier League clash at Goodison Park.

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It took the Belgian midfielder only two minutes after coming off the bench to concede the spot-kick that allowed Everton to snatch a draw after being behind for most of the game

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic appeared to have sent his club on the way to victory with a first-half lob, but the away team paid dearly for Fellaini's mistake against his old club

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The Manchester United striker appeared to kick his Everton opponent in the face during their Premier League match on Sunday, though the incident was not noticed at the time

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The former PSG star broke the deadlock at Goodison Park with a fine lob and United supporters fell over each other on Twitter to express their admiration for the in-form striker

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The second half saw a capitulation from the Merseysiders and an upturn from Eddie Howe's side, who beat the Reds for the first time in their history on Sunday

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The former Old Trafford defender was astonished that he avoided a sending off for a two-footed challenge on an Everton opponent in Sunday's clash

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The Reds boss feels that his side took their feet off the pedals when they reached a 3-1 lead at the Vitality Stadium, allowing Eddie Howe's men to storm back for a dramatic win

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Eddie Howe's men rally from a 3-1 deficit to beat the Reds at Dean Court as a late winner from Nathan Ake completes an incredible comeback.

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Jose Mourinho's men are in poor form in the Premier League, but will be hoping to pick up a win against a side suffering from similar inconsistency in recent weeks

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The Reds looked set to pick up a comfortable three points against Eddie Howe's men, but the home side fought back to steal the win with a last minute goal

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The Spaniard has been forced out of the league XI after Henrikh Mkhitaryan's excellent showing against West Ham in the EFL Cup

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The Italy striker has had a tough time keeping his temper in check throughout his career, prompting the Reds to insist on an interesting clause in his contract