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20:00 BST

9/28/14

CHEERIO

That, my Premier League friends, is all for the weekend. We’ll be back right here from 18:00 BST on Tuesday for all the latest Champions League action, including Manchester City v Roma and Sporting v Chelsea. Thank you very much for following and be sure to join us for that. Adios!
 

19:55 BST

9/28/14

GLANCE AROUND THE GLOBE

It’s all over in La Liga, where Valencia stay second after drawing 1-1 with Real Sociedad. The action doesn’t end there, though - there’s still games going on in Spain, Italy and France this evening. You can follow all the line-ups, stats and goals below.

LIVE: Latest scores from around Europe

19:50 BST

9/28/14

TOP OF THE WEEKEND

Sorry, Jose, but this one goes to Southampton. Chelsea continue to lead the way on 16 points but trailing closely behind, on 13 points, are Ronald Koeman’s men. Favourites to be among the relegation candidates at the start of the season, new-look Saints have put together six wins in a row in all competitions.
 

19:45 BST

9/28/14

FLOP OF THE WEEKEND: PART TWO

As for a team, it’s got to be Burnley. Four goals conceded, just one chance created and a poor performance all round sees the newly promoted club drop to the bottom of the table. They’ve scored just one goal all season - against Chelsea, of all opponents - and look certainties for a swift return to the Championship.

19:40 BST

9/28/14

FLOP OF THE WEEKEND

Only one man can take this award: Wayne Rooney. Today was supposed to be about the striker marking the 10-year anniversary of his debut at Manchester United. Instead, we’re talking about a straight red card he received for a silly, reckless kick on Stewart Downing. A ban awaits...
 

19:35 BST

9/28/14

MOMENT OF THE WEEKEND: PART TWO

Looking further around Europe, a nod to Lionel Messi. The Barcelona superstar scored goals No.400 and No.401 of his career in a 6-0 demolition of Granada. "I never imagined I could achieve anything like this in my career," he wrote on Facebook after the game. "I'll continue working hard to reach more targets."

19:30 BST

9/28/14

MOMENT OF THE WEEKEND

He just missed out on goal of the weekend, so this one goes to Phil Jagielka. The centre-back was the unlikely hero for Everton with an outstanding equaliser deep into added time of the Merseyside derby. “I AM ACTUALLY SHAKING,” messaged our reporter at the ground. And that rather sums it all up...
 

19:25 BST

9/28/14

STAT OF THE WEEKEND

Time to step it up, Mario...

19:20 BST

9/28/14

GOAL OF THE WEEKEND

Crikey. Options, options, options. Phil Jagielka scored an absolute belter in stoppage time to earn Everton a Merseyside derby draw, while Charlie Austin controlled, turned and finished brilliantly to score for QPR at St Mary's. But this one just has to go to Graziano Pelle for a magnificent overhead kick for Southampton. Bravo, Graziano, bravo.

19:15 BST

9/28/14

RESULT OF THE WEEKEND

You know that, I reckon this one goes to West Brom. A defeat, or even a draw, would have seen serious questions asked of Alan Irvine, an underwhelming appointment in the summer, again but his side have now put together three wins on the spin and are up to the top half of the table. Fair play.
 

19:10 BST

9/28/14

19:05 BST

9/28/14

MILAN REACTION

AC Milan coach Pippo Inzaghi: "Unfortunately we had the game in control and created a lot in the first half but, when you work so hard and don't score in this heat, you will pay eventually. We played very well in the first half then got stretched out and it was tough to win after going down to 10 men. We probably deserved to score a second."

Inzaghi: Milan deserved to win

19:00 BST

9/28/14

INTER REACTION

Inter coach Walter Mazzarri to Sky Sport Italia: "I made some mistakes when evaluating the squad rotation. I thought the team was in great shape this week and didn't pay enough attention to the fitness levels so I played some players who were on their third or fourth games in a row and that showed."

Mazzarri: I picked the wrong team
 

18:55 BST

9/28/14

GLANCE AROUND THE GLOBE

The big results around Europe this afternoon came in Serie A, where 10-man AC Milan drew 1-1 with Cesena and Inter, also reduced to 10 men, fell to an embarrassing 4-1 home defeat to Cagliari. Mamma mia!

LIVE: All the scores from around Europe

18:50 BST

9/28/14

TRANSFER TALK

Roberto Mancini to Paris Saint-Germain? New deal for Raheem Sterling? England call-up for Jamie Vardy? You can get all the latest rumours, from the brilliant to the downright bizarre, below.

All the latest rumours in one place

18:45 BST

9/28/14

GLANCE AROUND THE GLOBE

There’s still football going on all around Europe. A little later, Ligue 1 leaders Marseille take on Saint-Etienne (20:00 BST) and Genoa face local rivals Sampdoria in Serie A (19:45 BST), while it’s 1-1 at half-time in La Liga between Real Sociedad and Valencia. You can get stats, line-ups and goal updates from that one below.

LIVE: Real Sociedad 1-1 Valencia
 

18:40 BST

9/28/14

TOP SCORERS

And now that we have a new addition to the charts, here are the top scorers in the Premier League after six matches...

Diego Costa (Chelsea) - 8
Leonardo Ulloa (Leicester) - 5
Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) - 4
Saido Berahino (West Brom) - 4
Nacer Chadli (Tottenham) - 4
Graziano Pelle (Southampton) - 4

18:35 BST

9/28/14

FORM GUIDE

With just one match of the weekend still to go, Stoke v Newcastle in a MASSIVE game for Alan Pardew tomorrow night, here’s how the form guide is shaping up...

Unbeaten: Chelsea, Arsenal
Winless: Sunderland, Burnley, Newcastle
Lost most games: QPR (4), Burnley, Liverpool, West Ham (all 3)
Scored most goals: Chelsea (19), Everton, Man City (both 12)
Conceded most goals: Everton (14), QPR (13)

18:30 BST

9/28/14

PLAYER RATINGS

Saido Berahino, unsurprisingly, is our top of the match at The Hawthorns, while the likes of Ben Mee and Ross Wallace contend for the flop of the match award. But how about the rest? You can check out our player ratings in full below.

Player Ratings: West Brom 4-0 Burnley

18:25 BST

9/28/14

DYCHE REACTION

Burnley manager Sean Dyche to Sky Sports: "You want players to come in, grip the shirt and force me to make a decision but we didn’t do that... [On goal drought] We keep working on the training pitch, players’ mentality and their belief. There was a little spell against Swansea when we looked unsure of ourselves and we looked like that today."