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THAT'S YOUR LOT
Thanks for joining us throughout the afternoon. Chelsea and Liverpool maintain their 100% records, Watford's is ended by Manchester United, while champions Manchester City seal a convincing win at home to Fulham.
Arsenal fans will be delighted to come away from Newcastle with all three points, while Bournemouth and Palace supporters will savour a good day's work.
See you for Super Sunday tomorrow!
WATCH: DAVE SAVES
*Copy and paste from matches gone by*
De Gea saves United with last-ditch heroics.
WATCH: MATIC SENT OFF
WATFORD 1-2 MAN UTD
FT: It's all over at Vicargae Road! First half goals from Lukaku and Smalling seal the win, despite Gray attempting the comeback in the second half.
Man Utd ended the game with ten men after a red card for Matic, but they end Watford's four game winning streak and pick up another vital Premier League.
90+4: SAVE!!!! SO CLOSE!
What a wonderful save from De Gea, who denies Kabasele as he attempts to head home from the free kick. Watford have the corner, but it is delayed as Smalling is injured.
90+3: RED CARD! Matic is sent off for a foul on Hughes. It's a really silly foul from the midfielder having already been booked in the game.
Can Watford score with their final effort of the game?... Foster is up!
WATCH: DOUCOURE CHANCE
90: SAVE! After getting into some space at the top of the area, Doucoure tries his luck with a fierce volley, but De Gea is across to push it away.
Three minutes added on here.
PEP MEETS OLGA & VERA
Remember those 102 and 98-year-old fans? Well, Pep Guardiola went to meet Olga and Vera too! What a day.
THE VALUE OF FIRMINO
Georginio Wijnaldum scored Liverpool's opening goal against Tottenham, his first away from home in the Premier League, but it was Roberto Firmino who notched what turned out to be the decisive strike. With 38 goals and 23 assists, the Brazilian has now been involved in 61 Premier League goals under Jurgen Klopp - 16 more than any other player.
It's an eye-catching statistic which highlights Firmino's value to the side. His goals and assists are invaluable for Klopp, but so too is his defensive work-rate. Against Spurs, Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp described him as "the ultimate team player". Liverpool's strong start owes a lot to him.
Click HERE to read four more statistics from Saturday's Premier League action
79: Brilliant defending from Cathcart!
Martial is set away down the field by Young, cutting back for Lukaku at the top of the area who taps the ball into the path of the overlapping Sanchez.
But Cathcart comes in with tackle as Foster comes in with the low save, with the defender getting clattered by his own goalkeeper. But he is soon back on his feet.
COTTEE: HAZARD UNPLAYABLE
“Hazard was unbelievable, unplayable. It was one of those days. Every time he got the ball he made things happen. The equalising goal was fantastic, his second had a little bit of luck, and the penalty was undoubtedly a penalty.
“Cardiff will feel a little bit hard done by, but Hazard is just in that form at the moment. He is absolutely brilliant, and he seems to enjoy playing with Giroud, who gives Chelsea a presence up front and is excellent in the air. It’s the start of a good partnership I think.”
FIRMINO INJURY UPDATE
"Roberto Firmino was discharged from a London hospital this afternoon after receiving good news on the eye injury he sustained during Liverpool's 2-1 win at Tottenham Hotspur," a statement on Liverpool's website has confirmed.
"The forward was sent for assessment having been forced from the field in the second half of the Reds’ Wembley victory.
"A hospital examination confirmed an abrasion of the eye, but there will be no lasting damage.
"The issue will be monitored and treated by Liverpool’s medical staff at Melwood before any decision is made on whether Firmino will be able to figure in Tuesday evening’s Champions League encounter with Paris Saint-Germain at Anfield. At this stage, the No.9 has not been ruled out."
69: NO PENALTY! Pereyra goes down in the area after a tackle from Lindelof with the home fans crying out for a penalty. However, Mike Dean waves away the claims.
On replay, it looks to be the right decision as there wasn't a whole lot of contact.
WATCH: GAME ON
Gray pulls one back for Watford, see the goal below!
MERSE: CITY STILL HAVE THE EDGE
“Sane gives City real width. That’s what they want as he opens the game up for them. When he stays out wide, the two Silvas can get on the ball and do their stuff.
“Sane’s attitude was good, he scored a goal. He must have been devastated by not going to the World Cup, he looked a shoo-in and was on all the billboards in Germany. That would have affected him, but fair play to him.
“City played the whole of the second half in third gear. That’s why I think they have the edge over Liverpool, who were taken to the wire against Brighton. I think that takes its toll later in the season.”
GOAL! WATFORD 1-2 MAN UTD (Gray, 65)
It's a great finish from Gray, and Watford are back in this one!
Some superb play from Watford sees Doucoure pull the ball back for Gray at the top of the area who has the time and space to sweep home past De Gea.
He's unmarked and it's poor defending from United for the first time this evening.
THOMMO: RAFA WILL BE FURIOUS
“In the first half Newcastle dominated, but you worried for them because they didn’t get a goal. Arsenal got their passing movement going and the game changed with Xhaka’s goal.
“It was like switching the light off for Newcastle – a procession. Arsenal players started to want the ball, and it was shocking because Newcastle just gave the ball away. That must have infuriated Benitez.”
WATFORD 0-2 MAN UTD
62: CLOSE! A good delivery from Holebas as it is nearly poked home - coming off the head of Smalling - but the United defender sees the ball over the crossbar.
FIRMINO INJURY CONCERN
Roberto Firmino will be assessed after suffering an eye injury in Liverpool's 2-1 win at Tottenham on Saturday.
Firmino scored Liverpool's second goal to make it 2-0 at Wembley after 54 minutes, but 15 minutes later he was brought down after a clash with Jan Vertonghen.
The Brazil international was down receiving treatment for around two minutes, before being replaced by Jordan Henderson who had initially been set to come on for Naby Keita.
Klopp, speaking to Sky Sports following the match, gave an update on the striker: "Bobby Firmino is not okay at the moment. We need to see how that will work.
"Things are not too good at the moment. Life is never perfect."
LE TISS: ZAHA THE DIFFERENCE
“Huddersfield were so dominant in that first half, and that Palace goal was so far against the run of play, but it was just a moment of magic from Zaha. You could say Huddersfield were unfortunate, but they did have the opportunities. Putting the ball in the back of the net seems so difficult at the minute.
“When you’ve got someone who can do something a little different, you’ve always got a chance when you keep a clean sheet. Zaha was the standout footballer on that pitch today.”
NEWCASTLE 1-2 ARSENAL: STATS
OLGA AND VERA
200 years between them. 98 year-old Olga and 102 year-old Vera were Man City's mascots this afternoon - having held season tickets at the club since 1930!
Here they are talking to Sky Sports after the match - all it's missing is a bottle of bubbly and a woman-of-the-match award, though there's no picking favourites from us here.
46: Watford get the second half under way at Vicarage Road. It's a little later than usual as Mike Dean takes his time in coming out of the tunnel.
MAN CITY 3-0 FULHAM: STATS
'IT'S A DIFFICULT FEELING'
Claude Puel admits Leicester's 4-2 defeat to Bournemouth is tough to take.
HUDDERSFIELD 0-1 C PALACE: STATS
WATCH: HALF-TIME HIGHLIGHTS
WATFORD 0-2 MAN UTD
HT: Solid opening 45 from United! Lukaku and Smalling have put Jose Mourinho's side 2-0 up at the break with two goals in three minutes.
45+2: SAVE!! Again from Foster, who is keeping Watford in this one.
Lingard lashes a fine ball through the box and it reaches Pogba at the back post who tries a placed finished, but Foster reads it well and it comes off his body before going behind.
'NO DOUBTS ABOUT DELPH'
Hear from Pep Guardiola after Manchester City's convincing 3-0 win at home to Fulham.
CHELSEA 4-1 CARDIFF: STATS
WATCH: SMALLING MAKES IT TWO
What a goal from Chris Smalling! Watch the video below to see it for yourself.
WATCH: LUKAKU GOAL
Already another for United, but here's how Lukaku put United ahead.
GOAL! WATFORD 0-2 MAN UTD (Smalling, 38)
A superb finish from Smalling! A ball is played into the area by the head of Fellaini before Smalling hooks the ball over his own head to send it past Foster at point blank range.
Two goals in three minutes for United!
WATCH: SANCHEZ SHOOTS
Matters little with United going on to take the lead, but here's how close Sanchez went earlier.
GOAL! WATFORD 0-1 MAN UTD (Lukaku, 35)
It's a bundled goal, but Lukaku and United won't care!
It comes from the free-kick, which Young plays to Fellaini on the left of the area. His cross to the other side is played back to Young at the top left corner by Smalling.
His curled cross is then bundled home by the stomach of Lukaku, with the Watford players calling for a handball but unfortunately for them, there isn't one.
'RESULTS GIVE US CONFIDENCE'
Head coach Unai Emery reflects on Arsenal's 2-1 victory at Newcastle.
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