LIVERPOOL 1-0 EVERTON
ARSENAL 4-2 TOTTENHAM
CHELSEA 2-0 FULHAM
SOUTHAMPTON 2-2 MAN UTD
MAN CITY 3-1 BOURNEMOUTH
HUDDERSFIELD 1-2 BRIGHTON
PALACE 2-0 BURNLEY
NEWCASTLE 0-3 WEST HAM
LEICESTER 2-0 WATFORD
HOWE: THE BALL DIDN'T BOUNCE OUR WAY
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe rued his side's luck, saying it's the closest they have come to beating Manchester City.
Young's free-kick is headed away and the final whistle goes. It's a much needed point for Southampton, but Manchester United's Premier League struggles continue.
PEP: STERLING CHANGED THE GAME
Pep Guardiola admits Manchester City started slowly against Bournemouth, but felt Raheem Sterling changed the momentum of the game in their 3-1 win.
90+1: There will be FOUR minutes of added time...
FREE-KICK! Young's cross is a poor one as McCarthy comes off his line to claim the high ball.
WAGNER FURIOUS AT REFEREEING DECISIONS
Huddersfield manager David Wagner wouldn't talk about anything else but the refereeing following their defeat at home to Brighton.
WATCH: DE GEA DENIES REDMOND
Another excellent save from De Gea...
80: SAVE! Pogba inexplicably loses the ball in midfield. It allows Redmond to get a shot away from about 30 yards. It's a well struck effort which forces De Gea into action as he tips the ball over the crossbar.
WATCH: DE GEA DENIES HOJBJERG
HUGHTON: WE MADE EXTRA MAN COUNT
Chris Hughton says Brighton made their extra man count as they came from behind to beat Huddersfield 2-1.
74: CLOSE! Redmond whips a dangerous cross across the face of goal in search of Gabbiadini. The Italian striker cannot get on the end of it as the ball runs away to safety on the far side
'IF DON'T TAKE YOUR CHANCES, YOU PAY'
Rafael Benitez says that Newcastle paid for not taking their chances in their 3-0 defeat to West Ham.
69: SAVE! A speculative effort from Pogba, whose bicycle kick doesn't have enough power on it to trouble McCarthy.
68: SAVE! A first opportunity for Gabbiadini but his shot is straight at De Gea, who makes a comfortable save.
63: NO PENALTY! Obafemi pleads for a penalty but McTominay gets a touch on the ball and referee Kevin Friend waves away the appeals.
Seconds later, Lukaku launches a United counter-attack, picking out Rashford. He then lays the ball off to Young but the wing back's attempted cross is a poor one as the ball sails over McCarthy's crossbar.
PELLEGRINI PLEASED FOR LITTLE PEA
West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini says two goals at Newcastle will improve Javier Hernandez's confidence after a difficult season so far.
61: WIDE! The ball drops to Shaw on the edge of the penalty area. He takes a touch before drilling a sweet strike goalwards. The effort has good power on it but the direction is off as the ball flashes wide of the far post.
LUKAKU BACK IN THE GOALS
59: SAVE! Redmond strikes the resultant free-kick over the wall but it's straight at De Gea, who makes a comfortable save.
52: CHANCE! Fellaini meets Young's free-kick at the near post. He's normally good in those positions but on this occasion he heads the ball wide of the near post.
GRACIA: WE DIDN'T FINISH OUR CHANCES
Watford manager Javi Gracia says his side are creating chances but need to improve their finishing after losing 2-0 at Leicester.
CEDRIC OFF THE MARK, AT LAST
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46: At the second time of asking, Manchester United get us back under way...
HT HIGHLIGHTS: SOUTHAMPTON 2-2 MAN UTD
DYCHE: FEAR FACTOR AFFECTED US
Sean Dyche admits his players are playing with fear and trepidation as Burnley's poor run of form continued with a 2-0 defeat to Crystal Palace.
'IT COMPLETELY CHANGED THE GAME'
"It is too harsh," says Charlie Nicholas of Steve Mounie's first-half sending-off in Huddersfield's 2-1 home defeat to Brighton.
"He loses control of the ball, the studs are slightly raised towards the shin, but he is not threatening the Brighton player.
"He does make contact, the lad does get hurt, but I did not think it was a dramatic challenge for it to be a red card.
"And it completely changed the game for Huddersfield."
WATCH: HERRERA EQUALISES
Armstrong is off target this time as he attempts to curl the ball into the far corner. And that's the end of an excellent first-half of football!
WATCH: LUKAKU GIVES UNITED HOPE
PUEL: MADDISON GOAL AMAZING
Claude Puel reflects on James Maddison's stunning finish for Leicester in their 2-0 win over Watford.
GOAL! SOUTHAMPTON 2-2 MAN UTD (Herrera 39)
What a turnaround at St. Mary's! United are back level!
Rashford has come alive in the last few minutes. He produces a brilliant run to get to the byline before pulling the ball back towards the near post.
Herrera's in the right place at the right time and he flicks the ball goalwards and it somehow finds its way in at the near post.
'ANDROS HAS THAT IN HIS LOCKER'
Roy Hodgson praises Andros Townsend's ability to score long-range goals after his strike helped Crystal Palace to a 2-0 win over Burnley.
GOAL! SOUTHAMPTON 2-1 MAN UTD (Lukaku 33)
Seconds before the goal the camera panned to a very glum looking Jose Mourinho. He'll be much happier now.
Rashford latches onto a pass from Pogba before poking the ball through Lukaku. The Belgium international races onto it before thumping the ball past McCarthy and into the top corner from just inside the penalty area. Game on!
SOUTHAMPTON 2-0 MAN UTD
25: CHANCE! Young whips in a dangerous cross from the right. McTominay attacks it but he cannot keep his header down as the ball sails over the crossbar.
Goal kick to Southampton...
'NEWCASTLE LACKED BELIEF'
"To be fair, in the first half Newcastle created many more chances than West Ham, so they were lucky to go in 1-0 up at the break," Matt Le Tissier told Soccer Saturday.
"But after Hernandez made it 2-0, Newcastle's heads dropped and the wind was really taken out of their sails.
"And it did not look like they believed they could get back in the game. And then it was all killed off in the final few minutes."
WATCH: CEDRIC STUNNER
GOAL! SOUTHAMPTON 2-0 MAN UTD (Cedric 20)
What a strike from Cedric!
He curls the ball over the wall and into the top corner to beat De Gea and spark more Southampton celebrations!
WATCH: SOUTHAMPTON 1-0 MAN UTD
GOAL! SOUTHAMPTON 1-0 MAN UTD (Armstrong, 13)
What a start for Southampton!
It's really poor defending from United. they have a number of chances to get a tackle in on Redmond and then Obafemi, who eventually lays the ball off for Armstrong.
The in-form Scottish midfielder takes a touch before drilling a low shot across De Gea and into the far corner. to give Mark Hughes' side the early lead.
CITY MAINTAIN UNBEATEN RUN
Despite being tested by Bournemouth, Premier League leaders Man City maintained their unbeaten run in the league with a 3-1 win this afternoon, with Leroy Sane turning in a man-of-the-match display at the Etihad.
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