• Arsenal top of the Premier League.
  • Charlie Adam scores penalty after Granit Xhaka elbows Joe Allen.
  • Theo Walcott equalises after 42 minutes.
  • Mesut Ozil header puts Gunners ahead before substitute Alex Iwobi makes it three.
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Well that brings an end to our live coverage of the Premier League for another day. We're back with coverage of all four matches from the top flight tomorrow, including Manchester United vs Tottenham. But until then, goodbye.


Full time in all four 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League, and much to discuss.

Arsenal go top of the Premier League after beating Stoke 3-1 at The Emirates Stadium. Charlie Adam put the visitors ahead from the spot, but Theo Walcott, Mesut Ozil and Alex Iwobi ensure that the Gunners go top for at least 24 hours before Chelsea face West Brom.

At the KCOM Stadium, Hull and Crystal Palace shared a six-goal thriller with Frazier Campbell grabbing a late point for the visitors. The Tigers had earlier taken the lead on three seperate occasions.

Swansea moved off the bottom of the Premier League after sweeping aside Sunderland. Fernando Llorente struck twice after Gylfi Sigurdsson's penalty had broken the deadlock amid a deluge of rain in south Wales.

Finally, Burnley hung on to ensure that Eddie Howe's return to Turf Moor with Bournemouth ended in defeat. Jeff Hendrick scored an early goal of the season contender in the first half and despite goals from Benik Afobe and Chalie daniels Sean Dyche's side prevailed.


Goal: Burnley 3-2 Bournemouth (Charlie Daniels)


Goal: Hull City 3-3 Crystal Palace (Frazier Campbell)

Jason Puncheon crosses and Campbell, formerly of Hull of course, turns it in. Is there time for any more goals?


Goal ruled out at Turf Moor as Benik Afobe smashes the ball in after controlling it with his hand. But that isn't the end of the goals this afternoon.....


Arsenal are going top of the Premier League as things stands but they almost give themselves some insurance as Walcott goes through numerous challenges before Grant sticks out an arm to deny him.


Goal: Swansea 3-0 Sunderland (Fernando Llorente)


Goal: Hull City 3-2 Crystal Palace (Jake Livermore)


Goal: Burnley 3-1 Bournemouth (George Boyd)


Goal: Arsenal 3-1 Stoke (Alex Iwobi)

Game, set and match for Arsenal. Sanchez turns inside and is fouled but Iwobi, who has just come on, latches onto the loose ball drives into the box and steers past Grant.


Peter Crouch is on for Stoke and he almost has an immediate impact. A corner swung in from the right finds the ex-England forward whose bullet header is somehow kept out by Cech.


Goal: Hull City 2-2 Crystal Palace (Adama Diomande)


Goal: Hull City 1-2 Crystal Palace (Wilfried Zaha)


Mesut Ozil's guile was there for all to see as he gave Arsenal the lead for the first time.

Mesut Ozil
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Theo Walcott celebrates drawing Arsenal level before half time.

Theo Walcott
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Goal: Swansea 2-0 Sunderland (Fernando Llorente)


Goal: Hull City 1-1 Crystal Palace (Christian Benteke)


Goal: Swansea 1-0 Sunderland (Gylfi Sigurdsson)


Goal: Arsenal 2-1 Stoke City (Mesut Ozil)

Delightful goal for Arsenal and Mesut Ozil. A floated ball forward sees Ozil break the offside trap but instead of bringing the ball down he heads it first time over the oncoming Lee Grant and into an empty net.


Muniesa is down after taking an awkward fall while going for a high ball with Koscielny. The Spaniard is receiving treatment but despite getting to his feet his afternoon looks over.


First opportunity of the second half goes to Arsenal as Hector Bellerin wastefully lashed over from a wide-right position.


Back underway at The Emirates Stadium. Stoke have not won at Arsenal since 1981 but they have fare chance here.


Half time in all four games across the country in the Premier League. Arsenal have level with Stoke in our featured game after Theo Walcott cancelled out Charlie Adam's penalty.

Elsewhere, Hull City lead Crystal Palace through Robert Snodgrass' penalty, Burnley lead Bournemouth and Swansea and Sunderland are locked at 0-0.


Goal: Burnley 2-1 Bournemouth (Benik Afobe)