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Premier League results

Huddersfield Town 2-1 Manchester United

Manchester City 3-0 Burnley

Newcastle United 1-0 Crystal Palace

Stoke City 1-2 Bournemouth

Swansea City 1-2 Leicester City


Well that brings an end to our Premier League coverage for another day. It has been a historic day, particularly for Huddersfield Town, who cause one of the great Premier League shocks to beat Manchester United.

We're back tomorrow afternoon with two more games as Everton host Arsenal and Liverpool go to Tottenham. Please join us then, but until then goodbye.


Well, quite an afternoon in the Premier League

Huddersfield beat Manchester United for the first time since 1952 to end Jose Mourinho's side's unbeaten start to the Premier League season.

Manchester City are five points clear after they overcome Burnley. Sergio Aguero opened the scoring to become the club's joint-highest scorer.

Newcastle left it late to beat Crystal Palace, who remain pointless away from home, after Mikel Merino's late goal.

Michael Appleton began life at Leicester's caretake boss with a 2-1 win at Swansea, thanks to Shinji Okazaki's second half goal.

And finally, Bournemouth struck twice in the first half to add to Stoke's problems.


Full time: Stoke 1-2 Bournemouth


Full-time: Manchester City 3-0 Burnley


Full-time: Newcastle United 1-0 Crystal Palace


Full-time: Huddersfield 2-1 Manchester United


Huddersfield living dangerously in the final minutes, can they hold out?


Full time: Swansea 1-2 Leicester


Four added minutes at the John Smith's Stadium.


The chances are falling to Huddersfield rather than United in these final minutes. The hosts go through on goal, as De La Parra beats De Gea to the loose ball but the visitors scramble the ball away.


GOAL! Newcastle 1-0 Crystal Palace (Mikel Merino)


Nicolas Otamendi heads City into a two-goal lead.

Nicolas Otamendi
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There is one goal in it in three Premier League fixtures this afternoon, while one game is all square. A fascinating final 10 minutes in prospect.


GOAL! Huddersfield Town 2-1 Manchester United (Marcus Rashford)

Lossl just made a fine save to keep out Mkhitayran but it is the other substitute Marcus Rashford who has United back in the game. Romelu Lukaku whips in a fine cross and Rashford thrusts a header into the corner. Game on.


GOAL! Manchester City 3-0 Burnley (Leroy Sane)

Two goals in as many minutes and City have this game in the bag. Kevin de Bruyne plays in Leroy sane who takes the ball in his stride and nets with ease.


GOAL! Manchester City 2-0 Burnley (Nicolas Otamendi)

City have managed this second half well and they have the second goal which should secure the points. Silva's corner finds Otamendi who heads down and through Scott Arfield and that should send City five points clear.


Romelu Lukaku has been a peripheral figure this afternoon and his game so far has been summed up after he fails to latch onto a pass by Marcus Rashford which is collected by Lossl, who is still yet to make a save.


Jonas Lossl has not had to make a save this afternoon and you have to wonder whether Manchester United are a little punch-drunk here. Can they rouse themselves in the last quarter of the game?


Jose Mourinho not happy with his side's performance this afternoon.

Jose Mourinho
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GOAL! Stoke 1-2 Bournemouth (Mame Biram Diouf)


Yellow card for Ashley Barnes for a high challenge on Otamendi. It has to be said his arm was raised and he could easily have gone there. Lee Mason was a bit lenient there.


Marcus Rashford attempts to cross from the left side of the penalty area but can't get his foot around it and it flies out of play. Sums up United's day so far.


GOAL! Swansea 1-2 Leicester (Alfie Mawson)


Burnley want a penalty at the Etihad, and do they have a case? Delph attempts to cut out a floating cross towards Barnes and kicks the ball against his own hand. Burnley appeals are waved away and once again they can feel hard done by.