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Jesse Lingard
Jesse Lingard scored his first goal for Manchester United as they beat 10-man West Brom 2-0 at Old Trafford Getty

Certainly not the vintage attacking performance that many supporters have been crying out for, but United did enough to secure a routine victory in the end. West Brom defended resiliently for the most part as Evans performed very well indeed against his former club, but they were ultimately undone courtesy of an excellent finish from Lingard and a bursting run from Martial that led to Mata's penalty.

Leicester continue to go from strength-to-strength and stay third following that narrow victory over Watford, while Norwich pick up a first league win in seven outings against Swansea at Carrow Road. Sunderland suffer an eighth defeat of the season thanks to Tadic's spot-kick and Lukaku continues his excellent scoring record against West Ham to earn Everton a share of the spoils.

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Leicester 2-1 Watford

Manchester United 2-0 West Brom

Norwich 1-0 Swansea

Sunderland 0-1 Southampton

West Ham 1-1 Everton


Red card: Gareth McAuley (West Brom)


Game, set and match to the hosts as Martial is sent sprinting clear before being felled by a last-ditch foul from McAuley, who is shown a straight red card by Mike Dean for a denying a clear goalscoring opportunity.


Goal: Manchester United 2-0 West Brom (Juan Mata)


Four minutes of added time to be played at Old Trafford.


A chance for Mata to seal the victory from Martial's smart knockdown but his volley is awkward and sliced wide.


Pulis also makes one final substitution, sending on Callum McManaman in place of Brunt. Around five minutes of the 90 still to play. How costly will that woeful Berahino miss prove to be for West Brom?


One or two penalty appeals from United as Mata believes he is fouled and Lingard is prevented from shooting after another jinking run. Van Gaal makes his final change by replacing Rooney with Ander Herrera.


At Old Trafford, Van Gaal has handed young defender Borthwick-Jackson his senior debut in place of Rojo. Chances at both ends too as Lingard cuts inside Brunt before fizzing a shot wide and Berahino inexplicably heads Dawson's swinging cross over the crossbar from eight yards out.


Another penalty is confidently dispatched as Deeney and Watford profit from Kante's trip on Juan Carlos Paredes.


Goal: Leicester 2-1 Watford (Troy Deeney)


Goals coming quickly now as midfielder Howson heads home from Dieumerci Mbokani's knockdown. This would be a vital three points for struggling Norwich.


Goal: Norwich 1-0 Swansea (Jonny Howson)


A double substitution from Pulis as strikers Berahino and Rickie Lambert replace Morrison and Rondon. Former United midfielder Darren Fletcher then nods a Sessegnon free-kick across goal and just wide of the far post.


Deadlock broken at the Stadium of Light as Tadic nets from the spot after a poor foul from Yann M'Vila on Ryan Bertrand.


Goal: Sunderland 0-1 Southampton (Dusan Tadic)


Another yellow card for West Brom as Brunt enters the referee's notebook for an ill-timed lunge that brings down Mata.


Leicester double their advantage against Watford and further atone for their 3-2 aggregate Championship play-off semi-final defeat in 2013 as Vardy is taken out by Gomes before stepping up to score for the ninth game in succession. He is now just one match shy of Ruud van Nistelrooy's Premier League record.


Goal: Leicester 2-0 Watford (Jamie Vardy)


A yellow card apiece as Rondon is cautioned for a foul on Smalling and Rojo is booked for tripping Stephane Sessegnon.

Van Gaal has also made the first substitution of the afternoon, replacing Ashley Young with Phil Jones.


That was Lingard's first senior goal for Manchester United. The 22-year-old signed his first professional contract in 2011 and has spent time on loan at Leicester, Birmingham, Brighton and Derby in recent years.


A comical howler from Watford goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes at the King Power Stadium as he somehow allows a slow, trickling shot from midfielder Kante to end up in the back of the net.

Meanwhile, United finally find a breakthrough as Brunt miscues a headed clearance from Martial's cross and Lingard dispatches the rebound into the bottom corner with wonderful precision.


Goal: Manchester United 1-0 West Brom (Jesse Lingard)