- Manchester City go level on points with fourth-place Liverpool by beating West Ham United.
- Kevin de Bruyne, David Silva, Gabriel Jesus and Yaya Toure with the goals.
- Peter Crouch scores 100th Premier League goal as Stoke draw with Everton
- Manchester United held by Hull City.
- Tigers off the bottom of the Premier League after Eldin Jakupovic inspires goalless draw.
- Comment: How Brexit would have affected the January transfer window.
Premier League fixtures [7:45pm kick-off unless otherwise stated]:
FT Manchester United 0-0 Hull City [8pm]
FT Stoke City 1-1 Everton [8pm]
FT West Ham United 0-4 Manchester City
Well that is all we have time for on this Premier League live blog. It has been another thrilling evening and we're back with more this weekend when Chelsea and Arsenal headline the games. But until then, it's goodbye.
Full time: Manchester United 0-0 Hull City
Despite the succession of late chances Hull get their point which takes them off the bottom of the Premier League. United huffed and puffed and only rarely threatened to claim the win. Eldin Jakupovic is the hero for Marco Silva's side, who is performing miracles.
Pogba's effort turned away by Jakupovic. Fabulous save at the death.
Marcos Rojo denied by Jakupovic with a flying save. Into the final minute of added on time.....
Full time: Stoke 1-1 Everton
Another chance for Hull as Abel Hernandez finds himself clean through but he can't bring the ball down and the chance is gone. The Tigers have been excellent tonight and they deserve this point. Five added-on minutes.
AGAINST THE POST! Hull almost take a dramatic lead in the 86th minute as Huddlestone feeds Lazar Markovic, who strikes the upright with a fine strike, leaving De Gea motionless.
Into the last five minutes at Old Trafford. Hull have held out valiantly but can they complete the job? United have been devoid of ideas for long periods of this game.
Full time: West Ham United 0-4 Manchester City
Pep Guardiola's City side back into their stride and now level on points with fourth place Liverpool in the race for the Champions League. Dimitri Payet-less West Ham were torn apart, to be frank.
Marcus Rashford can't find the target as Manchester United struggle to break Hull down.
So close for United as we enter the final 20 minutes. Mata opened the scoring in the EFL Cup first leg and he seems destined to do the same again as Jakupovic makes a fine save on the line. I'm not sure how he pulled it off.
Niasse's eventful evening is over as he is replaced by Abel Hernandez. Meanwhile, in east London the home faithful are filing out.
Oumar Niasse is treading a tighrope tonight and could easily be off after a late challenge on Chris Smalling. That follows a late challenge on Michael Carrick in the first half. Mike Jones yet to take any action however.
United queuing up in the centre but they can't convert, as Hull are forced to weather wave after wave of attacks. Valencia's cross is headed back across goal by Rashford and after Rooney's air shot, Ibrahimovic drags his effort wide.
Juan Mata being readied on the touchline as Jose Mourinho gets set for his final roll of the dice in search of a winner. Still half an hour remaining.
Phil Jones off injured for Manchester United but they almost offset that loss with the opening goal. Marcus Rashford escapes in behind, brings the ball down brilliantly but skews his effort side. Best chance of the half so far.
Controversy at Stoke as the home side appeal for offside as Everton equalise, but referee Craig Pawson waves away the appeals.
United have huffed and puffed but not found their way past Hull.
Hull showing a bit more ambition and they almost carve United wide open with a long ball to Niasse, but the home side clear. Jose Mourinho's half-time words have not had any effect yet.
GOAL! West Ham 0-4 Manchester City (Yaya Toure)
Raheem Sterling is fouled by debutant Jose Fonte and City have the chance to put the gloss on this victory. Yaya Toure fires home and West Ham are being thumped here.
PENALTY TO MANCHESTER CITY
Wayne Rooney replaces Michael Carrick at the start of the second half for Manchester United. They badly need some creativity after a lacklustre half.
Very worrying if true, from the London Stadium. The toxic atmosphere returns.