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Premier League Saturday, including Tottenham, Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal - LIVE!

By SAM DYMOND

David Moyes looks on as Manchester United are beaten again.
by Sam Dymond on Sep 28, 2013 at 7:48 PM

  • Manchester United 1 West Brom 1: The Baggies go so close to retaking the lead as Jonas Olsson's downward header from a corner crashes against the crossbar. Maybe a repeat of May's 5-5 draw is on the cards after all.
    9/28/2013 3:24:17 PM
  • GOAL! Manchester United 1 West Brom 2: Seven more to go! It's another excellent West Bromwich Albion goal too. Crisp passing outside the United penalty area ends with Saido Berahino drilling a superb left-footed shot into the bottom right hand corner from 20 yards out.
    9/28/2013 3:26:17 PM
  • GOAL! Aston Villa 2 Manchester City 2: There's been some brilliant goals scored today and this is another one. Leandro Bacuna curls a wonderful free-kick around the wall from 25 yards and into the top left hand corner.
    9/28/2013 3:31:01 PM
  • GOAL! Aston Villa 3 Manchester City 2: This is breathless stuff. A huge punt forward from Brad Guzan has Andreas Weimann on the chase. Joe Hart rushes out of his area to clear the danger, but the Austrian beats him to it and toe-pokes it past him. It takes an age to roll into the empty net as Matija Nastasic chases back, but it creeps over the line.
    9/28/2013 3:34:14 PM
  • Southampton 2 Crystal Palace 0: Jay Rodriguez has the ball in the net after a bit of pinball wizard in the penalty area, but the referee blows up for an infringement. The home side are on their way to another three points.
    9/28/2013 3:43:17 PM
  • Marouane Fellaini can't believe what's unfolding at Old Trafford.

    9/28/2013 3:45:44 PM
  • Manchester United 1 West Brom 2: Marouane Fellaini really can't believe it now. The Belgian thought he had equalised after he slid in Nani's cross, but it has been ruled out for offside. West Brom have one minute plus injury time to hold on for a famous win.
    9/28/2013 3:49:15 PM
  • GOAL! Fulham 1 Cardiff 2: How boring, another stunning strike. This time it's Jordan Mutch and it's surely given Cardiff maximum points down on the banks of the Thames. The 21-year-old was first to the loose ball after an aerial challenge, and his long range effort flew past David Stockdale. 
    9/28/2013 3:49:59 PM
  • Full Time - Fulham 1 Cardiff 2: 
    9/28/2013 3:53:48 PM
  • Full Time - Aston Villa 3 Manchester City 2:
    9/28/2013 3:54:08 PM
  • Full Time - Manchester United 1 West Brom 2:
    9/28/2013 3:54:28 PM
  • Full Time - Hull 1 West Ham 0:
    9/28/2013 3:55:27 PM
  • Full Time - Southampton 2 Crystal Palace 0:
    9/28/2013 3:55:48 PM
  • Swansea 0 Arsenal 0: It's been a quietly steady start from both sides at the Liberty Stadium, but we've just seen a first flash of brilliance from Mesut Ozil. The German just took a pass with his back to goal, turned and came so close to feeding a ball through to Giroud all in one movement. 
    9/28/2013 4:44:29 PM
  • Swansea 0 Arsenal 0: As fantastic a footballer as Mesut Ozil clearly is, I'm not sure if he really fits into this Arsenal team. Not in terms of tactics or a system - he would improve any side - but he's a strange looking man and there's no denying that this is an attractive Arsenal team. He wouldn't look out of place alongside Adams, Bould, Winterburn or Parlour and Arsenals of years gone past, but Giroud, Walcott, Wilshere and Szczesny? Surely not.

    Meanwhile, little is happening on the pitch.
    9/28/2013 4:56:39 PM
  • Swansea 0 Arsenal 0: Wojciech Szczesny clearly has his minds on other things too because not only does he miscontrol a backpass, but he is then easily dispossessed by Michu not once, but twice and he doesn't seem to mind. Luckily, the lineman comes to his rescue and indicates that the ball went behind for a goal kick.
    9/28/2013 4:59:47 PM
  • And that's it from us. It's been an intriguing day of Premier League action, but a great one for league leaders Arsenal who have seen all of their major rivals drop points.

    Thanks for joining us. We'll be back tomorrow with live coverage of Stoke City versus Norwich before Liverpool's trip to Sunderland. Goodnight.
    9/28/2013 6:46:20 PM
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