Pogba's 'best and worst' on display for Man United (3:36)
Nicol: The win the only thing that mattered for Tottenham (0:49)
6hAssociated Press

Wan-Bissaka struck by bottle at Newcastle

Crystal Palace defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka was struck by a bottle thrown by visiting fans as his side drew with Newcastle 0-0 in the Premier League.

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7hDavid Usher

Klopp, Van Dijk 9/10 in comfy Liverpool win

Liverpool made it a club-record seven straight wins to start the season as Southampton were blown away, with Van Dijk leading the way.

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7hRob Dawson

Is frustration the new norm for Man United?

It feels like a season of two steps forward, one step back for Man United and Jose Mourinho this season as they settled for a point vs. Wolves.

Liverpool stay top, City sizzle (1:51)
Brighton 1-2 Tottenham: Spurs hold on (3:22)
Knockaert claws one back for Brighton (1:05)
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Kane strikes as Spurs return to winning ways

Harry Kane gave the Londoners the lead from the penalty spot shortly before half time, and substitute Erik Lamela sealed the points.

Lamela doubles Spurs' lead (1:20)
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8hSimon Curtis

Gundogan 9/10 as City steamroller Cardiff

Manchester City's patience paid off against Cardiff as they eventually ran out 5-0 winners with Ilkay Gundogan central to the impressive win.

Klopp: Subbing Shaqiri at half-time in Saints win was tactical (0:35)
Mourinho: Man United were lucky to even score in Wolves draw (2:00)