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Football | Barclays Premier League

It's not normal - Mourinho
Diego Costa left the Stamford Bridge pitch to exultant cheers after a hat-trick against Swansea City on Saturday highlighted a breathless start to a Chelsea career for a team that has been designed around him. Read full article
Killer instinct deserts Welbeck on debut
Louis van Gaal probably uttered a rueful 'I told you so' after one costly miss defined Danny Welbeck's Arsenal debut against City in a match that will be remembered for the quality of finishing on show. Read full article
Pellegrini berates ref Clattenburg
Manuel Pellegrini berated referee Mark Clattenburg and said his performance cost Manchester City victory after a breathless 2-2 draw against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday. Read full article
Wenger fears lengthy layoff for Debuchy
Arsenal could be without Mathieu Debuchy for a lengthy period after manager Arsene Wenger revealed he had suffered a "badly sprained ankle" during Saturday's 2-2 draw with Manchester City. Read full article
Sunderland deny Tottenham
After a turbulent week, a late Harry Kane own goal meant Tottenham Hotspur had to settle for a point in a 2-2 Premier League draw at Sunderland on Saturday. Read full article
Costa hat-trick leaves Chelsea on top
Diego Costa scored a hat-trick to leave Chelsea top of the Premier League and the only team in the English top flight with a perfect record as they came back from a goal down to beat Swansea 4-2. Read full article
Ulloa strike gives Foxes maiden win
Argentine striker Leonardo Ulloa continued his fine start to life in the Premier League with the only goal as Leicester City beat Stoke City 1-0 at the Britannia Stadium on Saturday. Read full article
Pelle double deepens Newcastle gloom
Italian striker Graziano Pelle scored twice as Southampton increased the pressure on Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew with a 4-0 Premier League victory at St Mary's on Saturday. Read full article
Speroni denies Burnley first win
A brilliantly saved penalty by Crystal Palace goalkeeper Julian Speroni denied Burnley their first win in this season's Premier League as the two sides fought out a 0-0 draw on Saturday. Read full article
Foster howler helps Everton win
Everton secured their first Premier League win of the season as a blunder from West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Ben Foster condemned his side to a 2-0 defeat on Saturday. Read full article
Villa down Reds, Costa sends Blues clear
Liverpool crashed to a surprise 1-0 loss at home to Aston Villa on Saturday, after Chelsea beat Swansea City 4-2 to move clear at the Premier League summit. Read full article
City rescue point against Arsenal
Martin Demichelis' late header saved Manchester City from a second successive defeat as the Premier League champions rescued a thrilling 2-2 draw against Arsenal on Saturday. Read full article
Pellegrini blames fair play for Negredo exit
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini said on Friday being forced to comply with Uefa's financial fair play rules had led to the loan exit of striker Alvaro Negredo. Read full article
US firm ponders Spurs bid
American investment firm Cain Hoy said on Friday they were contemplating a bid to buy Tottenham Hotspur. Read full article
Chelsea sweating on Costa's fitness
Chelsea are sweating on the fitness of Diego Costa and the Premier League leaders will do all they can to get him fit to face Swansea City on Saturday. Read full article
'Newcastle owner has no plans to sell'
Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has no plans to sell the club until the end of next season at the earliest, the Premier League club announced on Friday. Read full article
Redknapp slams fair play threat
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has labelled threats to expel the London club from the Championship if they are relegated from the Premier League as "unrealistic". Read full article
Jones ruled out for four weeks
Phil Jones will be out for four weeks with a torn hamstring after limping off during England's Euro 2016 qualifying victory over Switzerland, manager Louis van Gaal said on Friday. Read full article
'Lampard ready to make City debut'
Frank Lampard is "ready" to play for Manchester City and the former Chelsea midfielder could make his debut against Arsenal on Saturday, manager Manuel Pellegrini said on Friday. Read full article
Rio surprised by United's slow start
Rio Ferdinand said he is surprised by Manchester United's poor start to life under Louis van Gaal but believes the Dutchman is the man to restore the club's former glory. Read full article
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