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Klopp hits out at Referee after Derby Day draw, Big Sam tells him to stop 'moaning'

Liverpool Manager Jurgen Klopp chose to focus less on his own team selection and more on Referee Craig Pawson after Everton battled back from a goal down to steal a point from the first Merseyside derby of the season.

Liverpool dominated the contest, but had to wait till the 42nd minute to take the lead as Mohamed Salah continued his fantastic form, smashing home what was incredibly his 19th goal of the season already, a curling finish from his stronger left foot that gave Jordan Pickford absolutely no chance in the Everton goal.

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Sanchez nicks it at the death for Arsenal

An injury time penalty gifted to Arsenal by an unnecessary push by James Tarkowski on Aaron Ramsey enabled the Gunners to clinch an unexpected 1-0 victory over a competitive Burnley side that went toe to toe with Arsenal for the better part of the contest.

It was a case of deja vu at Turf Moor with Alexis Sanchez stepping up to the spot like he did in the 98th minute last season, and with only 2 minutes of injury time allotted at the end of this game, it was a case of Sanchez scoring again from the penalty spot, despite Nick Pope going the right way, with what was almost the last kick of the game.

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Martial nicks it late on for Man United against Spurs

Anthony Martial came off the bench to keep Manchester United on the coattails of local rivals Manchester City as the Red Devils came out victorious in the battle between the Premier League's second and third placed teams, 1-0 at Old Trafford.

While the absence of Tottenham star striker Harry Kane dominated the pre-game headlines, it was the way team that enjoyed the better of a poor first half that saw virtually no goal mouth action.

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Lovren accuses Lukaku of kicking him on purpose

Last weekend's derby clash between Manchester United and Liverpool may have been a damp squib, but the post game controversy refuses to die with Reds defender Dejan Lovren accusing United striker Romelu Lukaku of deliberately kicking him.

Lovren, was left rolling around in an exaggerated fashion on the ground just before half-time, after having been seemingly caught in the face by Lukaku's boot, and the Croatian center-back has hit out at the burly Belgian, claiming that he left his foot in there on purpose.

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Liverpool fail to get past Man United's parked bus at Anfield

A brilliant reflex save by David de Gea with his right boot to deny Joel Matip was the highlight of the game as Liverpool and Manchester United played out a second consecutive goal-less draw at Anfield.

The return of Premier League football after the international break brought with it plenty of promise as Liverpool vs Manchester United highlighted the matchday card to kickstart the weekend, but like last year the game promised plenty but offered little.

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Arsene Wenger hits out at match officials after defeat at Stoke

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Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger hit out at match officials yesterday after the Gunners' latest defeat at the hands of Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium.

Arsenal, who have a terrible away record against Stoke, dominated the game, but were denied by the brilliance of young Jack Butland in the Stoke goal, who made a clutch of key saves, especially in the first half.

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Former England skipper announces his retirement

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Former England international Scott Parker has decided to call time on his almost 19-year professional football career, it was announced in a statement. The 36-year-old plied his trade for Chelsea, Tottenham and Newcastle, as well as played 18 times for England, which he captained in 2012.

"I have enjoyed so many incredible moments during my career," Parker wrote in the statement.

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