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 By Jamie Smith

Back to the drawing board for Dyche as Tom Heaton saves Burnley's blushes

Chelsea handled matters early at Stamford Bridge with a comfortable 3-0 win over Burnley.
Chelsea handled matters early at Stamford Bridge with a comfortable 3-0 win over Burnley.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche said that his side did not perform well enough to beat a team of Chelsea's caliber on Saturday.

Little was expected from Burnley but their performance against Chelsea in the 3-0 loss on Saturday at Stamford Bridge was poor.

Eden Hazard's early goal ruined Sean Dyche's game plan and making the rest of the match a long battle.

Further goals from Willian and Victor Moses ensured a comfortable win for Chelsea and the Clarets were grateful for an excellent performance from keeper Tom Heaton, who was able to keep the scoreline fairly respectable.

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With Heaton in fine form, Burnley were not...

 By Alex Crook

Jay Rodriguez rescues a point for Southampton, makes a case to stay

A late goal from Jay Rodriguez brought Southampton level, despite Jordan Pickford's many brilliant efforts.
A late goal from Jay Rodriguez brought Southampton level, despite Jordan Pickford's many brilliant efforts.
David Moyes says his side might have been fatigued in the final minutes against Southampton due to their midweek EFL Cup action.

Jay Rodriguez found the net for the first time in the Premier League since March 2014 to rescue a point in Southampton's 1-1 draw with Sunderland.

Rodriguez has been through injury hell with a serious knee problem, which ended his World Cup dream two years ago, and a host of niggling knocks which curtailed last season.

The one-time England striker came off the bench with 16 minutes left and slammed the ball under Jordan Pickford to earn a deserved point after Jose Fonte gifted Jermain Defoe a penalty.

But...

 By PA Sport

Hull City players 'magnificent' in late defeat to Man United - Mike Phelan

Marcus Rashford scored in second-half stoppage time to hand Man United a 1-0 win over Hull City.
A late goal from Marcus Rashford broke the deadlock at the last minute to give Jose Mourinho's men a 1-0 win over Hull City.
Hull City manager Mike Phelan credits his players focus on keeping them in the match, but they lost focus just at the end.

Hull caretaker boss Mike Phelan described his players as "magnificent" despite Saturday's last minute 1-0 loss to Manchester United.

Marcus Rashford struck a stoppage-time winner to sink Hull, and after the match Phelan said he hoped to resolve his own future with the club's prospective new owners after the transfer window has closed on Wednesday.

The Tigers vice-chairman Ehab Allam revealed in his programme notes that this could be the club's last game with the Allam family as owners and he hoped...

 By Ben Jacobs

Jamie Vardy opens his account as Leicester score first win of the season

Champions Leicester held on for their first win of the season thanks to goals from Jamie Vardy and captain Wes Morgan.
Claudio Ranieri was pleased with his side's performance in the club's first win of the season over Swansea City.
Champions Leicester held on for their first win of the season thanks to goals from Jamie Vardy and captain Wes Morgan.

Actual lightning and a lightning pace were on show at the King Power Stadium as relentless Leicester City recorded their first win of the new season thanks to a 2-1 victory over Swansea. The Foxes were sensational in the first half despite the torrential downpour, as Jamie Vardy opened his account with a typical finish before captain Wes Morgan lashed in a totally atypical volley. City couldn't quite keep a clean sheet, but they thoroughly deserved maximum points from a wet and wild encounter.

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