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Cologne come from behind to beat Hamburg, Stuttgart hammered

Anthony Modeste slots home his penalty.

Cologne came from behind to get the better of Hamburg 2-1 at the Mungersdorfer Stadion, thanks in no small part to a controversial second-half penalty decision.

Sven Schipplock stole in between some sleeping Cologne defenders and pulled the ball back for Lewis Holtby, to place his shot low into the bottom left-hand corner and give Hamburg the lead in the second half.

Philipp Hosiner then ghosted in between two defenders to turn Jonas Hector's cross in from close range to bring Cologne level, and...

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew hails 'best performance' in Chelsea win

Joel Ward heads home the winner for Palace.

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew claims that the 2-1 win over Chelsea was his side's best performance since he joined as manager.

Joel Ward popped up with a late winner, after Bakary Sako's opener had been cancelled out by Falcao, as Palace earned their first win at Stamford Bridge since 1982.

Palace have now won eight of their 10 away matches in the league under Pardew, who has three victories against Mourinho in the last two seasons.

"This is the best performance since I've been Crystal Palace...

Brendan Rodgers: Liverpool need to improve defending after West Ham defeat

ESPNFC's Shaka Hislop reflects on his former club West Ham's first win at Anfield since 1963, leaving Brendan Rodgers with much to ponder.

Brendan Rodgers said he was "disappointed" by Liverpool's 3-0 loss to West Ham at Anfield and insisted that his side have to defend better.

A goal from Manuel Lanzini inside five minutes set the tone and Mark Noble doubled the lead before the half. Liverpool then had Philippe Coutinho sent off for a second yellow card, before Diafra Sakho put the seal on the win to end their unbeaten start to the campaign.

"The first goal is a cheap goal and that gave them a motivation and fight," Rodgers told BBC...