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 By PA Sport

Tim Howard, John Stones 'immense' for Everton in draw - Roberto Martinez

Tottenham failed to pick up their first win of the season when Everton held them to a 0-0 draw at home.

Roberto Martinez hailed goalkeeper Tim Howard as "immense" after the American preserved Everton's goalless draw at Tottenham on Saturday.

Howard was instrumental in holding a dominant Spurs side with high-class saves that denied Harry Kane, Ryan Mason and Toby Alderweireld in the first half.

"Tim was immense, not just with his actions, but he was talking and had good communication with the back four," Martinez said.

"Tim is a leader and an incredible influence in the dressing room. On the pitch he's...

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Bayern's Thomas Muller happy to pass up hat trick, let Arjen Robben take penalty

Thomas Muller had a chance to record a hat trick but allowed Arjen Robben to take a penalty on Saturday.

Thomas Muller said he did not hesitate for a second about letting Arjen Robben take Bayern Munich's second penalty in their 3-0 win over Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday, even though he was on a hat trick at the time.

Having convinced Arturo Vidal to let him take the first spot kick, which saw him move on to five goals for the season in three games, he had to convince Vidal again to step aside and let Robben take -- and score -- the next penalty.

"I'm a team player," Muller told Sky Sport Deutschland....

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Manchester City were always likely to score, says Watford's Quique Sanchez

Watford manager Quique Flores says that the timing of an early second half goal by Manchester City made it difficult for his squad to recover.

Watford manager Quique Sanchez Flores admitted holding Manchester City was always likely to prove difficult for his side after the Hornets' 2-0 defeat on Saturday.

Flores' men entered half-time at the Etihad without conceding, but their resistance was broken two minutes into the second half as Raheem Sterling scored his first goal for his new club.

Fernandinho doubled the lead as the Premier League leaders finally broke the resistance of the spirited Hornets.

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Thomas Muller nets as Bayern beat Leverkusen, Stuttgart hammered

Thomas Muller celebrates his opener.

Bayern Munich continued their 100 percent record in the Bundesliga with a 3-0 win over Bayer Leverkusen thanks to a brace from Thomas Muller and one goal from Arjen Robben.

The German champions went in front when Muller converted a pass from Douglas Costa from from close range. And the Brazilian new arrival hit the post soon after.

Hakan Calhanoglu hit a free kick off the crossbar and Stefan Kiessling wasted a good chance to equalise, before Muller and Robben netted penalties...

Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri proud of his players' 'fighting spirit'

Claudio Ranieri was pleased with a draw as Jamie Vardy netted.

Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri was happy to leave the south coast with a point as his side held Bournemouth to a 1-1 draw.

Jamie Vardy scored from the penalty spot with four minutes remaining -- after Steve Cook hauled down him down in the penalty area -- to maintain Leicester's unbeaten start to the season after Callum Wilson's overhead kick in the first half. 

"In the second half we showed good spirit and character. In the end I am very pleased with the draw and I am sure we deserved it,''...

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Jonny Evans completes transfer to West Brom from Manchester United

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Tommy Smyth elaborate on the recent reports of Manchester United's Jonny Evans potentially making the move to West Bromwich Albion.

West Brom have announced the signing of Manchester United defender Jonny Evans for an undisclosed fee, ending his nine-year stay at Old Trafford.

The deal will cost the Baggies an initial £6 million transfer fee, rising to £8m with add-ons, Press Association reported.

"I hope to push the Albion up the League," Evans told West Brom's website. "It's a new, fresh challenge for me. One I'm looking forward to."

Evans will join his neighbour Darren Fletcher at West Brom, while...