Premier League: Fábio Carvalho’s 98th-minute winner drove Newcastle to despair at Anfield and sparked a mass confrontation between the dug-outs as Liverpool sealed an unlikely comeback against Eddie Howe’s side. Andy Hunter was at Anfield to witness the late drama and quickly change the opening paragraph of his match report accordingly.
Premier League: Managerless Bournemouth restored a smidgen of pride following their mauling at the hands of Liverpool, while Wolves were booed off by their travelling fans. Ben Fisher reports from the Vitality Stadium.
Premier League: The margins are usually tight whenever these two clubs showdown and it was Antonio Conte who was grateful for a point in the end after Tomas Soucek’s second-half strike canceled out Thilo Kehrer’s own goal, writes Ed Aarons from the London Stadium.
Liverpool nick it at the death! Newcastle are made to pay for their timewasting tactics and conede an equaliser in the eighth of five suggested minutes of added time. Birthday boy Fabio Carvalho was in the right place to convert from close range off the cross bar with a tidy finish and leave Newcastle’s players and their manager looking absolutely devastated.
Liverpool snatch it at the death! Fabio Carvalho hooks the ball home from close range with practically the final kick of the game after a goalmouth scramble at a late, late corner. Sensational scenes!
Liverpool 1-1 Newcastle: They’re deep into added time at Anfield, where unlikely saviour Joe Gomez has just fired high over the bar from distance for Liverpool.
Liverpool 1-1 Newcastle: Liverpool are piling on the pressure as they seek a late winner, while the players of Newcastle are putting on an exhibition of time-wasting.
Premier League: An entertaining derby draws to a close at the London Stadium, where Thomas Soucek equalised for West Ham after his team-mate Thilo Kehrer had put Spurs ahead with an own goal.
Liverpool 1-1 Newcastle United: A poor clearance from Dan Burn presents an opportunity for Luis Diaz but Kieran Trippier sticks out a leg and gets enough on the shot to remove the sting and make the save straightforward for Nick Pope. THey’re into the final 10 minutes at Anfield, where the scores are level but Liverpool are in the ascendency.
Premier League: The narrow margin of victory flattered a largely woeful, shapeless Aston Villa but the very fact of it will cheer Mikel Arteta, writes Nick Ames from the Emirates Stadium.
Premier League: Erling Haaland scored a first-half hat-trick while his fellow summer signing Julian Alvarez bagged a brace as the champions swatted Nottingham FOrest aside. Jamie Jackson was at the Etihad Stadium to see the action unfold …
West Ham 1-1 Tottenham: Harry Kane misses the kind of chance you’d expect a man of his talents to score in his sleep, volleying wide from eight yards after industrious work by Ivan Perisic.
Premier League: It was a familiar story for Wolves, who dominated their hosts throughout but came up woefully short when it came to sticking the ball in the onion bag.
Premier League: Arsenal make it five wins from five, surviving a late scare to win courtesy of goals from Gabriels Jesus and Martinelli. Aston Villa have three points from their opening five games and one suspects Steven Gerrard might be under a little bit of pressure.
Anfield has woken up! Roberto Firmino sidefoots home to restore parity for Liverpool.
Premier League: It’s all over at the Etihad, where Manchester CIty appear to have scored a goal that I completely missed. Julian Alvarez scored his second of the evening in the 87th minute to provide me with my Kamara moment.
Liverpool 0-1 Newcastle: Joe Willock throws his body on the line to block an Andy RObertson shot from the edge of the Liverpool penalty area. Moments later, Alexander Isak gets in behind the Liverpool defence, holds it up before cutting inside two defenders to “score” his second of the evening. It’s a cracking effort, but it’s been ruled out for offside as he mis-timed his run from the halfway line.
Arsenal 2-1 Aston Villa: Martin Odegaard has been forced off after coming out second best from a John McGinn challenge. He’s replaced by Emile Smith-Rowe.
Liverpool 0-1 Newcastle: The second half is under way at Anfield, where the atmosphere is conspicuously flat. Perhaps fans are distracted by events in Germany, where Sadio Mane has just scored his fifth goal in six matches for Bayern Munich.
West Ham equalise. After excellent work from Michail Antonio, Tomas Soucek takes a touch and fires past Hugo Lloris. That’s his second goal of the season.
Arsenal retake the lead: Emi Martinez gets a hand to Gabriel Martinelli’s shot but can’t keep it out.
Aston Villa equalise! For the second time in a fortnight, Douglas Luiz scores directly from a corner, whipping the ball home from the quadrant as various team-mates block goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale.
Manchester City 5-0 Nottingham Forest: In a one-on-one with Dean Henderson, RIyad Mahrez misses a sitter, rolling the ball just wide of the upright. In good news for Nottingham Forest, Erling Haaland has left the field after scoring a perfect hat-trick. In bad news for Nottingham Forest, he’s been replaced by Kevin De Bruyne.
City pile on the pain. After good work from Riyad Mahrez, Julian Alvarez marks his full Manchester City debut with a goal, cutting inside to nutmeg Dean Henderon with a low, rasping drive.
Liverpool 0-1 Newcastle: It’s half-time at Anfield, where Liverpool are one down to an Alexander Isak debut goal scored off the back of a cheap giveaway from Trent Alexander-Not-Isak.
Bournemouth 0-0 Wolves: Not much happening but just your gentle reminder that this game is actually taking place. Wolves midfielder Joao Moutinho fires a free-kick into the Bournemouth defensive wall.
Isak scores on his debut. Cleared to play this afternoon after being granted a work permit, Alexander Isak is played in behind by Sean Longstaff and find himself one-on=-one with Alisson. He makes no mistake, smashing the ball home.
It’s not that man again! Joao Cancelo floats a shot past Dean Henderon into the top corner from the edge of the Forest penalty area.
Liverpool 0-0 Newcastle: Ruben Diaz runs on to a Fabinho pass, takes the ball wide – a little too wide – around Nick Pope and fires over the bar.
Liverpool 0-0 Newcastle: Kieran Trippier shoots straight at Alisson, standing in the middle of his goal, with a free-kick from about 22 yards out. You’d expect better from him in that position.