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- Spurs 3-1 Fulham – Kane ends wait for August Premier League goal
- Everton 2-1 Southampton – Walcott & Richarlison; Ings replies on debut
- Leicester 2-0 Wolves (Doherty OG, Maddison) – Vardy sent off
- West Ham 1-2 Bournemouth – Wilson & S Cook after Arnautovic pen
- Cardiff 0-0 Newcastle – Kenedy injury-time penalty saved
- Hazard on bench for Chelsea against Arsenal (17:30 BST)
Not looking good for Arsenal right now. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang misses a sitter and seconds later Alvaro Morata scores to make it 2-0 to Chelsea.
Harry Kane, speaking BBC Sport: “I feels nice to score. It is a great win for us.
“I had a few chances and I would have liked to have done better, but I was there to score the third.
“I can put it in the back of my mind now. A lot of people talked about it. It always seemed to happen in August for me.
“I could have probably had a hat-trick today on another day.”
Leicester manager Claude Puel, speaking to Match of the Day: “I think perhaps this team, Wolverhampton, deserve a result, but we took three points that are important. Congratulations for Wolves because they played well. They are difficult to read. They cause a lot of difficulty. It is difficult to defend against them. In the first few minutes it was crazy without anticipation. We were lucky.
“Also congratulations to my players as they kept a good attitude and mentality. It was important to have the right attitude.”
Wolves boss Nuno Santo, speaking to Match of the Day: “Everybody saw that [we lacked luck]. We started very well. But you have to be clinical. That bit of quality to put the ball in. The way we played makes me proud but I am not happy with the result. We have to be accurate in the final moment.
“In every division, in football when you are the team that punishes first you can control the situation and emotions. We created enough to have scored.
“We must improve as a team to integrate new players and get talent out on the pitch.
“We could and should do better.”
Everton boss Marco Silva on Richarlison to Sky Sports: “Important for him and for his team-mates as well. I don’t like to
talk about one player, but he is working hard,
enjoying where he is, helping his team-mates, and his team-mates helping him.”
On the game in general: “It was a good first-half and we deserve the three points.
“We dug in at the end and we need to be stronger on conceding at set pieces, that is something we can work hard to improve.”
We’re all currently picking over the wreckage of our Fantasy Football teams. Some of us have Kenedy. Some of us have Jamie Vardy. Some of us have West Ham players.
Going to be a long season.
Meanwhile, here is Marco Silva, talking about a player we should have picked…
More from Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe…
On David Brooks’ performance: “Really pleased, he was excellent for us and going forward had a goal threat. His overall play showed more experience than his age so really good game for him.”
On sticking with player from last season: “We pride ourselves on being loyal to players who have earned it. They have been brilliant for me, there is more continuity for us. There’s other to come in so the squad looks very strong.”
On missed chances: “I’m not going to be critical but we could have scored more. We were creative and opened them up.”
On 150 league wins as a manager: “I didn’t know that, that’s nice to know. I don’t keep count so when you get to milestones it is nice to be told.”
Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic, speaking to BBC Sport: “In the important moments Spurs showed great quality. After scoring a quality second goal, they scored a quality third goal.
“We had good moments in the game, especially at the start of the second half. We scored and had chances to score a second.
“We always try to find a way to win the games. We started the second half well and scored, but to be honest, they changed shape to a diamond and we did not have enough power to stop them.
“My team showed great effort and pushed hard, but it is not easy for a new Premier League team, but this must encourage us.”
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe speaking to BBC Sport:
On the win: “Excellent win, excellent performance, especially the second
half. 1-0 down, to come back there’s a lot of work to do so credit to the
Every team is reliant on their creative players, all those for
us functioned well in the second half. How we haven’t scored more we have look back, but it is a good sign.”
On WIlson’s goal: “We really needed it, a really good goal. He is outnumbered and
showed his pace and it was a really good finish. Hopefully the start he needs
to believe he can have a good season we know he is capable.”
Aleksandar Mitrovic, speaking to Sky Sports: “We had good moments in this game and we created chances and we should have used them.
“When you play the very top teams you can’t afford to make mistakes and we made a lot of mistakes today.
“We are disappointed, but we will try and recover for the next big game.”
Leicester goalscorer James Maddison, speaking to Match of the Day: “It was not an easy game. They have a lot of quality. We maybe rode our luck but we deserve the three points.
“They caused us problems. Sometimes you need luck but we are happy to come out victorious.
“It is a dream come true to score in the Premier League. To top the win off with a goal is brilliant.
“Kasper [Schmeichel] said to me that this is Premier League football. It is not always pretty and tricks. It takes hard work.”
SMS Message: For all the money West Ham have spent, wasn’t it obvious that the area to strengthen is in defence and a defensive midfielder? You don’t win games when you leak like a sieve. from Tony Cocozza, London
For all the money West Ham have spent, wasn’t it obvious that the area to strengthen is in defence and a defensive midfielder? You don’t win games when you leak like a sieve.
Bournemouth goalscorer Callum Wilson:
On the match: We made hard work of it, being 1-0 down is never easy away
from home. We showed great character.
On West Ham’s penalty: I didn’t have a great view, the lads say it was a dive so I’ve got to believe
my team-mates. I’d like to watch it back myself.
On his goal: Just to score, I was stretching for the ball, turned,
started running and it was opening up for me. I saw a gap burst through and
showed composure at the end.
On going joint top of the table: Nice for little old Bournemouth. Now it is about being consistent,
we have another tough game next week.
Harry Kane, speaking to Sky Sports: “I thought we played really well and we created a lot of chances. But credit to Fulham and only after about 60 minutes did we start to take it into more dangerous areas.
“It looked like it would be one of those days for me, but that is the game of a striker.
“We have been playing with each other for a long time this team. The gaffer has said he is not going to just bring in players for the sake of it.
“It is a good start with two wins out of two.”
Jay: Fair play to Pochettino for the positive substitutions that changed the game for Spurs.
Paul: Early days but with Spurs top, West Ham bottom and Kane scoring in August I’d call that a good day all round. Transfer spending talk all done now?
Leicester home and dry.
They weathered the first 15, hit twice before the break and held on after Jamie Vardy was dismissed.
It is the Foxes first win. Wolves remain without one this campaign.
A good day for Marco Silva at Goodison Park, as his Everton side beat Southampton.
Two out of two for Tottenham. They had to work for it, but the win is deserved.
Oh, and Harry Kane has a goal in August.
Two wins in two for Bournemouth as they come from behind to beat West Ham, who are rooted to the bottom of the table.