Saturday live: Photos, vines and the best of twitter

Date published: Saturday 20th August 2016 12:12

King Power Stadium: Hosts Leicester v Arsenal

TEAMtalk looks at the major incidents, brings you the best photos and vines, as well as the best of Twitter, on the second weekend of the 2016/17 Premier League season.

Leicester and Arsenal both collect their first point of the Premier League season, but a pretty disappointing end to an afternoon which was packed with goals, goals, goals.

Still deadlocked between Leicester and Arsenal. Arsene Wenger decides to plays his ace in the pack.

All quiet at the King Power until Danny Drinkwater took a tumble in the area just before half-time… but no penalty given by Mark Clattenburg.

It has been a long day.

Leicester fan

Granit Xhaka starts for Arsenal.

Leicester team to play Arsenal.

Full-time results in the EFL.

We’re giving up gambling forever after these results today.

Amazing stat after an amazing game at the City Ground.

Hull are doing a Leicester this season….

Chelsea have turned it right round at Watford.

Spurs finally make the breakthrough at White Hart Lane.

£33m summer signing Michy Batshuayi is up and running for Chelsea. It’s 1-1 at Vicarage Road.

Hull are making this Premier League lark look easy….

Someone should write a song about this fella….

The Toffees have turned it round at West Brom.

Another coupon buster brewing at Vicarage Road.

EFL half-time scores.

No doubt what the story of the day is shaping up to be. Liverpool have it all to do…

Premier League half-times:

An excellent goal from Mirallas has got Everton back on level terms at The Hawthorns.

Why does it always rain on me? Klopp must be feeling frustrated by Liverpool’s display so far.

Jurgen Klopp: Watches the action at Turf Moor

It remains goalless at White Hart Lane.

Little to choose between the sides at Vicarage Road.

Huge story shaping up at Turf Moor. Some might say ‘typical Liverpool’ after last week’s win at Arsenal.

Gareth McAuley is always a good outside bet for first goalscorer. He was 33/1 today. Was anyone on?

Electric start at Turf Moor as Sam Vokes gives Burnley the lead against Liverpool

Boring James Milner at his brilliant best today.

All over at the Bet365 Stadium.

Nolito grabs his second of the game, with an assist this time from the impressive Raheem Sterling.

Nice supporter photo of Wood celebrating his goal for Leeds. The Whites are 2-0 winners at Hillsborough.

Chris Wood doubles Leeds’ lead at Sheffield Wednesday. An early coupon buster with the Whites set to secure the first win of Garry Monk’s reign.

Nolito combines with fellow sub Iheanacho to wrap up the points for Man City

Daniel Sturridge starts for Liverpool at Burnley. James Milner at left-back for the Red, with Alberto Moreno benched.

Meanwhile in South Yorkshire, Leeds United have gone ahead at Sheffield Wednesday.

Bojan with the penalty. Man City’s lead cut to 2-1. Can Stoke mount a comeback?

Mike Dean, refeering superstar.

Stoke handed the chance to pull a goal back as Mike Dean evens the scores in terms of dodgy penalty awards….

Aguero clearly enjoys playing Stoke.

2-0 City. Aguero again. World-class run and headed finish.

Stoke’s official twitter feed are far from happy with the decision to penalise Ryan Shawcross. It certainly looked a harsh one….

City take the lead through Sergio Aguero from the spot, with the Argentinian quickly putting his midweek penalty demons behind him.

0-0 after 25 minutes – but Man City’s official twitter feed has been impressed with Raheem Sterling’s display so far….

They start them young at the Bet365 Stadium these days….

Young Stoke fans: Pose with a Go-Pro

Joe Hart has again been left on the Man City bench:

Stoke hand a full debut to summer signing Joe Allen, with Xherdan Shaqiri ruled out with injury:

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