Saturday live: Photos, vines and the best of twitter

Date published: Saturday 27th August 2016 11:36

Eden Hazard: On target for Chelsea

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

United left it late but grabbed a win thanks to substitute Marcus Rashford!

An action-packed afternoon in the Premier League. Hull v Man United next up.

Crystal Palace have been knocking on the door all afternoon and finally have their equaliser!

A rare Chelsea goal for Victor Moses to wrap-up a lovely afternoon at Stamford Bridge for Antonio Conte’s men.

Immediate response from the Saints.

A glimmer of hope for Swansea.

Mere seconds later, Sunderland take the lead against Southampton. Who else but Jermain Defoe?!

Team news in for today’s late game. All quiet in the 3pm kick-offs.

And some more bad news for the Premier League champions…

Mahrez misses the chance to put Leicester 3-0 up with a penalty.

Finally something for the Watford fans to cheer about at Vicarage Road. A goal from one of their new signings on debut.

The champions well on the way to their first league win of the season.

Everton are ahead from the penalty spot.

Just in case you forgot who this chap was.

Jamie Vardy

Plenty of goals so far this afternoon. Chelsea and Arsenal already in cruise control and Alan Pardew could be really starting to feel the pressure if Bournemouth can collect all three points at Crystal Palace.

Ozil is back…and on the scoresheet too. Arsenal running riot at Vicarage Road.

Looking like a very comfortable afternoon for the Blues.

Arsenal’s striker for the day finds himself on the scoresheet.

That will cheer him up! 1-0 to the Foxes.

Struggling to decide what looks more miserable. Claudio Ranieri or the weather in Leicester…

Claudio Ranieri

Here is Hazard opening the scoring for Chelsea.

Eden Hazard

Bournemouth take the lead at Selhurst Park…then Boruc saves a penalty for the visitors just moments later!

Electric start! Two Premier League heavyweights already ahead.

The most striking bit of team news from the 3pm games is the return of one Mesut Ozil for Arsenal.

A great start to the afternoon with an entertaining game at White Hart Lane. Hopefully we’re in store for a goal-fest a little later on.

Still on the bench. Sturridge is not impressed!

And there it is. Spurs have their reward.

A definite improvement from Tottenham after the break but Liverpool still in front.

It was actually Adam Lallana who strayed offside. A fantastic decision from the lino.

Bit naughty from Erik Lamela. He could be in some bother with the FA…

Erik Lamela

Very entertaining first half at White Hart Lane.

Firmino appeared to trip himself up for the Liverpool penalty. Or did Lamela have a helping hand? Very difficult call for the referee but not entirely sure he has made the right one.

Coutinho has had four of Liverpool’s five shots so far.

Philippe Coutinho

An injury to Kyle Walker has seen his afternoon come to a premature end. Dele Alli drops back to centre midfield, Harry Kane comes into the number 10 role and Vincent Janssen goes up top for the hosts.

Tottenham’s high press working very well in the opening stages.

Both managers opting for the smart/casual approach today.

Jurgen Klopp (2)

Barely five minutes in and already a HUGE chance for the Reds. Slighty undersold by the Liverpool Twitter account!

We’re underway at White Hart Lane.

Vincent Janssen dropped from Tottenham’s starting eleven, making way for Dele Alli.

Philippe Coutinho is fit for Liverpool and starts. James Milner is at left-back and Daniel Sturridge is on the bench.

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