Watford and Norwich got the weekend’s top flight action under way last night, with Norwich prevailing courtesy of three unanswered goals which may spell the end of Claudio Ranieri’s short Vicarage Road reign.
Today’s early kick-off was at Goodison Park, where it’s currently half-time. Everton trail Aston Villa after Emi Buendia rose to flick the ball home from a Lucas Digne corner seconds before the half-time whistle.
In the subsequent celebrations down by the corner flag, both Digne and Matty Cash were hit by one of several bottles thrown by some idiots in the crowd. Yes, the same bottle, which ricocheted from one man’s head on to the other.
We have a trio of three o’clock kick-offs ahead of this evening’s set-to between Southampton and Manchester City at St Mary’s: Brentford host Wolves, Newcastle travel to Leeds and Manchester United take on West Ham.
We’ll keep you posted on all the goals as they go in, flag up any major talking points and keep an eye on proceedings further down the pyramid on another busy afternoon of football action.
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