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  • 22:54

    SUNDAY FOOTBALL LIVE
    • FT: Man City 1-1 Chelsea 
    • Zabaleta off as Lampard earns City point
    • FT: Everton 2-3 C Palace
    • FT: Leicester 5-3 Man Utd
    • Foxes rally from 2-0 and 3-1 down
    • FT: Tottenham 0-1 West Brom
    • FT: Dundee 1-4 Dundee Utd
  • 19:15

    THAT'S YOUR LOT
    And so ends another thrilling weekend of action. Don't forget, all the reaction is now going up on skysports.com and will be across SSN tonight. Sky Sports Today will return bright and early in the morning, where we'll assess all the talking points of the weekend and look ahead to the midweek games in the Capital One Cup, not to mention all the excitement ahead of the Ryder Cup and any breaking news. Until then, have a fantastic evening. 
  • 19:10

    MOURINHO SATISFIED
    And now, Jose Mourinho, who reflected on a satisfying weekend as Chelsea moved three points clear at the top of the table.
  • 19:08

    DRAW FRUSTRATES PELLEGRINI
    We'll leave you with a couple of videos in reaction to the events at the Etihad. First up, Manuel Pellegrini...
  • 19:01

    THE VERDICT
    Honours even then and a point apiece between City and Chelsea – but what did Graeme Souness and Gary Neville make of the 1-1 draw at The Etihad?
  • 18:58

    PELLEGRINI ON CHELSEA
    The City boss has had some harsh words for Chelsea and Jose Mourinho...
    We had one big team playing as a big team, and one big team playing as a small team, like the Stoke game.

  • 18:53

    PELLEGRINI ON LAMPARD
    Manuel Pellegrini insisted he had no qualms about including Lampard in his Manchester City squad today...
    I asked him if he wanted to be involved, and of course he wanted to be involved. That shows how great a professional Lampard is. I am sure he was not happy to score against such an important team in his career, but he's a good professional, he is a very good player.


  • 18:41

    MOURINHO ON SCHURRLE
    Mourinho refused to lay too much blame on Schurrle for Chelsea failing to come away from the Etihad with all three points. The German was a second-half substitute for Ramires and scored before failing to track James Milner, who set up Lampard's equaliser.
    I know the difference between Schurrle and Ramires. Schurrle scored a goal that Ramires probably doesn't score coming at the far post to meet the cross, but Ramires would never concede that goal with Milner going behind him. But this is football.

  • 18:38

    UNITED ON THE DRIFT
    Sky Bet's Tim Clement has just been explaining to Sky Sports News Radio how the Premier League outright odds have changed following a dramatic Super Sunday.
  • 18:36

    MOURINHO ON LAMPARD
    Jose Mourinho was calm when asked about the impact of Lampard scoring against Chelsea, but suggested he wasn't happy when the former England midfielder returned to play for City on loan.
    He's a Man City player. I don't believe in these histories of heart and passion, maybe I'm too pragmatic. When he decided to come to Man City, a direct competitor of Chelsea, the love story is obviously over. He did his job as a super professional that he is.

  • 18:27

    VAN GAAL'S DISBELIEF
    An incredible set of results in the Premier League today, with the two games that weren't televised producing shocks as Spurs lost at home to West Brom while Crystal Palace turned over Everton at Goodison. Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal could not believe the individual errors that contributed to his side's 5-3 humiliation at Leicester.
  • 18:25

    GARY: UNITED A JOKE
    Gary Neville believes the Etihad draw was in sharp contrast to United's defeat at Leicester earlier in the afternoon and shows how far the other teams have to go to catch City and Chelsea.
    In the biggest matches, you might only get two or three moments in the match from an attacking point of view, if you're lucky, against the best teams. It might be that you have to find the correct pass, and that's what happened out there today. Chelsea, I can only think of one moment in the game when they really had a good chance; City, very few and far between even though they played well. And you should have to play well to create chances in the big matches.

    The match between United and Leicester was a joke, that's never going to win you anything, so from the performance we saw of United, to see Chelsea-City right after that, all the other teams will see that's the level you've got to get to, where you have to work damned hard to create a moment in the game, not where you get a moment every time you go forward.

  • 18:18

    Or in video form, if you prefer...
  • 18:17

    LAMPARD CONFLICTED
    We'll have more reaction from Frank Lampard soon. For now, here's a teaser of what he had to say after the game...
  • 18:15

    'HEAD AND SHOULDERS'
    Graeme Souness was impressed by both teams at the Etihad...
    It was a fantastic game. A lot of people judge games of football on how many goals are scored. If this is their standard of football, these two teams are head and shoulders above anything else out there in the league.

  • 18:11

    TITLE ODDS
    Following a crazy, odds-defying weekend in the Premier League, Sky Bet have revised the title odds, with Liverpool and Manchester United on the drift following this weekend's defeats. Chelsea remain the favourites.
  • 18:08

    LAMPARD'S MIXED EMOTIONS
    Frank Lampard admitted he was struggling to comprehend what had just happened after scoring against Chelsea having played at the club for 13 years.
    It's a really difficult one. I'd be unprofessional if I didn't come on and do my job. I had some amazing years with Chelsea fans so I'm mixed about it, although I'm really pleased that the team I play for got a draw.
    I'm a bit lost for words. I didn't expect to come on a score like that. I came on and the Chelsea fans were singing and that's emotional then I'm playing for this club who have taken me in so brilliantly, so I'm really stuck in the middle here.

  • 18:04

    WARNOCK ENJOYS WIN
    Palace boss Neil Warnock was proud of his players after they pulled off an impressive win.

    To come back from behind, we showed a lot of character and some goods goals. I thought we could have scored more. 

  • 18:02

    BOLASIE BOOSTS PALACE
    A rare goal from winger Yannick Bolasie sealed the 3-2 away win over Everton.
  • 18:01


    A low-key celebration from Lampard after his equaliser against Chelsea  

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