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JESSE Lin­gard scored twice as 10-man Manch­ester United beat Ar­se­nal 3-1 in a pul­sat­ing Premier League clash at the Emi­rates Sta­dium.

An­to­nio Va­len­cia scored the other goal for United, who had Paul Pogba sent off for stamp­ing. Alexan­dre La­cazette replied.

Sam Al­lardyce be­gan his Ever­ton reign with a 2-0 vic­tory over Hud­der­s­field at Good­i­son Park.

Gylfi Sig­urds­son broke the dead­lock at the start of the sec­ond half with a neat fin­ish into the bot­tom cor­ner be­fore Do­minic Calvert-Lewin’s de­flected goal made sure of the points with 17 min­utes re­main­ing.

Alan Pardew picked up a point in his first game in charge of West Brom as they drew 0-0 against his former club Crys­tal Palace.

Liver­pool ex­tended their un­beaten run to eight games in all com­pe­ti­tions with a 5-1 vic­tory at Brighton.

Emre Can pow­ered a header home on the half-hour mark and two min­utes later Roberto Firmino fin­ished a fine team move to put the Reds 2-0 up.

Firmino added his sec­ond three min­utes after half-time but Glenn Mur­ray slot­ted home a penalty for Brighton al­most im­me­di­ately after Jor­dan Hen­der­son pushed Shane Duffy.

The Reds added gloss to the score­line in the clos­ing stages cour­tesy of a fine Philippe Coutinho strike and a Lewis Dunk own goal.

Eden Haz­ard struck twice as Chelsea came from be­hind to beat New­cas­tle 3-1 on Rafael Benitez’s re­turn to Stamford Bridge in the early kick-off.

Tot­ten­ham’s win­less run in the league was ex­tended to four games after they were held to a 1-1 draw by Wat­ford.

Chris­tian Kabasele opened the scor­ing for the Hor­nets after 13 min­utes be­fore Son He­ung-min con­verted Chris­tian Erik­sen’s cross from close range to equalise.

Burn­ley were beaten 1-0 at Le­ices­ter with De­marai Gray scor­ing the only goal of the game in the sixth minute.

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