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Hypervenom Phantom II Jose Mourinho watched Manchester United’s problems mount as in-form Watford midfielder Etienne Capoue inspired a comprehensive 3-1 win over their illustrious visitors at Vicarage Road.
Following last week’s derby defeat to Manchester City and the midweek Europa League loss at Feyenoord, Mourinho had hoped for much more from his big-spending stars.
But once again too many of them were anonymous and it was hardly surprising when Capoue struck his fourth goal in six games to put the hosts in front.
X 16+ Purechaos white Although Marcus Rashford levelled on 62 minutes with United’s first shot on target, Camilo Zuniga came off the bench and scored almost immediately before a late Troy Deeney penalty secured Watford’s first win over United since 1986.
Harry Kane scored the winner and then left the pitch on a stretcher as Tottenham secured a 1-0 victory over struggling Sunderland.
Kane’s second goal of the season came to Spurs’ rescue at White Hart Lane but he was carried off in the 89th minute after Mousa Dembele and Eric Dier had also left the pitch due to injuries.
Superfly Mercurial V fg The Black Cats, who are still winless this season, were reduced to 10 men late on when Adnan Januzaj was shown a second yellow card but the sending off barely affected the contest, which Spurs dominated from start to finish.
Stoke boss Mark Hughes is coming under increasing pressure after his side continued their dreadful start to the new campaign with a 4-1 loss at Crystal Palace.
women superfly mercurial V The result means Stoke have now conceded 14 goals in a run of four defeats from five league fixtures, piling the problems on Hughes as he seeks a way to turn their worrying start around.
James Tomkins headed home an Andros Townsend cross to give Palace a ninth minute lead then Scott Dann also headed home to double the home side’s advantage.
James McArthur grabbed the third for Palace with a slightly deflected drive in the 71st minute, and Townsend added a fourth before Marko Arnautovic grabbed a consolation for Stoke in injury time.
Charlie Austin proved his point by climbing off the bench to secure Southampton’s first Premier League win of the season as they edged out Swansea at St Mary’s Stadium.
The striker was back among the substitutes against the Swans despite his two-goal heroics in the Europa League win over Sparta Prague on Thursday night.
Magista orden II yellow But having watched his team-mates spurn a host of chances to take the lead, Austin found the net just 10 minutes after coming on to snatch a 1-0 victory and give Saints boss Claude Puel his first win in the English top-flight.