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Manchester United beat Chelsea 4-0 in EPL

Marcus Rashford scored twice as Manchester United began their Premier League campaign with an emphatic win over Chelsea at Old Trafford. England forward Rashford opened the scoring from the penalty spot after being fouled by Kurt Zouma. New £80m signing Harry Maguire won the ball which started the sweeping move for Anthony Martial to double the lead. Rashford made it 3-0 before new signing Daniel James scored on a bad day for new Chelsea boss Frank Lampard. Chelsea had their moments before United scored three second-half goals. The Blues hit…

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Jose Mourinho finally gets a job for the season

Former Chelsea and Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has landed a job for the 2019/20 Premier League season. The Portuguese has been out of job in the Premier League since last December after Manchester United sacked him. He has always said he was anxious to return to coaching but has not received the right offer and project yet. Mourinho has now joined the Sky Sports punditry team for the 2019/20, according to the network. ✍️ NEW SEASON, NEW SIGNING ✍️ Three-time Premier League winner Jose Mourinho will join the Sky…

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Manchester City get title defence off in style

Raheem Sterling scored a hat-trick as Manchester City got their title defence off to a winning start with victory at West Ham in game that saw the video assistant referee play a significant role for the first time in the Premier League. The technology is making its debut in England’s top flight this season and, after last night’s curtain raiser between Liverpool and Norwich passed off without incident, it took centre-stage on Saturday. VAR was first called on when Gabriel Jesus appeared to have put City 3-0 up midway through…

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Liverpool beat Norwich 4-1 in EPL opener

Liverpool scored four first-half goals as they started the new Premier League season with a blistering performance to demolish newly-promoted Norwich City at Anfield. Norwich captain Grant Hanley scored the opening goal of the top-flight season when he sliced Divock Origi’s cross into his own net before Mohamed Salah opened his account after a pass by Roberto Firmino. German midfielder Marco Stipermann forced a fine save by Reds keeper Alisson before an unmarked Virgil van Dijk headed the third from Salah’s corner, Origi nodding the fourth after a stunning pass…

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