Premier League video reaction

We have the best Premier League video reaction, including Man United boss David Moyes' strong words for referee Howard Webb.

Last Updated: 01/01/14 at 23:35 Post Comment

We have the best Premier League video reaction, including Manchester United boss David Moyes with some strong words for referee Howard Webb following his side's 2-1 defeat at home to Tottenham.

Moyes called the decision not to award a penalty and send Hugo Lloris off for a challenge on Ashley Young "scandalous" as he let rip to reports after the game.

Spurs chief Tim Sherwood also commented on the decision.

Arsenal had to wait until late in proceedings for a 2-0 win over Cardiff and manager Arsene Wenger felt the leaders were well worth the three points.

Cardiff now look to the future with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer set to be appointed as the club's new manager and the Bluebirds squad are backing the upcoming appointment of the Norwegian.

Jose Mourinho faced the press after a convincing 3-0 win for his Chelsea side at Southampton with the opening Blues goal coming from Fernando Torres.

Liverpool bounced back from two defeats on the spin with a 2-0 victory at home to Hull and Brendan Rodgers called it the Reds' "best win of the season", while Tigers chief Steve Bruce reflected on a "difficult afternoon".

Yaya Toure was the man of the match in front of the Sky Sports cameras as Manchester City got 2014 in the Premier League under way with a 3-2 victory at Swansea.

City manager Manuel Pellegrini enjoyed his trip to Wales and Swans boss Michael Laudrup believed the third goal left the hosts with too much to do.

It didn't take long for Leighton Baines to provide his verdict after netting from the penalty spot in injury-time to secure a 1-1 draw for Everton against Stoke.

Potters manager Mark Hughes also had his say.

Sam Allardyce was in a bad mood as he hit out at Kevin Nolan following the West Ham captain's red card in the 2-1 defeat at Fulham.

Nolan's fate was of no concern to Rene Meulensteen and Scott Parker after an important win for the Cottagers.

Saido Berahino was the hero for West Brom with the only goal of the game against Newcastle.

Rival managers Keith Downing and Alan Pardew also made it in front of the cameras.

Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert was all smiles after an incredibly welcome 1-0 win at Sunderland but it's fair to say Black Cats supremo Gus Poyet wasn't feeling quite as chipper.

Crystal Palace v Norwich finished in a 1-1 draw with Tony Pulis and Chris Hughton providing the respective opinions from the dugout.

We also have the full story of Soccer Saturday for you to enjoy plus plenty more treats on our football video index!


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