"I said (to the referee): 'Well done.' It wasn't enough contact for me to go down but I was losing my balance."
"A lot of their star players turned up and delivered," said the Palace boss. Especially that man Cesc.
"They are not used to that, I'm not used to that, losing four matches in a row," says the Dutchman.
Jamie Vardy is set for up to a fortnight out through injury, according to reports.
"If I am less good or get injured, we still have a solution," says the rather uppity Frenchman.
It turns out he does want to be in management after all. Amazing what a draw with Real can do.
There's no chance of a rest for the 19-year-old. Which might be a shame for England in June.
City weren't great, but when you have Toure and Aguero that's not always detrimental.
Arsene Wenger was happy to beat Newcastle, but that Southampton defeat still lingers.
Because scoring no goals is better than scoring twice, Louis..?
Norwich are now six points above the relegation zone, two places above Chelsea. Saints are one point ahead.
Good Evans. Jonny scored a late winner as West Brom beat Stoke 2-1 at The Hawthorns.
The wheels certainly have not come off, but they're loosening. They fail to score for the third straight game.
An excellent Wayne Rooney winner at Old Trafford: a surefire sign of the apocalypse.
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