Both of Liverpool's might be obvious. One of Man United's definitely is. Who impressed Peter G?
Pellegrino described the south coast derby as a 'nice game'.
Charlie Austin equalised for Southampton as they earned a 1-1 draw at rivals Bournemouth.
Given the option of criticising Guardiola, Pellegrino opted instead to criticise his own side.
Not only was The Sun's 'exclusive' a load of rubbish, their 'reveal' was too. Plus Merse has a catchphrase.
The wise money for Arsenal v Man United is not on goals. It is a different question for Liverpool, of course.
"He was only very complimentary and positive to me," says Saints star. Still a bit weird, though...
Alan Smith says Nathan Redmond should be honoured by Wednesday night’s fracas with Pep Guardiola.
Sterling, Salah and Ozil top the winners. David Moyes does not top the winners...
Pep Guardiola thinks that Southampton "didn't want to play" against Man City in their 2-1 loss.
Raheem Sterling scores in injury time to record a club record 12th successive league win for Man City.
He's been absent from most recent managerial shortlists, but why? Has Howe normalised his overachievement?
"I never imagined that he can achieve something like he did," said Guardiola's former team-mate...
No Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Man City, Man United and Tottenham. So here we bloody go...
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