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Relief for Moyes as 10-man Sunderland earn first win and all the other Premier League results

Plus, Burnley put on another late, late show at Turf Moor.

A SECOND-HALF PENALTY from Jermain Defoe gave 10-man Sunderland all three points at Bournemouth.

The home side took the lead in the 11th minute through Dan Gosling, before Victor Anichebe snatched an equaliser before half-time.

Steven Pienaar saw red in the 59th minute after picking up a second yellow card. But Defoe was on hand from the spot, after Anichebe was fouled by Adam Smith, to give David Moyes his first Premier League win as Sunderland manager.

AFC Bournemouth v Sunderland - Premier League - Vitality Stadium Source: Steven Paston

A last-gasp winner from Ashley Barnes saw Burnley climb into the top 10 in the Premier League in a topsy-turvy encounter at Turf Moor.

Sam Vokes gave the Clarets the lead after just two minutes, with Johann Berg Gudmundsson doubling the home side’s advantage before the quarter-hour mark.

Palace fought back with Connor Wickham scoring with his first touch from the bench, before Christian Benteke pulled Alan Pardew’s side level from the penalty spot with just nine minutes to go.

But Barnes’ 94th minute winner saw Burnley claim another vital three points at Turf Moor.

Burnley v Crystal Palace - Premier League - Turf Moor Source: Dave Howarth

Finally, West Ham’s miserable start at the London Stadium continued as Stoke City extended their unbeaten run to six games.

Michail Antonio gave the Hammers the lead from yet another header, with replays showing the England man’s effort coming off Glenn Whlean, before hitting the net.

Bojan earned the Potters a point though after the former Barcelona man got on the end of a Jonathan Walters cross.

West Ham United v Stoke City - Premier League - London Stadium Source: Yui Mok

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