# Premier League

Last month
March 2023
# remorse
Shaw apologises for 'embarrassing' 7-0 defeat to Liverpool
The Old Trafford side unravelled in a loss that matched their heaviest ever defeat.
# Cutting The Mustard
Seamus Coleman wins Match of the Day's Goal of the Month award
Coleman’s tight-angled volley against Leeds made him the seventh Irish winner of the BBC award.
# Take a Bow
Mo Salah's joy after making history
The Egyptian became Liverpool’s record Premier League goalscorer on Sunday.
# Woe
Kean sent off after 40 seconds as season goes from bad to worse for Juve
The Everton loanee saw red moments after being introduced as a substitute.
# Relief
Ex-Leeds star helps 10-man Barca earn nervy win, Real Madrid stumble
Raphinha’s header was the difference between the sides.
# Unhappy
Furious Erik ten Hag criticises ‘unprofessional’ Man United
A week on from lifting the Carabao Cup and ending the club’s six-year wait for silverware, the Old Trafford giants were brought back down to earth.
# thrashing
Liverpool score 7 to humiliate shambolic Manchester United
Mo Salah eclipsed Robbie Fowler’s record, while Cody Gapko and Darwin Nunez also claimed braces.
# Report
Everton left frustrated in relegation six-pointer
Brennan Johnson was the hero for Nottingham Forest.
# Reaction
'He was ready' - Praise for Nathan Collins after spell out of Wolves' team
Meanwhile, Will Smallbone also attracted acclaim for his display.
# Hands Up
'We have let the club down' - Rice apologises after West Ham's 4-0 defeat
The Hammers came horribly unstuck against Brighton.
# Crunch time
Next fortnight 'will define' Man City's season - Guardiola
The champions have a free week before returning to Premier League action against Crystal Palace.
# talking point
Are Manchester United back?
The Red Devils won the first trophy of the Erik ten Hag era last weekend and face another big test at Liverpool today.
# struggling
West Ham fans turn on Moyes and Spurs Champions League hopes hit
Carlos Alcaraz gave Southampton a welcome lift with win over Leicester
# Joy
First goal in 396 minutes sees Chelsea earn much-needed victory
There was relief for Graham Potter amid a victory over relegation-threatened Leeds.
# Thriller
97th-minute drama sees leaders Arsenal seal incredible comeback win
Bournemouth were two goals ahead before the Gunners’ late show.
# title race
Man City beat Newcastle to close in on Arsenal
The result saw Pep Guardiola’s men cut the Gunners’ lead at the top of the table to two points.
# plea
Jurgen Klopp and Erik ten Hag call for end to tragedy chants
Manchester United and Liverpool meet at Anfield tomorrow.
# Comeback
Antonio Conte to return to Spurs as doubts about squad's mentality increase
Assistant Cristian Stellini admitted “we have to work on this aspect every day and fight against ourselves” after being dumped out of the FA Cup in midweek.
# Sorry
Tottenham apologise to fans after shock defeat
Spurs were upset by Sheffield United in the FA Cup.
# Manchester United
Ten Hag hails Garnacho - 'It is a great skill when you are fearless'
Garnacho completed the turnaround at Old Trafford as Manchester United came from behind to beat West Ham in the FA Cup.
# Conflict
Newcastle chairman ‘a sitting minister of Saudi government’ – US court document
The Premier League received “legally-binding assurances” that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia would not have any control over the club.
# Premier League
Salah keeps run going as Liverpool beat Wolves to boost top-four hopes
The Reds closed the gap on fourth-placed Tottenham with a battling 2-0 win.
Arsenal march on at Premier League summit by thrashing Everton
The Gunners are five points clear of Manchester City again.
# Flashback
How a 7-0 hammering by Arsenal helped shape Mikel Arteta's early Everton career
Kevin Kilbane and Alan Stubbs recall the impact made by the young Spaniard when he first arrived at Goodison Park in 2005.
This year
Defiant Harry Maguire insists he will fight for starting spot
The 29-year-old was named among the Man United substitutes in the Carabao Cup final against Newcastle.
# title race
Guardiola aims dig at big-spending Man United
The City boss could not resist a joke about financial matters.
# Take a Bow
De Zerbi pays tribute to 'one of the best centre-backs in the Premier League'
Lewis Dunk is in line to reach a milestone in Tuesday’s FA Cup fifth-round tie at Stoke.
# Wrap
Relegation twist as Everton suffer blow while Leeds and West Ham secure vital wins
Sean Dyche’s 100 per cent home record at Goodison Park ended by Aston Villa.
# Table Toppers
Martinelli goal enough to edge Arsenal clear in title race
Mikel Arteta’s side remain top of the table heading into their home clash with struggling Everton on Wednesday night.
# Concern
Chelsea boss Graham Potter reveals he and his kids have received death threats
The Stamford Bridge boss has been targeted by an anonymous account in the wake of the team’s recent poor form.
# Advocacy
‘Why are they executing so many people? 81 before the Chelsea match’
A group of Newcastle fans won’t be cheering if the club beat Man United on Sunday.
# all change
Klopp says he signed new Liverpool contract ahead of rebuild this summer
Anfield boss says ‘tricky’ time ahead as he bids to reshape squad.
# Advice
Erik ten Hag meets Alex Ferguson ahead of Barcelona showdown
The European heavyweights go toe to toe in the return leg of their play-off at a packed Old Trafford.
# Despair
Jurgen Klopp feels Real Madrid tie is over
The Spanish side will take a 5-2 lead back to the Bernabeu in three weeks’ time.
# Setback
Man City trio to miss Champions League clash
Kevin de Bruyne, Aymeric Laporte and John Stones have been ruled out of Wednesday’s last 16 first leg with RB Leipzig.
# Unhappy
Liverpool fans vent their fury at 'liars' Uefa, BT Sport apologise to club
Reds supporters booed the Champions League anthem.
# Claim
Liverpool not up for sale, says John W Henry
In November FSG announced it was looking at all options as the club bid to remain competitive.
# statement
Spurs call for action after ‘utterly reprehensible’ abuse towards Son Heung-min
The online abuse occurred during Tottenham’s 2-0 triumph over London rivals West Ham on Sunday.
# Unimpressed
'It was rubbish' – Erik ten Hag rages at Man United's start
The manager thought the 3-0 scoreline flattered his side against Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester.
# Captain Fantastic
'The keeper would have anticipated a cross' - Seamus Coleman on wonder goal
The Ireland international’s strike proved the difference as the Toffees edged Leeds.