Should Arsenal feel hard done by Stoke defeat? (2:35)
Prem Team of the Weekend: Week 2 (3:44)
Is Wembley Stadium hurting Tottenham? (3:09)
Nicol: Spurs outplayed Chelsea in defeat (3:20)
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5hPA Sport

Bilic lauds Hernandez goalscoring ability

Javier Hernandez's first goals for West Ham were the club's reward for a two-year pursuit that has finally given them a clinical finisher.

5hTom Sweetman

Pogba leads Team of the Weekend again

For the second week in a row, ESPN FC's Team of the Weekend includes Paul Pogba and some Manchester United stars. But who else makes the cut?

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5hPA Sport

Mahrez sets example for transfer targets

Leicester defender Danny Simpson insists Riyad Mahrez is an example to fellow professionals over how to handle transfer speculation.

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7hJonathan Smith

Fernandinho wary of danger-man Rooney

Fernandinho says Manchester City must be aware of danger man Wayne Rooney ahead of their Premier League clash with Everton on Monday night.

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9hPeter O'Rourke

Okaka faces uncertain Watford future - sources

Watford striker Stefano Okaka could be forced to consider his future at the club if he is not playing reguarly this season, sources have told ESPN FC.

Kilpatrick: Spurs loss down to individual mistakes (3:13)
Pochettino: Wembley not to blame for Spurs' defeat (1:02)
Conte praises Chelsea 'fighters' vs. Tottenham (0:57)
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9hMark Ogden

Ogden: Spurs must reverse Wembley curse

Tottenham did enough to beat Chelsea on Sunday but still fell to a 2-1 defeat, writes Mark Ogden. Is Wembley to blame or is it purely a fluke?

10hLiam Twomey

Chelsea inspired by Wembley in win - Conte

Antonio Conte revealed that his Chelsea players had been inspired by the prospect of playing at Wembley after Sunday's 2-1 victory over Tottenham.

10hIain Macintosh

OnScene at Huddersfield vs. Newcastle

ESPN FC was "OnScene" at the John Smith's Stadium as Huddersfield Town hosted Premier League football for the first-ever time.

Benitez: Newcastle have goals in them (0:55)
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11hJohn Crace

Lloris and Wanyama's day to forget

Hugo Lloris and Victor Wanyama had a match to forget as Tottenham's Wembley hoodoo continued against Chelsea.

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11hPhil Lythell

Marcos Alonso the Chelsea hero

Marcos Alonso was at the double to seal Chelsea's first win of the season and continue the Blues' Wembley hex over their bitter rivals.

Tottenham vs. Chelsea: Player ratings (3:23)
Wagner: Huddersfield are not lucky (1:33)
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11hESPN staff

Poch: Domestic cup wins mean nothing

Pochettino, who guided Spurs to second place in the Premier League last season, said he believed the club had to set their sights higher.