Maurizio Sarri reveals his biggest concern after Wolves defeat

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has warned his players against complacency

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has warned his players against complacency

He said: "It's not important for me".

Manchester United, who are 18 points behind leaders City and eight adrift of fourth-placed Chelsea after three successive draws, are at home to bottom club Fulham.

"We have to play and to fight to be in the top four I think".

"This is a performance of big soul and heart", Mourinho said. "When you score a goal and lose it's not the same feeling".

Amid an underperforming side this season, goalkeeper David de Gea has remained in nearly impeccable form, but the Spaniard spilled Shkodran Mustafi's header over the line to hand Arsenal the lead 26 minutes in.

De Gea should have comfortably held Shkodran Mustafi's 26th-minute downward header but merely juggled it over his head and over the line.

The third summed up: "Marcos Alonso is disappointing on so many levels".

"After this match we lost confidence, but maybe it is better".

Nevertheless, Van Dijk acknowledges there is a long way to go, with Liverpool and City not certain to be the two teams battling it out for the title at the end of the season.

With Burnley throwing everything forward in the dying minutes to try to secure a point, Liverpool broke up the field and Salah teed up Xherdan Shaqiri, who fired a first-time shot past Hart in stoppage time. So I am really very anxious for this, not for the result'.

His only concern was a nasty-looking ankle injury sustained by Joe Gomez in the first half.

Harry Kane scored one goal and set up another in a win for Tottenham that showed the size of the task facing new Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuettl, who watched from the stands at Wembley Stadium on the day he was hired as Mark Hughes' replacement.

It's worth backing Fulham at favourable odds to take their first away point of the Ranieri-era, against a United side that are without a win in their last four Premier League games.

But two goals in four second-half minutes by Raul Jimenez and Diogo Jota brought a dramatic turnaround after the visitors had wasted several opportunities to close out the game.

"I think we played very well for 55 minutes", Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri said.

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