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Live Reporting

Ben Collins and Phil Dawkes

All times stated are UK

  1. Thank you and goodnight

    That is pretty much it for our live coverage of today's Premier League football.

    Allow me to point you in the direction of some of our content, such as match reports:

    Leicester 2-2 Brentford

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    West Ham 0-2 Man City

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    We go again next weekend.

  2. 'A guy who scored goals all his life is going to score here'

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Man City

    Manchester City

    Man City boss Pep Guardiola, speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live: "We were not able to win in the last few years, today we arrive and concede nothing. We were controlled, everybody was involved in defence and after we had the threat from Erling who today scored the two goals.

    "If he didn't score, people would say 'he cannot adapt in the Premier League, he's a failure'. It's a question of time. A guy who scored goals all his life is going to score here. There is no reason not to do it.

    "I love it [that he grabbed the ball for the penalty]. In the moment I felt that he is going to score. Penalties show the commitment, the confidence.

    "We are going to try to play good as a team and as a team we will raise the quality of our strikers and Erling so this is what we are going to do. the way we are going to play is going to help us to be consistent. From my point of view, Erling will benefit. If we play badly, Erling will struggle so we have to play well and when this happens, Erling and the wingers will have their chance."

  3. 'We were outplayed'

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Man City

    West Ham United

    West Ham boss David Moyes, speaking to BBC Sport: "They were so good today. Both their full-backs played like midfielders today and it caused us problems. We hung in the game as long as we could but we were well outplayed today. We had a good start but we were well outplayed."

    On Gianluca Scamacca's debut: "We are looking forward to getting him in the right condition. He is not far away. Getting minutes today will be really important for him. I am hoping he will come good, we need more attacking options.

    "We are trying to build, we want to strengthen. We have had good team over the last couple of seasons and we want to try and do that again."

  4. Post update

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Man City

    Manchester City

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola speaking to BBC Sport: “We did a really good performance. Our full-backs were brilliant, our midfield, our forwards, we made a lot of passes in the right moment.

    “Sometimes they [the full-backs] play outside it depends on the opponent. I like to have a lot of players in the middle it is like the kitchen in the apartment. We just want to create.

    “Last season when we were champions we could not win in this stadium. It was just the first three points, and we still have to play for another 111 points but this was the feeling of the way we want to play and how we have to do it, the style and it made me feel good.

    “He [Erling Haaland] was a failure [after the Community Shield] and he would not adapt in the Premier League. All the top scorers like [Alan] Shearer and [Gary] Lineker were born scoring goals and this guy I cannot teach.

    “He will give us incredible threat in the box. He settles really well. He is adapting in the locker room with his mates. The team played really well and we have the quality of this guy but he knows he can improve. We won as Manchester City and feel good and happy and this is what we want.

    “You can analyse many aspects, but especially with strikers…how many goals has he scored this guy from Salzburg, then in Germany and with his country? The numbers are exceptional. He came for five years hopefully he can have a good period in our club.”

  5. 'We couldn’t cope today'

    West Ham 0-2 Man City

    West Ham United

    West Ham manager David Moyes speaking to Sky Sports: "They were so good. I felt that tactically they completely outdid us today. They played differently than at the end of last season with both full-backs in the middle of the pitch like midfielders. We worked hard to try and replicate what we did in that game.

    "It was a case of trying to stay in the game. It was only 1-0 at half-time with a penalty and it gave us an opportunity and a chance. We’d just started to grow into the game and their quality told.

    "I felt like we had not played well enough so I wanted to try and change the run of the game. We got a little bit more of the ball for about five mins. They were far better than us and we couldn’t cope today."

    On Erling Haaland: “We’ve all watched him from a distance. He is someone who looks like he’ll be an outstanding player. He made the same sort of runs as against Liverpool. I still think we should have cut the pass out [from Kevin de Bruyne] to be honest."

  6. Wolves in the hunt for Guedes

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Wolves have agreed a £27.5m deal with Valencia for striker Goncalo Guedes.

    The 25-year-old is due to fly in for a medical tomorrow ahead of agreeing a long-term deal.

    Guedes had been a target for manager Bruno Lage but Wolves’ need for a forward has become more pressing following the injury that ruled Raul Jimenez out of the early weeks of the season.

    Hwang Hee-chan started in attack for yesterday’s defeat at Leeds but failed to make much of an impression.

    Only the three relegated clubs, Burnley, Watford and Norwich, scored fewer than Wolves’ 38 Premier League goals last term.

    Guedes, 25, began his career at Benfica, before joining Paris St-Germain.

    He moved to Valencia on loan in 2017, making the deal permanent a year later.

    Meanwhile, Everton are closing in on a deal for Wolves’ skipper Conor Coady.

    Coady was on the bench for yesterday’s game at Elland Road, with manager Bruno Lage preferring Max Kilman and new-boy Nathan Collins in a two-man defence.

    Coady needs to play regularly to keep his England place and given his service to the club over seven years during their rise to the top flight from the Championship, Wolves are willing to let the 29-year-old leave on loan in order to smooth through a deal.

  7. Post update

    There's a bit of transfer news coming out of Wolves this evening.

    You probably won't be surprised to learn they are about to sign a Portuguese footballer.

  8. 'Haaland adapting perfectly'

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Man City

    Manchester City

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola, speaking to Sky Sports: "It was an excellent performance. What we have not done against Liverpool in terms of be more competitive as a team we did it today. Especially against a team that is not easy with the long balls."

    On Haaland performance: "We didn't have any doubt a guy who has scored goals since he was born that he would score goals here. Kyle Walker was amazing today, I want to make a compliment for him but all of them. Everyone was really good.

    "Haaland gives us his qualities. We are not going to change much, we will adapt, we know we have a threat there. He is an incredible deep runner and finisher. He is adapting perfectly in the way we want to play. We are going to find him more and more and hopefully we can give him the opportunity to score more goals.

    "Of course he has talent but one week ago [against Liverpool] when he missed the chance he had people said he was a failure and that he would not adapt to the premier league and everyone laugh at him. Now he is going [to be the next] Thierry Henry or Cristiano Ronaldo. Takes time. It is the first Premier League game, he has a long career. When he is going to retire, hopefully stay many years here, we will analyse what he has become.

    "We know the quality he has and after that we will see. When it was a penalty he immediately took the ball and I like that. The penalty is the guy who has the confidence to do it, is going to do it.

    "Football is like life, forget to organise your life just live it. That is the best way. Tomorrow is another day, prepare for Bournemouth and see what happens."

  9. Post update

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Man City

    Manchester City

    Manchester City forward Erling Haaland speaking to BBC Sport: “It was good. It was special that he [Dad, Alfie] came to the game and it as proud moment for me and my family.

    “You used to write words. There is nothing more to say I’m surrounded by amazing players and it is early in the season and we have to get in shape.

    “I tried to go out and enjoy beautiful game. It was my dream when I was young to live for this and play every week.

    “There were some good balls and this will come even more when we practice this in training.”

  10. Post update

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Man City

    Man City’s Erling Haaland netted his first ever Premier League goals and has had a hand in nine goals in his last four league games played on matchday one (6 goals, 3 assists).

    His first goals for City come 21 years and 234 days since his father Alf-Inge Haaland last bagged in the Premier League (Man City vs Aston Villa in December 2000).

    Erling became the second debutant in Premier League history to both win a penalty and then successfully convert it, after Alexandre Pato for Chelsea in April 2016 (v Aston Villa).

    He has become only the second player to score a brace on their debut for Manchester City in the Premier League after Sergio Aguero in August 2011.

  11. Post update

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Man City

    West Ham have faced Man City on four occasions in their opening top-flight game of the season, losing all four and failing to score a single goal (conceded 13).

  12. Post update

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Man City

    Clinton Morrison

    Former Crystal Palace striker on BBC Radio 5 Live

    West Ham won't be judged on this one game. They're playing the champions who are expected to win it again this season. West Ham have a few injuries and they have players to come back in and improve the squad.

    David Moyes will be disappointed but he'll understand because Man City are the superior team at the moment.

  13. 'We came up against a better team'

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Man City

    West Ham United

    West Ham's Aaron Cresswell, speaking to Sky Sports: "We were up against a much better team there is no denying that. The positives were that we didn't give up.

    "We started really well for the first five minutes but we couldn't keep that energy up. We found it difficult.

    "It is not easy on the best of days, even if it is a little cooler. We are not using the conditions as an excuse, we found it tough today."

    On facing Haaland: "It is the first time I have played against him. He is powerful and direct."

  14. Post update

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Man City

    Man City have now gone unbeaten in their last 19 away games in the Premier League (W15 D4), extending their longest unbeaten away run in their league history in the process.

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    Keiran: WHU fan. Look on the bright side! We only have to play City once this season! Everyone else has 2 games ahead of them!

    Fred: I think that Man City should play the tune from Jaws when Haaland runs at the defence.

    Andy: RIP Bournemouth.

  16. Post update

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Man City

    Clinton Morrison

    Former Crystal Palace striker on BBC Radio 5 Live

    On today's performance, Haaland looks like he's been playing in the Premier League for years.

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    Mat: If Man City don't win the league this season, the team who win it can consider it as a miracle season for them.

    Adam: Pep Guardiola with the easiest job in world football.

    Ben: That's a performance from Haaland that'll erase much doubt about whether he can perform in this league.

  18. Post update

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Man City

    Clinton Morrison

    Former Crystal Palace striker on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Pep Guardiola improves footballers and he's going to improve Haaland. What I've seen today, wow. He can finish, great movement, he's aggressive. He's the complete package for me as a number nine.

  19. 'Should have been more'

    FT: West Ham 0-2 Man City

    Manchester City

    Manchester City forward Erling Haaland speaking to Sky Sports: "It was good. [It was a] good start there is nothing much to say other than that and it was 2-0. Good to get some minutes in the legs early in the season and we have to keep going.

    "As expected we saw the potential against Bayern [Munich in pre season] and it was a bit down against Liverpool. It will come with games, it should have been more today.

    On if he could have scored more: “Yes. I should have been there [to connect with Ilkay Gundogan’s cross]. It’s about the connections we do every day in training and practicing so we get better and this will come.

    “There were some good celebrations so I’m happy. Nice that he [Dad – Alfie] saw both goals as it is a big moment for me as a debutant in this competition.

    “Also now it is almost 30 minutes since I scored the last goal so I have to keep going.”

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