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 By Nick Miller

Romelu Lukaku ends scoring drought as Man United edge past Bournemouth

Romelu Lukaku's first-half header was enough to give Man United a scrappy 1-0 win over Bournemouth at Old Trafford.
Steve Nicol looks past Romelu Lukaku's game-winning goal and instead focuses on his 'horrendous' challenge on Bournemouth's Nathan Ake.

MANCHESTER -- Three thoughts on Man United's 1-0 win at home over Bournemouth on Wednesday evening.

1. Man United wrap up unconvincing win

One assumes that manager Jose Mourinho instructed his Manchester United players to celebrate this victory quietly and with the utmost respect. Indeed, anything beyond a few quick handshakes might have felt inappropriate for this thoroughly unconvincing 1-0 victory over Bournemouth, a game won by a first-half Romelu Lukaku header but with not much else to...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Is time running out for Eddie Howe at Bournemouth with status on line?

There was a submissiveness to Bournemouth's 1-0 defeat to Chelsea on Saturday. At times, the home crowd were as accepting of defeat as their team appeared to be. As Antonio Conte bellowed at his Chelsea team, his thigh-slapping rage was often the lone sound to be heard in the evening air.

Bournemouth fans have seen their team lose seven of their 10 league matches this season and are audibly losing heart.

In the bottom three since Aug. 26, the club's third season in the Premier League is proving...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Hazard's strike enough for turbulent Chelsea to earn win at Bournemouth

Eden Hazard provided the lone goal of the match to lead Chelsea's narrow victory over Bournemouth.

BOURNEMOUTH, England -- Three quick thoughts from Chelsea's 1-0 Premier League win at Bournemouth on Saturday.

1. Hazard strike enough for Chelsea

Eden Hazard likes playing Bournemouth, against whom he has scored five goals in five matches. Chelsea's Belgian wizard is not back to his best just yet as he recovers from a serious ankle injury, but his first Premier League goal since April, the last coming at the same location, took his club above Arsenal in the table and a single point behind...

Bournemouth leading the way in goalkeeper training and technology

Mark Ogden visits Bournemouth to learn more about the technology keeping their goalkeepers at the top of their game.

BOURNEMOUTH, England -- Jimmy Glass is the Player Liaison Officer at AFC Bournemouth, but only the older members of Eddie Howe's first-team squad are aware of his biggest claim to fame.

Glass, 44, is the goalkeeper who became a global sensation in May 1999 -- back in the days when "social media" amounted to watching a game on television with your mates and dissecting it with a face-to-face conversation rather than tweeting, posting or uploading your reaction for potential consumption by millions.

When...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

How can clubs avoid the Premier League relegation battle?

Ian Darke weighs in on Crystal Palace's winless and goalless start to the Premier League season.

After seven rounds of matches, the relegation situation is taking shape in the Premier League. While Crystal Palace's historic awfulness takes the headlines, there are plenty of others looking over their shoulders, including recent champions Leicester and Everton who, after a summer of spending, would have aspired for the top four.

ESPN FC assesses the bottom 10 clubs' credentials in reverse order (20-11).

Crystal Palace - 0 points

What sends them down?

Irredeemable damage may already have been...

Premier League grades so far: Man United get top marks, Arsenal flop

The guys at Exploding Heads take an alternative look at Arsenal's continued demise following their 4-0 defeat at Liverpool.
The FC panel respond to your tweets about the transfer deadline, struggles in Manchester and Arsenal's season outlook.

After a breathless opening fortnight, the Premier League now goes on hold to make way for another raft of World Cup qualifiers. So how did your team do? Iain Macintosh grades the entire division.

MANCHESTER UNITED: A+

Perfect. An entirely unblemished record. Admittedly, this entirely unblemished record has been secured against some of the weaker teams in the league, but that's hardly their fault. Besides, if we all insist that the beauty of the Premier League is that, "anyone can beat anyone," then...