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What happened in the Premier League on Saturday?

BBC News Saturday, 14 September 2019
Liverpool maintain their 100% start, there are also wins for Spurs, Chelsea, Manchester United and Southampton, and Burnley score in injury time to earn a point.
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News video: Pogba, Martial, Shaw ruled out as injury crisis hits Man United

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Manchester United are facing an injury crisis on their return to Premier League action, with Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial and Luke Shaw set to miss Saturday's (September 14) clash against Leicester City.

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