Our weekend roundup of the best photography from England’s top flight
West Bromwich Albion boss Alan Pardew says his side “earned” a “fortunate” penalty in the 1-1 draw at home to Arsenal.
Mark Lawrenson takes on Jimmy Dixon, of Mercury Prize-nominated Django Django, in the latest round of Premier League predictions.
A landmark game for Arsène Wenger ended in a mixture of anger and frustration as West Bromwich Albion salvaged a draw with a controversial penalty two minutes from time. Wenger, who was taking charge of a record 811th Premier League match, reacted furiously to Mike Dean’s decision to penalise Calum Chambers for handball only five minutes after Alexis Sánchez appeared to have helped win the game for Arsenal.
The protests from the Arsenal players continued after the final whistle, two points having slipped through their fingers, yet Wenger’s side were their own worst enemy on an afternoon when they went through the motions at times. Sánchez hit a late free-kick that found the net via a heavy deflection off James McClean, who had turned his back in the Albion wall, and with only seven minutes remaining Arsenal should have been able to see the game out.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says referees do not officiate enough games after a controversial decision sees West Brom equalise from a penalty at The Hawthorns.
Celtic’s Scott Sinclair and Rangers’ Alfredo Morelos both miss chances as the second Old Firm game of the season ends goalless.
Oli Shaw pounces on Jamie McDonald’s blunder to cancel out Kris Boyd’s early goal as Hibernian are held at home by Kilmarnock.
Goals from Marcus Haber and A-Jay Leitch-Smith for Dundee extend St Johnstone’s dismal home form.
Hamilton Academical come from behind to beat Motherwell thanks to a Dougie Imrie penalty and goals from Rakish Bingham and Greg Docherty.
Kris Doolan and Conor Sammon grab the goals as Partick Thistle beat Ross County to leave the Staggies bottom of the table.