AC Milan move into the top half of the Serie A table with just their second victory of the season at Sassuolo.
League Two strugglers Northampton Town part company with manager Dean Austin after Saturday’s 4-0 defeat at Mansfield.
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Neil Warnock says he is “absolutely gutted” after his Cardiff side were beaten 2-1 at home to Burnley, but says his team “couldn’t have given any more”.
Sean Dyche praises Burnley’s resilience after their 2-1 win away at Cardiff, describing it as a “Burnley-like performance”.
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These are still early days, yet it is already shaping up to be one of those seasons that turns into a slog for Cardiff City. Burnley at home felt like a welcome fixture on the face of it, especially on the back of conceding 12 goals against Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City, but there is no respite for Neil Warnock’s team, who fell to a fourth successive defeat that leaves them joint bottom of the Premier League.
Johann Berg Gudmundsson did the damage, scoring Burnley’s first and setting up the winner for Sam Vokes on an afternoon when Cardiff carried the greater threat and will feel that the very least they deserved was a point. Josh Murphy’s fine equaliser on the hour-mark should have been the springboard for a positive result for the Welsh club but some poor defending allowed Burnley to regain the lead through Vokes.
Sam Vokes scores the winning goal as Burnley beat Cardiff to extend the Bluebirds’ winless start to the season.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers said Aberdeen Scott McKenna’s challenge on Odsonne Edouard on Saturday was “very reckless”. Watch the incident and see what you think.
Watch Scott Sinclair’s brilliant back-heeled goal which gave Celtic victory over Aberdeen at Celtic Park on Saturday.