Fulham were booed off after conceding an injury-time equaliser to West Bromwich Albion, with Martin Jol subjected to chants of 'Jol out'

Five things we learned from the Premier League this weekend: Opening day results; Martin Jol takes criticism at Fulham personally; Hatem Ben Arfa can be Newcastle's 'new signing'; Danny Graham needs a break; Christian Eriksen is a steal for Tottenham

Opening day results can be misleading – look at Villa

When Aston Villa won 3-1 at the Emirates on the opening day, Arsène  Wenger was castigated, Arsenal written off, and Villa talked of as top 10 material. Three games later, Arsenal are top and Villa loiter nervously above the relegation zone.

Hull City 1 Norwich City 0 match report: Ten-man Tigers show their fighting spirit to keep home fans happy

Yannick Sagbo was dismissed for Steve Bruce's side

Frank Lampard

Frank Lampard determined Chelsea make sustained Premier League title bid

The Blues have faltered in recent seasons but are optimistic under Jose Mourinho

Mourinho seems intent on capturing Rooney

Transfer news: Chelsea have not ended pursuit of Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney hints Jose Mourinho

Blues boss claims that the club will maintain their attempt to sign a new striker until the last day of the transfer window after triumphing against Hull on his return to Stamford Bridge

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Hawk-Eye passes first test of the season at Stamford Bridge as Branislav Ivanovic 'goal' is not given

Technology works correctly as Ivanovic's header was saved off the line

Tom Huddlestone

Transfer talk: Tom Huddlestone reveals Steve Bruce was key to Hull City switch amid interest from Sunderland and Fulham

The midfielder has moved from Tottenham to the Premier League newcomers

Tom Huddlestone

Transfer news: Tottenham midfielder Tom Huddlestone completes Hull City switch in £5.25m deal

Spurs midfielder Jake Livermore has also joined the Tigers

The Sport Matrix: Wednesday 14 August 2013

Murray revelling in winning feeling

A fan's view: Assem Allam saved Hull City, he can do what he wants

This is such a special case that whatever Assem Allam wants to do is fine by me. I don’t mind the name change to the Tigers. For me the bottom line is whatever he says, goes.

Yannick Sagbo

Transfer news: Hull target Yannick Sagbo cleared to open talks over £1.6m switch

The striker is expected to join from Evian

Danny Graham wants to show his commitment to Sunderland

Transfer news: Sunderland striker Danny Graham on verge of joining Hull City

The striker only joined the Black Cats from Swansea in January

Charlie Austin

Hull City pull out of transfer deal for Burnley striker Charlie Austin

The 24-year-old failed a medical

Scotland goalkeeper Allan McGregor has joined Hull from Besiktas

Hull confirm signing of Scotland goalkeeper Allan McGregor

31-year-old joins on a three-year deal from Besiktas for an undisclosed fee

Liam Rosenior signs two-year extension at promoted Hull

Liam Rosenior has committed his future to Hull by signing a new two-year contract with the Barclays Premier League club.

Paolo Di Canio

Sunderland have agreed to sign defender Benjamin Mendy according to his current club Le Havre

Ligue 1 club's president announces that deal is place with Black Cats for transfer of the 18-year-old

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