Premier League Roundup: Jose moans about not having enough money and Messi sees his record broken

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Harry Kane overcame all the expectation and scored a hat-trick against Southampton, meaning he now holds the record for the most Premier League goals scored in a calendar year. Tottenham Hotspur beat Southampton 5-1 and Kane’s treble also means he has scored the most goals for club and country in the world in 2017, edging ahead of Barcelona’ Leo Messi. If you want to know what records Kane could break in 2018, you can find Marathon betting offers here and pick some of the very best odds available. Kane was 25/1 to win the World Cup Golden Boot and those odds are sure to change now.

Jose Mourinho chose not to blame his players for trailing Burnley 2-0 at Old Trafford, instead praising his Manchester United team for coming back and drawing the game 2-2. Jesse Lingard was the hero, scoring his second deep into injury time to grab a point. Mourinho also suggested that he has not been given enough money to turn United into genuine title contenders. United are now as far out as 66/1 to catch Manchester City.

Liverpool turned on the style to hammer bottom-of-the-league Swansea City 5-0 at Anfield. They remain 4th in the table after a performance that Jurgen Klopp called perfect. Swansea City will hope to appoint a permanent replacement to Paul Clement as soon as possible after an abject performance. Garry Monk is the shock favourite at 7/4.

Chelsea remain 3rd in the Premier League after a comfortable 2-0 win over Brighton, Alvaro Morata and Marcos Alonso getting the goals.

The 3-3 draw between Bournemouth and West Ham was full of controversy. Callum Wilson scored a late equaliser for the Cherries after Marko Arnautovic had scored twice for West Ham, his first after a blunder by Asmir Begovic. However, Wilson’s equaliser appeared to be both offside and handball, something flagged by the assistant referee. Bobby Madley chose to overrule the linesman and awarded Bournemouth the goal, much to West Ham’s disbelief. It was the second moment of good fortune for Bournemouth as Simon Francis was very lucky to remain on the field after a high challenge on Cheikhou Kouyate.

Alan Pardew is still searching for this first win as West Bromwich Albion manager. The Baggies drew 0-0 with Everton meaning that Sam Allardyce is still undefeated at his latest club.

Stoke City came back from a goal down to draw with Huddersfield Town and Watford finally got a win thanks to an own-goal by Leicester City’s Kasper Schmeichel.

Newcastle United welcome leaders Manchester City to St James’ Park tonight and Crystal Palace play Arsenal tomorrow evening. Arsenal are 5/6 to take all three points.