JOSE MOURINHO'S woes continued as Manchester United dropped more points with a draw against lowly Southampton.
But it could have been so much worse… with the Red Devils two goals down after 20 minutes at St Mary's.
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Neighbours Man City has no such trouble as they extended their lead at the top of the Premier League with a comfortable win over Bournemouth.
Meanwhile, Newcastle and Huddersfield lost their recent momentum with defeats to West Ham and Brighton respectively.
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