Arsenal beat Sunderland 4-1 at the Stadium of Light on Saturday.
Martin Keown and Danny Mills believe Vincent Janssen was clever to win a spot-kick for Spurs.
The former Leeds striker was very impressed with the performance of the Frenchman.
Wayne Rooney heading back to Everton makes a great story but let’s face it, Ronald Koeman was only answering a question. Probably as keen as anyone else to change the subject after five winless games, the Everton manager was not about to turn down the invitation to wax lyrical about a Goodison old boy, though he has enough problems at the front of his own team without importing an extra enigma from Manchester United.
Mid-way through the second half the ground began emptying. For many the pain of watching Sunderland register a record equalling worst start to a Premier League season was simply too painful too witness but they missed out on some exquisite football from Arsenal.
Queens Park Rangers lost 2-0 to London neighbours Brentford - and manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink bore the brunt of supporters' frustrations on Twitter.
Leeds United take on Burton Albion this afternoon.
Tottenham Hotspur host Leicester City at White Hart Lane in this afternoon's Premier League clash.
Mark Warburton’s Glasgow Rangers will face Kilmarnock at Ibrox in the Scottish Premiership this afternoon.
Liverpool dropped 12 points against the bottom six in the Premier League last season.
This was never going to be one for the purists and there were times, especially in the first half, when the Republic of Ireland seemed incapable of stringing more than two passes together. However, Séamus Coleman’s first international goal, on his 40th appearance, was sufficient to earn Martin O’Neill’s team their opening win of the qualifying campaign against a battling Georgia.
For Wales it was a point that could have been three and also came at a cost, yet once the dust settles and Chris Coleman and his players clear their heads, they will come to view this as a valuable result. Despite leading twice, Wales were never in control of the game and Marko Arnautovic ruthlessly capitalised on some slack defending to earn Austria the draw that they deserved.
Three years to the day since the exhilarating high of an international debut that briefly turned him into a national treasure, Andros Townsend is likely to be sitting on the bench when England play Slovenia on Tuesday.