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Afternoon Report: October 30

Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard has praised youngster Adnan Januzaj after he impressed once again in the Red Devils’ Capital One Cup victory over Norwich City last night.

The United shot-stopper hailed his display as David Moyes’ side saw off the Canaries 4-0 at the Theatre of Dreams.

Arsene Wenger believes defensive naivety cost his side as they were beaten 2-0 at home to Chelsea last night.

The Arsenal boss believes his side were unfortunate, but lacked in experience against Jose Mourinho’s side.

And, after Chelsea’s 2-0 victory at the Emirates, Juan Mata has paid tribute to his fellow Spaniard Cesar Azpilicueta.

The right-back scored the Blues’ opening goal and Mata has hailed his teammate after a fine display.

Andros Townsend has called upon Tottenham supporters to be patient after Andre Villas-Boas criticised the White Hart Lane faithful.

The Spurs boss believed the fans brought a negative atmosphere to the ground after his side beat Hull City by a goal to nil this past weekend and Townsend believes patience is key.

Pablo Zabaleta wants to win a number of trophies at Manchester City this season.

City, who ended the last campaign without any silverware, have a tricky tie against Newcastle in the Capital One Cup tonight as they remain in the hunt for four trophies.

And finally, Cesc Fabregas has denied claims that his celebration was inappropriate after he scored in Barcelona’s 3-0 win over Celta Vigo last night.

The Spaniard was booed by the home crowd after his celebration, however Fabregas believes he reacted normally to scoring.

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