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HALF-TIME: West Ham 0-1 Southampton

West Ham endured a nightmare against Watford on their last outing at the London Stadium and they are faring little better here.

Charlie Austin provided the only moment of quality in an otherwise unremarkable opening 45 minutes with his fifth goal in four matches and, aside from Dimitri Payet's dangerous set-piece deliveries, the home side are struggling to make an impact.

GOAL! West Ham 0-1 Southampton (Austin)

A turgid first half at the London Stadium suddenly bursts into life as Dusan Tadic plays Nathan Redmond in down the left flank, and Charlie Austin meets the former Birmingham City winger's low cross with a clinical finish. More misery for Slaven Bilic.

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Hart's charisma gives Torino confidence, says Mihajlovic

Hart made the surprise decision to join Torino on loan after falling out of favour under new Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola. Credit: PA

Sinisa Mihajlovic paid tribute to Joe Hart's "great charisma" after Torino earned their first home Serie A win over Roma for 26 years.

Iago Falque scored twice and Andrea Belotti also found the net for Torino, while at the other end Hart was only beaten by a Francesco Totti penalty and made several impressive saves to deny former teammate Edin Dzeko.

We signed Hart for his enthusiasm, spirit and experience.

Before he arrived I spoke to him to understand his spirit.

He is a great guy and a wonderful professional, an international level goalkeeper with great charisma.

His presence makes the rest of the team feel more confident.

– Mihajlovic press conference

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Son: Tottenham fans are seeing the best of me

Son Heung-Min has scored four goals in four appearances for Tottenham this season. Credit: PA

Heung-Min Son says that Tottenham fans are finally seeing the best of him on the pitch after four goals in as many appearances this season.

The South Korea international scored both goals in Spurs' 2-1 win over Middlesbrough on Saturday, after netting twice in a 4-0 rout of Stoke City earlier this month.

I feel very good now - I felt very good last season as well but I got injured.

Last season was my first in the Premier League and now I want to do better.

It's not finished - I look forward and will work hard every day for Tottenham.

– Son to Tottenham's official website
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