Jose Mourinho left in disbelief at Ashley Young's free-kick, while Sam Field emulates Romelu Lukaku: Five things you may have missed from Tuesday's Premier League action
- Jose Mourinho couldn't believe Ashley Young's free kick for Manchester United
- Simon Cowell was an interested spectator?as United won 4-2 at Vicarage Road?
- Sam Field became first teenager to score for West Brom since Romelu Lukaku
- Erik Lamela returned for Spurs, while Christian Fuchs found a 'new lucky charm'
- AS IT HAPPENED: Relive all the action from the Premier League on Tuesday?
If you were too busy to catch all of the action, fear not. Sportsmail kept an eye over the proceedings and found a few things you may have missed...?
Jesse Lingard scored late on as Manchester United secured a 4-2 victory over Watford
Ashley Young leaves Jose Mourinho in disbelief
For one Manchester United player, Tuesday's trip down to Vicarage Road was particularly sweet.
Ashley Young began his career at Watford and he marked his return with a superb first-half brace for Jose Mourinho's side.
After firing home a sweet strike from outside the box, Young doubled United's lead with a pinpoint free-kick that prompted wild celebrations on the bench from all apart from his manager... who appeared to be in disbelief at the wonderful strike.
Jose Mourinho was shocked by Ashley Young's free-kick for Manchester United on Tuesday
West Brom's Sam Field emulates Romelu Lukaku
In the end, it was a frustrating evening for West Brom as they let a two-goal lead slip in their 2-2 draw with Newcastle.
But Tuesday's draw marked a special moment for young midfielder Sam Field, who became only the second teenager to ever score a Premier League goal for the Baggies.
The boyhood West Brom fan netted 11 minutes into the second half and, in so doing, followed in the footsteps of Romelu Lukaku. No pressure, then.?
Boyhood Baggies fan Sam Field celebrates scoring West Brom's second against Newcastle
United's win at Watford has X Factor feel (sorry)
Thanks to fine displays by Young and Co, Mourinho's United side were all singing off the same hymn sheet at Vicarage Road as they continued their fine start to the season.
Three first-half goals for the visitors also ensured the United fans who had made the trip south were in fine voice. Right, enough of the terrible puns.
Among the crowd at Vicarage Road on Tuesday was X Factor judge and music guru Simon Cowell. The 58-year-old posed for photos with supporters and was one of 20,552 fans to witness United's latest away win.?
X Factor judge and music guru Simon Cowell was in the crowd for United's win at Watford
Erik Lamela makes long-awaited injury return
There was little to cheer for Tottenham supporters at the King Power on Tuesday, as they suffered a 2-1 defeat against Claude Puel's side.
But for Mauricio Pochettino and the north London club there was one undoubted positive to take from the clash: the return of Erik Lamela.
The Argentina forward had been out of action since October 2016 through injury before he came on as a substitute during the second half. He made an immediate impact, setting up Harry Kane's goal two minutes after coming on. But that proved little more than a consolation for the visitors.
Erik Lamela made his comeback for Spurs against Leicester after more than a year out
The Argentina forward made a big impact, setting up Harry Kane's goal 11 minutes from time
Fuchs misses win to welcome 'new lucky charm'
Leicester left back Christian Fuchs was left out the Foxes' squad for their victory over Tottenham for the birth of his baby daughter.
The defender's absence was not too keenly felt by Claude Puel's side, however, as they ran out 2-1 winners despite Lamela's late cameo.
And Fuchs was able to enjoy the victory in some special company, too. '(It) was good watching with the new lucky charm of #LCFC,' he wrote on Twitter. 'Great win!'
Christian Fuchs missed Leicester's 2-1 win over Tottenham for the birth of his baby daughter
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