From the Back Pages, September 15: Moyes lays down the law after Young is accused of cheating Palace

From the back pages
From the back pages

Manchester United manager David Moyes will read the riot act to serial diver Ashley Young this week — and warn him that he will not tolerate cheating. Young was booked by referee Jon Moss for a blatant dive following a challenge from Crystal Palace midfielder Kagisho Dikgacoi before earning a dubious penalty later in the first half after a foul by the same player. (Daily Mail)

DAVID MOYES chalked up his first Old Trafford win as Manchester United downed poor Crystal Palace. Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney, who was handed a shock start, bagged the goals either side of half-time to inspire United to victory. (The Express)

Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio was banished from the touchline as Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey upstaged new team-mate and club record signing Mesut Ozil with a fine double strike. (The Independent)

Jose Mourinho suffered his first defeat in his second coming as Chelsea manager as birthday boy Steven Naismith celebrated his first league start of the season in perfect fashion. (The Mirror)

Tottenham Hotspur supporters are on a collision course with the Football Association after defying a warning not to chant ‘Yid’ during Saturday’s 2-0 victory over Norwich City at White Hart Lane. (The Telegraph)

Jos Buttler enabled England to overcome an early hat-trick by Clint McKay and chase down a target of 228 this afternoon, setting up a NatWest Series decider against Australia at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton on Monday. (The Times)

Andy Murray brushed aside fears over his fitness as he joined forces with Colin Fleming to beat the Croatia pair Ivan Dodig and Mate Pavic in the doubles and hand Great Britain a 2-1 lead in their Davis Cup World Group play-off in Umag. (The Guardian)

Gareth Bale scores on his Real Madrid debut after his world-record move from Spurs. After Cani put Villarreal into the lead, Bale pounced in the area to level the scores. (Daily Mail)