• Roberto Soldado struck from the penalty spot on his Premier League debut to give Spurs a 1-0 win at Crystal Palace
  • Crystal Palace fans arrive early for their first game of the season against Spurs
  • Ian Holloway signs autographs ahead of Palace's return to Premier League action
  • Palace's Stephen Dobbie leaves Michael Dawson trailing
  • Mile Jedinak looks to get away from Gylfi Sigurdsson
  • Tottenham's new number nine Soldado gets away from Dean Moxey
  • After a goalless first half, Spurs took the lead after the break as Soldado made no mistake from the penalty spot
  • Soldado celebrates after giving Tottenham the lead
  • Jose Mourinho acknowledges the Chelsea fans as he returns to the Stamford Bridge dugout for their season opener against Hull City
  • Chelsea had the chance to make the ideal start when Hull keeper Allan McGregor felled Fernando Torres to hand the hosts a penalty
  • But Frank Lampard's spot-kick was saved by McGregor
  • It was a temporary reprieve for Hull, though, as Oscar got on the end of Kevin de Bruyne's throughball to open the scoring
  • Oscar celebrates after opening Chelsea's account for the season
  • Lampard made amends for his failure from the penalty spot by lashing home a 30-yard free-kick to double the home side's lead
  • There were no further goals, but it finished 2-0 and two thumbs up from Mourinho.

Premier League

Roberto Soldado struck from the penalty spot on his Premier League debut to give Spurs a 1-0 win at Crystal Palace