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Robin van Persie struck twice in three second half minutes as Arsenal came from behind to defeat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Tony Adams secured his first home win as Portsmouth manager in a thrilling encounter at Fratton Park.
Steven Pienaar grabbed the only goal of the game as Everton recorded a superb 1-0 victory over a lacklustre Spurs side.
A close-range Wayne Rooney goal just before half-time was enough for 10-man Manchester United to come out on top at Eastlands.
Emmerson Boyce scored three minutes from time as Wigan came from behind to beat West Brom and register a second win in a week.
A brace from Johan Elmander and goals from Matt Taylor and Gary Cahill buried Sunderland as they were humiliated by Bolton on Wearside.
Afonso Alves came closest to ending the stalemate as Middlesbrough and Newcastle played out a dismal 0-0 draw in the Tyne-Tees derby.
A wasteful Aston Villa side failed to take their chances and move into third spot as a resolute Fulham outfit held them to a draw.
Stoke and Hull shared the points at the Britannia Stadium, Ricardo Fuller equalising for the home side after Marlon King's opener.
Henri Camara's goal six minutes into the second half earned Wigan a slender win over Everton to move them out of the bottom three.
Valon Behrami's first-half strike secured West Ham a first win in eight Premier League games at Sunderland.
Roman Pavlyuchenko scored the only goal of the game as Tottenham beat 10-man Blackburn to move out of the relegation zone.
Aston Villa were denied a penalty but held on for a valuable point as Manchester United fell short for the first time in 11 attempts.
Stoke picked up three points and their fourth successive home win in the Premiership after an uneventful encounter with West Brom.
Chelsea dominated the game but were frustrated by a hardworking Newcastle side who fully deserved their battling point.
Arsene Wenger's week went from bad to worse as he saw his Arsenal side well beaten by Manchester City at Eastlands.
Gretar Steinsson, Matt Taylor and Johan Elmander got the goals for Bolton as defeated an off-colour Boro side at the Riverside.
A stubborn Fulham side frustrated Liverpool and picked up an impressive away point despite the home side dominating possession.
Geovanni earned Hull a deserved point against Man City, cancelling out two goals from Stephen Ireland at the KC Stadium.
Yakubu ended his recent goal drought with an equaliser against his former club as Middlesbrough held Everton to an engrossing 1-1 draw.
Chelsea produced a devastating spell of attacking football before half-time to blow away West Brom and record a routine 3-0 victory.
It finished goalless at Upton Park as home keeper Robert Green produced a great display to keep out former Hammer Jermain Defoe.
Second half goals from Kenwyne Jones and Djibril Cisse helped Sunderland come from behind to secure a 2-1 win at Blackburn.
Ronaldo got his 100th and 101st goals as United bounced back from the Arsenal defeat and ran riot against an outclassed Stoke side.
Tottenham keeper Heurelho Gomes made a shocking mistake to let Simon Davies score Fulham's opener as the Cottagers beat sorry Spurs.
Titus Bramble returned to haunt his former club with a last-minute equaliser to snatch Wigan a much-deserved 2-2 draw with Newcastle.
Villa claimed their first win against Arsenal for over a decade thanks to a Gael Clichy own goal and Gabriel Agbonlahor's late strike.
Liverpool went back to the top of the table after a 2-0 win over a battling Bolton side, with goals from Dirk Kuyt and Steven Gerrard.
Andy Johnson and Danny Murphy scored as Fulham moved up to tenth, ending Newcastle's two-match run with a 2-1 win at Craven Cottage.
Two Darren Bent goals were enough to help ten-man Tottenham come from behind to defeat nine-man Manchester City at Eastlands.
A brace from Tuncay saw Middlesbrough capitalise on defensive errors to steal all the points with a 2-1 victory over Aston Villa.
Chelsea have gone back to the top of the Premiership after a brace by Nicolas Anelka wrapped up a 2-0 win at Blackburn.
Bolton condemned Hull to a third defeat in a row but had Jussi Jaaskelainen to thank after the Finn made a string of fine saves.
Three late second-half goals, two from Louis Saha and one from Joleon Lescott, saw Everton complete a smash and grab at Upton Park.
Jermain Defoe's nerveless injury-time penalty gave Tony Adams his first win as Portsmouth manager in a 2-1 victory away at Sunderland.
Wigan and Stoke fought out a drab goalless draw at the JJB Stadium with the visitors managing to hold out for a point.
A Samir Nasri double secured Arsenal a 2-1 win over champions Manchester United in a pulsating Premier League clash at the Emirates.
A second half brace from Obafemi Martins handed Newcastle a 2-0 win against Aston Villa to lift them out of the relegation places.
Ricardo Gardner's strike and a Richard Dunne own goal handed Bolton a vital three points in a 2-0 home win against Manchester City.
Substitute Roman Pavlyuchenko struck a dramatic late winner at White Hart Lane to condemn Liverpool to their first league defeat.
Emile Heskey's injury time strike condemned Tony Adams to his second defeat as Portsmouth manager as Wigan won 2-1 at Fratton Park.
A late Keith Andrews strike denied West Brom all three points after they had come from a goal down against 10-man Blackburn.
Nicolas Anelka scored a hat-trick as Chelsea strolled to a 5-0 victory against an impotent Sunderland side.
A late equaliser from Mido gained a deserved point for Middlesbrough, who responded well after being second best in the first period.
Manchester United survived a late fightback to beat Hull 4-3 at Old Trafford and stay in touch with the Premier League's pacesetters.
Stoke held on to add to Arsene Wenger's woe's as Robin Van Persie saw Red and Theo Walcott was stretchered off.
Louis Saha's header three minutes from time gave Everton their first home win of the season with a 1-0 victory over a spirited Fulham.
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