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Mario Balotelli was sent off but Manchester City held on to extend their unbeaten start to the season with a 1-1 draw at Liverpool.
Harlequins extended their lead at the top of the Aviva Premiership thanks to a six-try win over Newcastle Falcons.
Swansea and Aston Villa played out a goalless draw at the Liberty Stadium in a game overshadowed by news of Gary Speed's sudden death.
A strong performance from a young Munster side ensures victory against Edinburgh, as they climb further up the RaboDirect Pro12 table
Connacht fall to their seventh successive defeat in all competitions, as Ospreys march on at the top of the RaboDirect Pro12 table
Arsenal missed the chance to close in on the top four with a draw at home against a spirited Fulham side.
Northampton moved into the playoff positions after comprehensively outplaying Saracens in a 30-8 win at Franklin's Gardens.
Second-half goals from Marouane Fellaini and Apostolos Vellios condemned the ten-men of Bolton to their 10th defeat of the season.
A controversial Demba Ba penalty saw Newcastle steal a point at Old Trafford after Javier Hernandez had opened the scoring.
Talisman Grant Holt grabbed the winner for Norwich as they took home the points against QPR.
In-form Emmanuel Adebayor scored twice and Jermain Defoe also got on the scoresheet as Spurs came from behind to win 3-1 at West Brom.
Wigan came from behind to grab an injury-time win and condemn Sunderland to a devastating home defeat.
Despite conceding a late try, London Irish were victorious thanks to seven penalties from the boot of Tom Homer
Chelsea secured a comfortable win over Wolves as Juan Mata produced a fine display, setting up two goals and scoring one himself.
Tries from Toby Flood and Alesana Tuilagi helped earn Leicester a dramatic victory away at Gloucester.
Tries from Leo Auva'a, Fionn Car and Eoin O'Malley helped Leinster to a hard-earned victory over Treviso in Italy.
Stoke ended their run of four league defeats and move into the top half of the table with a convincing win over Steve Kean's Blackburn.
Lewis Moody's terrible week got even worse after the former England captain suffered a head injury in Bath's 16-7 defeat at Worcester.
Tasesa Lavea's disastrous intercept pass gave the Exeter Chiefs a superb 30-23 comeback victory over Sale Sharks.
Troy Nathan's late try snatched a 17-9 victory for Glasgow Warriors over Ulster to continue their excellent recent form.
An impeccable kicking display from Stephen Jones helped Llanelli Scarlets to a 22-12 victory on his 300th appearance for the side.
Cardiff Blues continued their fine recent form to record their fourth straight victory with a 38-0 demolition of Aironi.
Emmanuel Adebayor's brace was enough to give Tottenham a deserved win against Aston Villa to move them up third in the Premier League.
Former Chelsea man Glen Johnson scored a superb winning goal just minutes from time to give Liverpool a 2-1 victory at Stamford Bridge.
All Blacks' World Cup hero Stephen Donald inspired Bath to a 16-13 victory over Montpellier for their first success in Pool Three.
Heineken Cup holders Leinster kick-started this season's campaign with an emphatic 38-13 bonus-point victory over the Glasgow Warriors.
Toulouse eased to a comfortable 36-10 victory over Irish province Connacht at the Sportsground to send them top of Pool Six.
A Matt Smith try 12 minutes from time sealed this intense Heineken Cup encounter as Leicester Tigers beat Ulster 20-9.
Harlequins marched to a twelfth straight win this season beating Gloucester 28-9 at the usually impenetrable fortress Kingsholm.
Ronan O'Gara was the hero for Munster yet again as he kicked another last second drop-goal to give his team a precious 27-24 away win.
Yakubu scored an injury time penalty as ten-man Blackburn snatched a point at Wigan in an entertaining and controversial affair.
Two penalties and Micah Richards' poacher's finish ensured Manchester City ended the day as the Premier League's only unbeaten side.
A late Leighton Baines penalty gave Everton a crucial 2-1 victory at home to Wolves and moved them four points clear of the drop zone.
Sunderland hit the woodwork twice but had to settle for a goalless draw against Fulham in a tight encounter at the Stadium of Light.
Goals from Jerome Thomas and Shane Long saw West Brom claim three valuable points against strugglers Bolton.
QPR came from a goal down to pick up all three points thanks to a brace from Heidar Helguson at the Britannia Stadium.
Five tries were scored as Treviso and Ospreys shared the spoils of a thrilling encounter at the Stadio Communale di Monigo.
Tries from Imanol Harinordoquy and Takudzwa Ngwenya helped Biarritz edge to a hard-earned 15-10 victory over Saracens.
Robin van Persie scored twice as Arsenal came from behind to continue their climb up the Premier League table.
Clermont Auvergne moved to the top of pool four with a comprehensive 54-3 bonus-point victory over Aironi.
A superb second-half fightback from Edinburgh saw them snatch an unbelievable 48-47 victory over Racing Metro at Murrayfield.
Northampton's Heineken Cup hopes are already hanging in the balance after a 23-28 defeat at home to Llanelli Scarlets.
The Cardiff Blues struggled to a 24-18 victory over 14-man London Irish to take the Welsh side to the top of Pool 2 in the Heineken Cup
Brad Friedel produced a match-winning display as Spurs survived a second-half onslaught to beat Fulham 3-1 at Craven Cottage.
Bolton gained some revenge for last season's drubbing by Stoke City in the semi-finals of the FA Cup by beating the Potters 5-0.
Saracens recorded their seventh successive Aviva Premiership victory with a 23-10 victory over Sale Sharks at Vicarage Road.
Northampton Saints powered to a comfortable 24-13 win over London Wasps at Adams Park.
Second-half goals from David Edwards and Stephen Ward secured a massive victory for Wolves in a bottom of the table clash with Wigan.
Ospreys miss the chance to go top of the RaboDirect Pro12, as a late Stephen Jones penalty gave visitors Scarlets a share of the spoils
Yaya Toure's towering header spared Manchester City's blushes as they scraped a 3-2 win over an impressive QPR.
Ulster record their 100th win in Celtic League history, as they beat fellow Irish side Connacht to leapfrog them in the league table
London Irish produced a thrilling late comeback to snatch a 24-24 draw and deny Leicester their first home win of the season.
Gloucester returned to winning ways after back to back Premiership defeats with a hard-fought 24-19 victory over Exeter at Sandy Park.
Chelsea took all three points from Ewood Park thanks to Frank Lampard but were made to work hard for the win by Blackburn.
A Darren Bent double and a Gabriel Agbonlahor double helped Villa see off a spirited Norwich side.
Goals from Robin van Persie, Thomas Vermaelen and Mikel Arteta saw Arsenal secure a comfortable victory against the Baggies.
Goalkeeper Michel Vorm made several crucial saves as Swansea City earned a well-deserved goalless draw against Liverpool at Anfield.
A try from Ross Rennie and 17 points from the boot of Harry Leonard edged Edinburgh to a hard-fought victory in Treviso.
Wes Brown heads into his own net to give Manchester United a narrow victory over Sunderland on his Old Trafford return.
18 points from the boot of Duncan Weir gave Glasgow victory in Italy against a dogged Aironi outfit who battled hard for every point.
Tries from Chris Robshaw and Mike Brown helped Harlequins to a tenth successive win in all competitions away at Bath
Ryan Taylor's stunning volley turns out to be the winner as Newcastle move up to second with a hard-fought win over Everton.
Leinster held on for a narrow victory against rivals Munster at the Aviva Stadium in a game dominated by defence and place kicking.
A try from replacement hooker Mike Mayhew rescued a draw for Newcastle in their bottom-of-the-table clash against Worcester.
The game between Newport Gwent Dragons and Welsh rivals Cardiff Blues was postponed on Friday night due to a waterlogged pitch.
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