How have Tottenham not scored? After the ball bounces free in the penalty area, Gareth Bale sees his shot cleared off the line by Jack Colback before the defender again gets a toe on Aaron Lennon’s rebound to glance the ball on to the post. Unbelievable.
GOAL!!! Man City 2-3 Norwich (Howson)
What a performance this is from Chris Hughton's side but what is it about the Manchester City defence that seems so inviting for the Canaries? After scoring four against West Brom last weekend, Norwich are at it again today and the third person today to beat Joe Hart is Johnny Howson, he skipped past a defender - as cool as you like - and slotted home. Jack Rodwell has since been taken off and, like Tevez, he received a standing ovation from the City fans.
Let off for Arsenal! The ball clearly strikes Aaron Ramsey's arm as he attempts to dispossess Hatem Ben Arfa with a sliding challenge 20 yards from the Gunners' goal, but Howard Webb – who is just yards away from the action – waves play on.
Villa have equalised, remember, and it was a fantastic strike from Ron Vlaar! Joe Bennett delivers a free kick into the penalty area, the central defender brought the ball down, swivelled and unleashed a unstoppable volley into the top corner.
And Manchester City's equaliser:
WHAT a goal from Jack Rodwell. As Norwich roamed forward in yet another move towards Joe Hart's goal, the Manchester City back line finally kicked into gear and cleared to Yaya Toure. The Ivorian showed characteristically bullish strength to surge forward and play a great ball to Rodwell. What the young midfielder did next was special. As every City fan at the Etihad rose to his feet, Rodwell ran the length of the Canaries half and placed a delightful shot into the far corner.
TWO GOALS AT UPTON PARK!
West Ham have been duly punished for starting the second half as they did the first. Gareth McCleary's strike from outside of the box had given the visitors a lifeline following a well-worked move from Reading but Adam Le Fondre has now struck an equaliser as Nick Blackman crosses the ball for the forward to lash home. Game on.
And here's how Southampton levelled things up against Stoke:
It's been coming and finally it's here, Southampton are level through top goalscorer Rickie Lambert. Asmir Begovic saved well from Steven Davis' initial effort but he couldn't hold onto the ball, leaving the Saints forward to pass it into the empty net.
West Brom have pulled another one back against the league winners:
They looked dead and buried at 3-0 down, but the atmosphere has completely changed at the Hawthorns following half-time substitute Romelu Lukaku's precise right-footed finish from the edge of the box. It is the Belgian striker's 15th league goal of a marvellously productive loan spell that finishes this afternoon.
Norwich had the lead for a matter of minutes and Joe Hart's face was not a happy sight. As though it wasn't enough that the Canaries bossed the first half, they have been simply immense since the resumption and they were this time rewarded by skipper Grant Holt. A superb move down the left saw a cross played into the area and avert everyone's attention. Hart was beaten and Holt was left unmarked at the far post. You don't need to guess what happened next.
That Arsenal goal:
Laurent Koscielny scores what could be a hugely important goal for Arsenal after the ball falls to him six yards out from a Theo Walcott free kick. The Newcastle players appeal in vain for offside, but their Argentine defender Fabricio Collocini was playing Koscielny onside as he flashed a volley past Steve Harper to give the Gunners a 1-0 lead.
"Unbelievable scenes at Tottenham. Carlos Cuellar blocks Emmanuel Adebayor’s shot with his arms like a goalkeeper. Andre Marriner looks perfectly placed this time - but the referee waves away Spurs’ appeals and Andre Villas-Boas is absolutely furious on the touchline."
Andre Mariner has brought his competance into question by turning down another stonewall penalty for Tottenham. This time it's Adebayor who is cleaned out inside the box only to be waved to his feet by the man in black.
We’re only five minutes into the second-half, but Liverpool have already had two decent efforts on goal. Daniel Sturridge the first powering a shot at Robert Green, forcing the QPR ‘keeper to concede a corner, before Jordon Ibe had a crack from range that skidded past the far post of the former England man’s post.
A common criticism of Sturridge is that he only tends to score scores against the lesser sides. If that is indeed the case, he should get himself about 20 goals today against Clint Hill's QPR.