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Four goals, one assist. An absolutely incredible night for Luis Suarez (and my fantasy football team). Daniel who?
Wow. What a night. Nine games, 32 - yes, THIRTY-TWO - goals. Here's how the final results look:
Arsenal 2-0 Hull
Liverpool 5-1 Norwich
Man Utd 0-1 Everton
Southampton 2-3 Aston Villa
Stoke 0-0 Cardiff
Sunderland 3-4 Chelsea
Swansea 3-0 Newcastle
Fulham 1-2 Tottenham
West Brom 2-3 Man City
Here's more from Arsene Wenger, this time on whether Arsenal will need Nicklas Bendtner for their title challenge:
"At the moment we’re not as far as that" he said. "He has good technical quality, [he's] quite a good player. We had him as a boy at 15 - I made him sign a long contract twice, that means I always believed in his career."
The Gunners boss is refusing to write off Manchester United, despite their defeat at home to Everton which leaves them 12 points adrift:
"It’s still early - it’s a surprising defeat but it’s still early," he added. "We’ve seen it before - 12 points on us - but of course we just have to keep winning to have a chance and not worry too much about the others."
Arsenal's game was one of the least dramatic tonight, but it's another win for the Gunners. Arsene Wenger has praised Nicklas Bendtner's work in training and the striker rewarded his manager's faith with an early goal tonight:
"As always when a guy hasn’t played for a long time, but he worked hard in training and deserved a chance," said the Arsenal boss.
"We know when he has his mind on the game he has the qualities and tonight he had a good game. "
Manchester City finally get their away form back on track, and it was a much more comfortable win than the result suggests, as Tom Davis tells us:
"Not quite sure where those two late West Brom goals came from, but Victor Anichebe’s last-minute goal gave his side their second of the night in a slightly misleading scoreline. It was a match that City easily dominated and they should have been out of sight in the first-half. They were, as it happens, by the second but conceded two sloppy goals (an own goal one of them).
"It’s a win though for Manuel Pellegrini and that’s all he would have asked for before the game, especially given their dodgy away record."
It's very, very late and might be too late for West Brom as Victor Anichebe turns past Martin Demichelis before firing past Costel Pantilimon. 3-2.
Poor Alan Bond. Goals flying in all over the place, but he sees none at the Britannia Stadium. Here are his final thoughts:
"This one ends goalless and it was a poor game in truth between two sides who will just be happy to have avoided defeat following their weekend results. There was no real flow to this one with the best chances coming from set plays.
"Cardiff's Jordan Mutch had the best chance when his powerful header was punched clear by Asmir Begovic. For the hosts, on loan Oussama Assaidi came closest, but he will feel he should have done better when faced by the onrushing David Marshall.
"Stoke face the difficult test of Chelsea on Saturday while Cardiff go to Crystal Palace, and both teams will need to do more if they are to get back to winning ways."
Here's Alex Young's summary from west London as Rene Meulensteen's first game in charge of Fulham ends in defeat:
"A thoroughly enjoyable game at Craven Cottage between two sides who have struggled of late. Neither side deserved to win, but Lewis Holtby's superb 20-yard strike earned Tottenham their first win in five.
"Rene Meulensteen starts his Fulham managerial career with a defeat - Fulham's sixth on the trot, but will be encouraged by the performance of his much-changed starting XI. Ashkan Dejagah in particular did not stop running.
"A worry for Tottenham late on as Jan Vertonghen had to be helped down the tunnel after falling to ground late in the game, but fans will be delighted to see the passion in the visitors' dugout as Andre Villas-Boas' celebration was exuberant at the final whistle."
It’s only a consolation goal for the home side but Costel Pantilimon has just put the ball into his own net – not that he knew much about it. A break from the left sees second-half substitute Matej Vydra race towards the by-line and fire in a ball across goal. Bodies in the box snatch at it and it somehow bobbles towards goal, falling into the net off the boot of the keeper as it looked to be going wide.
A mad, mad game at the Stadium of Light, but Chelsea get another win and stay in touch with leaders Arsenal. Here's Harry Slavin's match view:
"Gus Poyet said in his programme notes before tonight’s match that he was expecting ‘a very special game’ and we were certainly treated to one at the Stadium of Light as Chelsea edged a seven-goal thriller.
"The real difference looked to be Eden Hazard, as he continuously antagonised the Sunderland back line from his berth on the left wing, including two wonderfully-taken goals.
"The Black Cats will take the positives though from a courageous display as they kept coming back when they looked down and out. The heart is there, and as long as they can begin to get it right on at the back, it shouldn’t be long before Poyet’s side are climbing off the bottom of the table."
The Gunner train goes on. Surely no-one's doubting their title credentials now? Jay Jaffa reports from another win for Arsenal:
"This was the tale of two early goals - one in each half - as Arsenal did all that mattered against Hull and claimed another three points. That’s now 11 wins from 14 in the Premier League and even with five changes, the Gunners were well in control.
"Mesut Ozil was the driving force, gliding about the pitch, ghosting in behind and causing havoc in the Hull rearguard, but a notable mention must go to in-form Aaron Ramsey and Santi Cazorla. Even with Nicklas Bendtner up front, the Gunners were a constant threat.
"For Hull, they can at least leave with their heads held high and a scoreline that doesn’t damage their goal difference too badly. For Steve Bruce, he leaves after getting embroiled in an argument with an Arsenal fan. Wouldn’t have it any other way."
"Manchester City have well and truly wrapped up victory now with their third goal of the game. A flurry of excitement from the home side at the start of the second half was of little concern and they have deserved this win. Yaya Toure doubles his goals tally in today’s game after dispatching from a penalty which Aleksandar Kolarov won from a foul from Claudio Yacob. Home fans may be asking what was different from that challenge to their penalty shout on Shane Long earlier this half but they can’t complain with the result which looks a certain three points for City."
Gill Clark has been keeping an eye on affairs at the Liberty Stadium tonight:
"A superb performance by Swansea saw them pick up only their second Premier League win of the season with a convincing win over Newcastle. The omens did not look particularly good when striker Alvaro Vazquez added to their injury problems by hobbling off early on. However, substitute Nathan Dyer put in an impressive cameo opening the scoring before a Mathieu Debuchy own goal and a Jonjo Shelvey thunderbolt secured a much-needed, and well-deserved, three points."
So many thrillers tonight! Here's Tom Sweetman's view from another cracker down at St Mary's:
"The final whistle goes to a loud cheer from the corner of the ground in which the Aston Villa faithful are residing. The home support, meanwhile, are in a state of disbelief at how they lost that. They dominated possession and had a number of chances, but goals are of course what counts, and the away side somehow managed to claim three. In doing so they also claimed all three points."