Sunday, December 28, 2014

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Goals from Papiss Cisse, Ayoze Perez and Jack Colback earned Newcastle an impressive come-from-behind 3-2 win over Everton, despite going behind to an early Arouna Koné goal

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The Magpies returned to winning ways, despite trailing early to an Arouna Kone goal, in a thrilling contest as the Irish midfielder scored the winning goal at St. James' Park

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A solitary strike from Riyad Mahrez ended a run of 13 games without a win for the Foxes as the Tigers failed to earn back-to-back wins after securing victory in their last game

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Manchester City missed the chance to move within a point of leaders Chelsea at the top of the table after they threw away a two-goal lead to draw with struggling Burnley

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Mame Diouf's brace gave the Potters back-to-back league wins for the first time this season, while sending the Baggies further into the thick of the relegation battle

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Goals from George Boyd and Ashley Barnes capped an excellent second-half revival as Sean Dyche's strugglers fought back from a two-goal deficit to draw at the Etihad Stadium

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Keith Millen's first match back in caretaker charge of the visitors saw a well-fought draw which leaves the visitors just one point away from safety while QPR move up to 15th

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Santi Cazorla put in a composed performance and scored - along with Danny Welbeck - as the Gunners leapfrogged the hosts to within goal difference of fourth place

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The England midfielder was sent off in the opening stages of the second half but Paul Lambert's men stood firm to take a point from their clash with the Black Cats

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The England international struck just minutes after Santi Cazorla's penalty to give Arsene Wenger's men all three points at Upton Park, despite Cheikhou Kouyate's headed goal

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The Foxes picked up a crucial away victory courtesy of a Riyad Mahrez strike at the KC Stadium to keep their hopes alive of avoiding relegation back to the Championship

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The Potters claimed a comfortable victory in front of their home fans, with Mame Biram Diouf scoring a brace to pile further misery on the Baggies and their manager

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The Dutchman's side will end the year third in the Premier League table after Sunday's goalless draw away at Tottenham and he has vowed that they will get better

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Jose Mourinho's men will begin 2015 on top of the Premier League but were frustrated by an impressive Saints defence after Eden Hazard cancelled out Sadio Mane's opener

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Ronald Koeman's men took an early lead through Sadio Mane but an equaliser from the Belgian saw the two sides share the spoils, despite Morgan Schneiderlin's second half red card

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The Dutchman batted away a question about his January plans following Manchester United's 0-0 draw with Tottenham, while he was dissatisfied with the result in north London