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Arsenal stays top of the Premier League after late goals from Nicklas Bendtner and Theo Walcott rescued three points against Cardiff City.

Manchester City and Chelsea continued to keep the pace at the summit as Manuel Pellegrini's men registered a 3-2 victory over Swansea, while Jose Mourinho's charges ran out 3-0 winners at Southampton.

Manchester United's hopes of retaining its title took another heavy dent after a 2-1 defeat at home to Tottenham.

Goal brings you the best images from New Year's Day in the Premier League


Fernandino thumps home the first Premier League goal of 2014 at the Liberty Stadium


Joe Hart watches helplessly as Wilfried Bony levels for Swansea


Vincent Kompany is distraught after picking up a caution


Aleksandar Kolarov seals the points for the visitors with their third of the afternoon


Heavy rain saw a pitch inspection ahead of Crystal Palace v Norwich


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer alongside Cardiff owner Vincent Tan at the Emirates Stadium


Jose Mourinho comes to terms with the elements at Southampton


Crystal Palace's pre-match eagle rests on the crossbar


Fernando Torres puts Chelsea in front at Southampton


Hull City's Alex Bruce brings down Luis Suarez


And the Uruguayan is pleased with the defender's caution for the challenge


Tensions grow between Mourinho and Juan Mata after the midfielder's 53rd-minute substitution


Suarez celebrates his first goal in two games as Liverpool seals a 2-0 win


Newcastle United's Mathieu Debuchy sees red at the Hawthorns


Leighton Baines rescues a point for Everton at Stoke City


An injured Nicklas Bendtner is mobbed by teammates after his 88th-minute strike


All smiles for Fulham as Dimitar Berbatov scores the winner against West Ham


Oscar celebrates Chelsea's third at St Mary's


Theo Walcott wraps up Arsenal's victory over Cardiff


Saido Berahino shows his moves after netting West Brom's winner against Newcastle


Emmanuel Adebayor out-jumps Chris Smalling to head Tottenham in front


Christian Eriksen celebrates Tottenham's second at Old Trafford


Wayne Rooney and Jonny Evans look on after Tottenham's second goal

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