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Sunday, December 28, 2014

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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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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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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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Hugo Lloris was in fine form to deny Louis van Gaal's wasteful side, with Radamel Falcao, Robin Van Persie and Juan Mata all missing good chances to secure three points

Friday, December 26, 2014

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Alexis Sanchez and Tomas Rosicky struck as the 10-man Gunners held on after a thoughtless Olivier Giroud got himself sent off, Charlie Austin scoring for the visitors

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A solitary goal from Bojan Krkic was enough for the travelling Potters, who secured a much-needed three points courtesy of a fantastic and hard-working defensive display

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The Tigers fell behind after just 30 seconds, but showed great resiliency to battle back and claim an important three points as they drag themselves out of the drop zone

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Garry Monk's men recorded back-to-back Premier League victories for the first time since the end of August thanks to Gylfi Sigurdsson's first-half wonder strike

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The Blues men kept up the pressure on Chelsea after a first half masterclass proved too much for the Baggies with goals from Fernando, Yaya Toure and David Silva doing the damage.

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Christian Eriksen's free-kick sealed the points for Spurs after Leonardo Ulloa cancelled out Harry Kane's first-minute opener, meaning the Foxes remain at the bottom of the league

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Goals from John Terry and Diego Costa keep Jose Mourinho's men top of the Premier League after an utterly dominant win over a surprisingly passive Hammers side

Monday, December 22, 2014

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The Blues moved three points ahead of Manchester City and will spend Christmas Day top of the Premier League table after a comfortable 2-0 win away at the Britannia Stadium

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Two goals from Gonzalo Higuain helped to drag the tie to penalties, cancelling out the finishes from his compatriot Carlos Tevez, before Simone Padoin missed the crucial effort

Sunday, December 21, 2014

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Antoine Griezmann's hat trick led the champions to a second-half comeback to keep them within touching distance of first place and rivals Real Madrid

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The Nerazzurri were forced to come from behind after a first-half Felipe Anderson double but they salvaged a point, with Mateo Kovacic netting an absolute stunner

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A bandaged Martin Skrtel's late header salvaged a point for the Merseysiders, who dominated large periods of the match, but had found themselves behind to Olivier Giroud's strike

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A late strike from Adam Johnson gave the Black Cats a fourth win on the bounce against their local rivals for the first time in their history for a dramatic end to a dour derby