Arsenal back on top while Manchester City move second - Boxing Day in pictures

Arsene Wenger's men regained their place at the Premier League summit by beating West Ham while City came from behind to defeat in-form Liverpool and keep up the pressure
There were comebacks galore in the Premier League on Boxing Day as Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City all came from behind to win at the top of the table.

Meanwhile, the complexion of the relegation zone altered again as Crystal Palace secured a dramatic victory, while the uncertainty surrounding Cardiff City is not being helped by matters on the pitch.

Old Boy | Former Man Utd man James Chester gets Hull started (Getty)

Fightback | But Wayne Rooney levels things up at 2-2 with a fine volley (Getty)

Hero to Villain | Disaster for Chester, whose own goal helps his old side to victory (Getty)

Sung-Yeung Hero | Ki celebrates as his penalty sees Sunderland shock Everton (Getty)

Happy Hazard | The Belgian celebrates his goal in Chelsea's win over Swansea (Getty)

Marching Orders | Stoke saw two sent off against Newcastle (Getty)

Taking Advantage | And Loic Remy was among the scorers in a 5-1 win (Getty)

Eriksen-sational | The Dane put Spurs in front against West Brom (Getty)

Quick Reply | But Jonas Olsson was quick to respond as the Baggies saved a draw (Getty)

Goal for Cole | Arsenal were momentarily stunned by West Ham (Getty)

Golden Wonder Walcott | But the Gunners were soon in front thanks to the winger (Getty)

Podolski Returns | The German clinched a 3-1 win for Arsene Wenger's side (Getty)

Saints March On | Southampton were comfortable winners over Cardiff (Getty)

Great Scott! | Rene Meulensteen thanks Parker for his winner against Norwich (Getty)

Gayle Force | Crystal Palace beat Aston Villa to move out of the bottom three (Getty)

Up In Arms | Liverpool were in front against Man City (Getty)

In Good Kompany | But the hosts were soon level (Getty)

Rubbing it in | Samir Nasri is delighted as Simon Mignolet's blunder proves costly (Getty)