United's smash and grab

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  • Helping hand

    Tottenham were fast out of the blocks against Man Utd but couldn't find the back of the net - Emmanuel Adebayor had a goal disallowed for handball.

    Walk-ing in the air

    Despite Spurs' domination it was Man Utd who took the lead, Wayne Rooney evading Kyle Walker to head his side ahead just before half-time.

    Young at heart

    Spurs continued to dominate in the second half, but were once again undone by a clinical United side, Ashley Young's acrobatic finish making it 2-0.

    Red-hot Ash

    Ashley Young was on target again within ten minutes of his first, curling in a delightful effort to put the result beyond doubt.

  • Too little, too late

    Jermain Defoe netted a late goal for Tottenham but it was merely a consolation for the hosts, who went down 3-1 at White Hart Lane.

    From Russia with love

    Pavel Pogrebnyak has been in excellent form for Fulham of late and he added another three goals against Wolves.

    Prolific Pav

    Pogrebnyak's hat-trick was a perfect one as he scored a goal with his head, one with his right foot and one with his left foot to help Fulham to a 5-0 win.

    Dempsey double

    Clint Dempsey was inevitably on the scoresheet again for the Cottagers - the USA star netted a brace to take his tally for the season to 18.

  • Wear and tear

    A spiky Tyne-Wear derby between Sunderland and Newcastle at St James' Park saw some heated exchanges.

    Anger management

    The emotion of the occasion gets to Newcastle boss Alan Pardew, as he screams at opposite number Martin O'Neill.

    Mask up to task

    Nicklas Bendtner celebrates after keeping his cool to put Sunderland 1-0 up from the penalty spot.

    Shola the talk of the Toon

    Shola Ameobi kept up his impressive scoring record against Sunderland with a late equaliser for the Magpies, his seventh goal against the Wearsiders.