Historical win for Wigan

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  • Reds pay the penalty

    Shaun Maloney silenced Anfield as he slotted home from the penalty spot to give Wigan the lead over Liverpool.

    Luis cannon

    Luis Suarez struck to restore parity for Liverpool against Wigan.

    Reds out in the Cald

    Gary Caldwell is mobbed by his Wigan team-mates following a fine winner against Liverpool.

    Crouch cracker

    Peter Crouch scored a goal-of-the-season contender to give Stoke City the lead against Manchester City.

  • Blues brothers

    Kolo Toure congratulates brother Yaya Toure on his long-range equaliser against Stoke.

    Given away

    Kieran Gibbs shows his glee after opening the scoring for Arsenal against Aston Villa after a Shay Given error.

    Theo bravo

    Theo Walcott capped off a fine move with a smart finish against Villa to make it 2-0.

    Fine Art

    Shay Given tries in vain to stop Mikel Arteta's injury-time free-kick flying into the net to complete a 3-0 win.

  • Harry plotter

    Harry Redknapp barks orders from the touchline as Tottenham looked to mastermind a win at Chelsea.

    Blue blocker

    Gary Cahill made a superb last-ditch tackle to deny Emmanuel Adebayor in the second half in an eventual 0-0 draw.

    Saint Nick

    Nicklas Bendtner oepened the scoring for Sunderland against Queens Park Rangers.

    French fury

    Djibril Cisse reacts after being sent off for QPR in his team's 3-1 defeat to Sunderland.

  • Support for Muamba

    Bolton players warm-up wearing T-shirts in support for team-mate Fabrice Muamba.

    Wheater from the chaff

    David Wheater bagged a brace in the first half of Bolton's meeting with Blackburn.

    Matt finish

    Matt Jarvis wheels away after a composed finish put Wolves ahead against Norwich.

    Lightning Holt strikes twice

    Grant Holt struck twice in the first half for Norwich against Wolves to turn the match on its head.

  • Swans suffer

    Leighton Baines celebrates with team-amate Nikica Jelavic after netting for Everton at Swansea.

    Well Jel

    Nikica Jelavic scored his second league goal for Everton against Swansea.