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Goals galore

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  • Rout of biblical proportions

    Resurgent Wigan continued their fine form by beating Newcastle 4-0. Victor Moses was inspired, scoring a brace for the Latics.

    Franco Says Relax

    Franco Di Santo put the icing on the cake with the fourth goal for the Latics, who are now three points clear of the relegation zone.

    Britannia's Got Talent

    Arsenal had a chance to pull clear of Newcastle as they travelled to Stoke but Peter Crouch headed the Potters into the lead.

    Dutch of class

    Robin van Persie levelled for the Gunners but they missed the chance to move six points clear in third place.

  • Golden Graham

    Swansea were swiftly out of the blocks against relegated Wolves, and went 4-1 up before half-time.

    Spirit level

    But Wolves finally showed some fighting spirit - albeit a little too late this season - and two goals from Matt Jarvis saw them claim a 4-4 draw.

    Davies sees the Light

    Kevin Davies helped himself to a double away to Sunderland as Bolton led, and then came from behind to draw 2-2.

    Bendtner Niks one

    Davies put Bolton ahead but Nicklas Bendtner equalised with his eighth goal of the season.

  • Tat's the way I like it

    Tattoed Sunderland winger James McClean put the Wearsiders into the lead but Bolton claimed a late leveller.

    Jelavic joy

    Everton striker Nikica Jelavic fired his side into an early lead at home to Fulham from the penalty spot

    Cottagers collapse

    Marouane Fellaini doubled Everton's lead as the Cottagers offered up little resistance.

    The good, the bad and the doubly

    Nikica Jelavic added his second, and the Toffees' third before the end of the first half.

  • Everton's flag bearer

    Tim Cahill rounded off a 4-0 win for Everton and celebrated with his customary sprint to the corner flag.

    Dour derby

    Stephen Warnock, Ciaran Clark and Billy Jones battle for posession during West Brom's dull derby stalemate with Aston Villa.

    Suarez sparkles

    Luis Suarez was in sensational form for Liverpool against Norwich as he bagged his first hat-trick for the club.

    Double trouble

    Luis Suarez celebrates his second goal with Liverpool team-mate Steven Gerrard

  • Ball boy

    Luis Suarez takes home the match ball after securing his hat trick