Red tide

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  • Making a fist of it

    Martin Skrtel celebrates handing Liverpool an early lead against Arsenal.

    Gunned down

    Mesut Ozil reacts to Arsenal's woeful beginning against Liverpool.

    Causing a Sturr

    Daniel Sturridge slotted home to make it 4-0 to Liverpool against Arsenal.

    Sterling effort

    Raheem Sterling heaped more misery on Arsenal, scoring Liverpool's fifth of the night.

  • Garden of Eden

    Eden Hazard beats Tim Krul to put Chelsea in front at home to Newcastle.

    Treble winners

    Eden Hazard is mobbed after completing his hat trick against Newcastle United.

    No way through

    John Ruddy dives at the feet of Jesus Navas to claim the ball as Manchester City drew 0-0 at Norwich.

    Blank face

    Pablo Zabaleta rues a missed chance as Man City drew another blank at Norwich.

  • Sidwell Shocker

    Steven Sidwell guides the ball past David De Gea to give Fulham the lead against the champions.

    Start the Car

    Man United celebrate Michael Carrick's goal which appeared to have given them a 2-1 win over Fulham.

    The late, late show

    Darren Bent heads Fulham to a shock point at Man United in the 94th minute.

    Silence is goal-den

    Darren Bent celebrates his last-gasp equaliser at Man United. You could hear a pin drop at Old Trafford.

  • First Ade

    Emmanuel Adebayor's accurate finish gave Tottenham the lead versus Everton.

    Swans swimming

    Wayne Routledge curls home to get Swansea on their way to a derby day rout of Cardiff.

  • Heads you win

    Wilfried Bony (l) heads home Swansea City's third goal against Cardiff.

    Long walk

    Wes Brown brings down Shane Long, resulting in an early bath for the Sunderland defender.

    Well Jel

    Nikica Jelavic punches the air after ending his Premier League goal drought in scoring for Hull at Sunderland.

    Hammer time

    Kevin Nolan scored twice as West Ham claimed a superb victory at Aston Villa.

  • Foe not friend

    Peter Crouch bundles the ball home against Southampton, his former club, to bring Stoke level at 2-2.

    Shading it

    Pete the Eagle embraces Tom Ince after he scored on his debut for Crystal Palace against West Brom.

    Spot of bother

    Ben Foster brings down Marouane Chamakh, with the striker putting away the penalty himself.