Nasri fires Gunners top

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  • Home is where the heart is

    Arsenal have struggled for results at home recently, but Samir Nasri sent them on their way to a home win when he opened the scoring against Fulham.

    Lights, Kamara, action!

    It looked as though the Gunners would throw away a lead again when Diomansy Kamara equalised.

    Samir the saviour

    However, Nasri proved to be Arsenal's match-winner once again, firing home a superb second goal to send Arsene Wenger's side top of the Premier League.

    Drog spot on

    Chelsea's miserable winless run continued at home to Everton. Didier Drogba fired the Blues into the lead with a first-half penalty.

  • Cahill clash

    Everton pressed Chelsea hard throughout, with Tim Cahill casuing some consternation for a late challenge on Petr Cech.

    Jermaine man for Everton

    And the Toffees' pressure paid off when Jermaine Beckford rose to head home a late equaliser to leave Chelsea with just one win in six league games.

    Ten for Tevez

    Carlos Tevez secured all three points for Manchester City as his tenth goal of the season proved enough to see off Bolton.

    Early bath

    Aleksandar Kolarov saw red for Manchester City but Roberto Mancini's ten men held on.

  • Bassong earns his Spurs

    Spurs might have had one eye on their trip to Twente next week, but Sebastien Bassong struck to put them 1-0 up against Birmingham.

    Gardner's world

    But Craig Gardner took a leaf out of Spurs' own book of late and scored an 81st-minute equaliser to peg back Harry Redknapp's side.

    Tchoyi story

    Somen Tchoyi put West Brom 1-0 in front against Newcastle with a fine effort at the Hawthorns.

    Wings of glory

    Peter Odemwingie scored twice as the Baggies went on to record a 3-1 win over the Magpies.

  • Love's labour lost

    Peter Lovenkrands struck a late reply for Newcastle but they fell to a defeat away from home.

    Hen party

    Jordan Henderson celebrates his goal against West Ham, which was enough to give Sunderland a 1-0 win.

    Hammer blow

    West Ham look desolate after Jordan Henderson's goal.

    The boy Dunn good

    David Dunn headed Blackburn into the lead against Wolves with a close-range effort and Rovers added another two goals to seal a comfortable 3-0 win.

  • Matt finish

    Stoke took the lead for the second time against Wigan when Matthew Etherington slotted home.

    Who's a Clever boy?

    But on-loan midfielder Tom Cleverley ensured Wigan escaped with a point as he equalised for the Latics again.