Arsenal 2 - Tottenham Hotspurs 3 (Emirates Stadium)
Kaboul celebrates heading in the winner
Arsenal opened the scoring with a Samir Nasri goal (9th min), then followed by a Marouane Chamakh's second (27th min). The first half was totally controlled by the home team.
In the second half, Gareth Bale got one back (50th min). Rafael Van der Vaart then made it even after converting a penalty after a handball from Fabregas (67th min). Kaboul then headed in the winner (85th min) secure this great comeback for Spurs and condemned the Gunners to their 3rd loss of the season. (85th min)
Birmingham City 1 - Chelsea 0 (St. Andrew's)
Bowyer scores the winner at St. Andrew's
Lee Bowyer scored the winner at St. Andrew's and ensuring a back to back loss for the champions and also giving them their fourth loss of the season. This loss has put Chelsea's manager, Carlo Anchelotti's long term future in doubt.
Man Utd 2 - Wigan 0 (Old Trafford)
Evra heads United's opener
Man Utd became joint leaders with Chelsea after downing 9-man Wigan at the Theater of Dreams. The match saw United scoring through Patrice Evra (45th min) & Javier Hernandez (77th min) and Wigan had Antolin Alcaraz (59th min) & Hugo Rodallega (61st min) sent off.
It also was where Wayne Rooney reintroduced himself back to the Old Trafford faithful after the controversy last month. Apart from a few boos, he was warmly welcomed back into the fold.
@ Bloomfield Road:
Blackpool 2 (Luke Varney (3), Marlon Harewood (44))
Wolves 1 (Kevin Doyle (86))
Harewood scores winner
@ the Hawthorns:
West Bromwich Albion 0
Stoke City 3 (Etherington (55), Walters (85) & (90))
Liverpool 3 (Johnson (18), Kuyt (27), Maxi Rodriguez (38))
West Ham 0
Johnson fires Liverpool opener
@ Reebok Stadium:
Bolton Wanderers 5 (Davies (18 & 90), Chung Yong (39), Elmander (50 & 72))
Newcastle United 1 (Carroll (52))
Elmander celebrates his brace