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EPL GW 14 Roundup: Arsenal, Liverpool shine in respective derbies as City remain unstoppable

Catch all the top moments from gameweek 14 of the English Premier League

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Arsenal 4 - 2 Tottenham Hotspur | Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored a brace (10' and 56') as Arsenal came from behind to annihilate Tottenham Hotspur in a feisty North London Derby at the Emirates. Aubameyang fired the opening salvo as he converted from the spot after Jan Vertonghen had handled in the area. But Spurs fought back thanks to two quickfire goals from Eric Dier and Harry Kane. Dier pulled Tottenham level on 30 minutes and Kane converted from the spot after Rob Holding fouled Son Heung-Min in the 34th minute. The Gabon striker then put the hosts back on level terms with a wonderful shot in the 56th minute. Alexandre Lacazette scored the third goal for the home side in the 75th minute and two minutes later Lucas Torreira hammered home the fourth for the Gunners and sealing all three points. To rub salt to wounds Vertonghen then received a red card in the final minutes for a bad foul on Lacazette. The match also saw players being involved in a momentary brawl before things calmed down. (Image: Reuters)
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Arsenal 4 - 2 Tottenham Hotspur | Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored a brace (10' and 56') as Arsenal came from behind to annihilate Tottenham Hotspur in a feisty North London Derby at the Emirates. Aubameyang fired the opening salvo as he converted from the spot after Jan Vertonghen had handled in the area. But Spurs fought back thanks to two quickfire goals from Eric Dier and Harry Kane. Dier pulled Tottenham level on 30 minutes and Kane converted from the spot after Rob Holding fouled Son Heung-Min in the 34th minute. The Gabon striker then put the hosts back on level terms with a wonderful shot in the 56th minute. Alexandre Lacazette scored the third goal for the home side in the 75th minute and two minutes later Lucas Torreira hammered home the fourth for the Gunners and sealing all three points. To rub salt to wounds Vertonghen then received a red card in the final minutes for a bad foul on Lacazette. The match also saw players being involved in a momentary brawl before things calmed down. (Image: Reuters)

Liverpool 1 - 0 Everton | Liverpool's forgotten striker Divock Origi turned savior as he headed home a dramatic winner late in injury time to help his side snatch a victory against crosstown rival Everton at Anfield. The game had looked to be heading for stalemate before England No. 1 Pickford failed to deal with Virgil Van Dijk's mis-hit effort from the edge of the penalty area, leaving Origi to tap in from close range and extend Everton's 19-year wait for a win at Anfield. The game had looked to be heading for stalemate before England No. 1 Pickford failed to deal with Virgil Van Dijk's mis-hit effort from the edge of the penalty area, leaving Origi to tap in from close range and extend Everton's 19-year wait for a win at Anfield. The win helps Liverpool stay second in the league standing just two points adrift of leaders Manchester City. (Image: Reuters)
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Liverpool 1 - 0 Everton | Liverpool's forgotten striker Divock Origi turned savior as he headed home a dramatic winner late in injury time to help his side snatch a victory against crosstown rival Everton at Anfield. The game had looked to be heading for stalemate before England No. 1 Pickford failed to deal with Virgil Van Dijk's mis-hit effort from the edge of the penalty area, leaving Origi to tap in from close range and extend Everton's 19-year wait for a win at Anfield. The game had looked to be heading for stalemate before England No. 1 Pickford failed to deal with Virgil Van Dijk's mis-hit effort from the edge of the penalty area, leaving Origi to tap in from close range and extend Everton's 19-year wait for a win at Anfield. The win helps Liverpool stay second in the league standing just two points adrift of leaders Manchester City. (Image: Reuters)

Chelsea 2 - 0 Fulham | Goals from Pedro (4') and Ruben Loftus-Cheek (82') at either end of the match ere enough to see Chelsea past Fulham at Stamford Bridge to win the West London Derby. Thanks to the win the Blues with 31 points remain third in the league standing while Fulham are at the foot of the table with mere 8 points. (Image: Reuters)
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Chelsea 2 - 0 Fulham | Goals from Pedro (4') and Ruben Loftus-Cheek (82') at either end of the match ere enough to see Chelsea past Fulham at Stamford Bridge to win the West London Derby. Thanks to the win the Blues with 31 points remain third in the league standing while Fulham are at the foot of the table with mere 8 points. (Image: Reuters)

Manchester City 3 - 1 Bounemouth | Unstoppable Manchester City put across three goals against a fighting Bournemouth at Etihad Stadium to make six wins in a row. Bernardo Silva's goal (16') gave the defending champions an early lead before Callum Wilson's goal levelled the things a minute before the half-time. Raheem Sterling and Ilkay Gundogan then scored goals in the 57th and 79th minute respectively to ensure all three points for the home side. The win stretches City's unbeaten league run now at 20 games while maintaining their position at top of the league. (Image: Reuters)
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Manchester City 3 - 1 Bounemouth | Unstoppable Manchester City put across three goals against a fighting Bournemouth at Etihad Stadium to make six wins in a row. Bernardo Silva's goal (16') gave the defending champions an early lead before Callum Wilson's goal levelled the things a minute before the half-time. Raheem Sterling and Ilkay Gundogan then scored goals in the 57th and 79th minute respectively to ensure all three points for the home side. The win stretches City's unbeaten league run now at 20 games while maintaining their position at top of the league. (Image: Reuters)

Southampton 2 - 2 Manchester United | Manchester United came from two goals down against Southampton at St Mary's Stadium to finish the match on level pegging but their winless run in the Premier League stretched to three games. Strikes from Stuart Armstrong (13') and Cedric Soares (20') had put the hosts 2-0 before Romelu Lukaku (33') and Ander Herrera (39') brought United level before halftime. Draw ensured Jose Mourinho's side remain seventh in the table, while Mark Hughes' men move above Burnley into 18th on goal difference(Image: Reuters)
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Southampton 2 - 2 Manchester United | Manchester United came from two goals down against Southampton at St Mary's Stadium to finish the match on level pegging but their winless run in the Premier League stretched to three games. Strikes from Stuart Armstrong (13') and Cedric Soares (20') had put the hosts 2-0 before Romelu Lukaku (33') and Ander Herrera (39') brought United level before halftime. Draw ensured Jose Mourinho's side remain seventh in the table, while Mark Hughes' men move above Burnley into 18th on goal difference(Image: Reuters)

Leicester City 2 - 0 Watford | After a period of gloom, Leicester City gave its fan something to cheer with a win over Watford at King Power Stadium. Jamie scored the opening goal for the Foxes in the 12th minute as he netted a goal from the spot after being brought down by Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster. The home side doubled the lead just 11 minutes later when a quick counter-attack ended with James Maddison excellently volleying into the bottom corner. The result meant Leicester moved up to eighth in the standing while Waford slipped down to 10th. (Image: Reuters)
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Leicester City 2 - 0 Watford | After a period of gloom, Leicester City gave its fan something to cheer with a win over Watford at King Power Stadium. Jamie scored the opening goal for the Foxes in the 12th minute as he netted a goal from the spot after being brought down by Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster. The home side doubled the lead just 11 minutes later when a quick counter-attack ended with James Maddison excellently volleying into the bottom corner. The result meant Leicester moved up to eighth in the standing while Waford slipped down to 10th. (Image: Reuters)

Newcastle United 0 - 3 West Ham United | Star striker Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez ended Newcastle's three-match winning streak as he scored a brace at St James' Park. Hernandez scored the goals in the 11th and the 63rd minute to put the Hammers firmly in command. A 93rd minute strike from Felipe Anderson warped the match for the visitors. The victory lifted West Ham to 13th place on 15 points from 14 games while Newcastle slipped to 14th with just 12 points in the kitty. (Image: Reuters)
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Newcastle United 0 - 3 West Ham United | Star striker Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez ended Newcastle's three-match winning streak as he scored a brace at St James' Park. Hernandez scored the goals in the 11th and the 63rd minute to put the Hammers firmly in command. A 93rd minute strike from Felipe Anderson warped the match for the visitors. The victory lifted West Ham to 13th place on 15 points from 14 games while Newcastle slipped to 14th with just 12 points in the kitty. (Image: Reuters)

Crystal Palace 2 - 0 Burnley | Crystal Palace ended their eight-game winless streak with a win over Burnely at Selhurst Park. A goal in each half from James McArthur (16') and Andros Townsend (77') denied Shean Dyche's side a much needed victory as their win less streak stretched to seven matches. The Eagles stand 14th in the league with 12 points while Burnely are struggling at 19th. (Image: Reuters)
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Crystal Palace 2 - 0 Burnley | Crystal Palace ended their eight-game winless streak with a win over Burnely at Selhurst Park. A goal in each half from James McArthur (16') and Andros Townsend (77') denied Shean Dyche's side a much needed victory as their win less streak stretched to seven matches. The Eagles stand 14th in the league with 12 points while Burnely are struggling at 19th. (Image: Reuters)

Huddersfield Town 1- 2 Brighton and Hove Albion | Headers from Shane Duffy (49') and Florin Andone (69') helped visitors Brighton & Hove Albion to bounce back to beat 10-man Huddersfield Town at John Smith's Stadium. Danish defender Mathias "Zanka" Jorgensen gave the home side the perfect start with a looping header in the opening minute but a straight red card for Steve Mounie in the 32nd minute for a careless high challenge on Yves Bissouma turned the tide in favour of the visitors. The win lifts Chris Hughton's side to 11th place in the table on 18, while Huddersfield are once again hovering above the drop zone in 17th place on 10 points. (Image: Reuters)
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Huddersfield Town 1- 2 Brighton and Hove Albion | Headers from Shane Duffy (49') and Florin Andone (69') helped visitors Brighton & Hove Albion to bounce back to beat 10-man Huddersfield Town at John Smith's Stadium. Danish defender Mathias "Zanka" Jorgensen gave the home side the perfect start with a looping header in the opening minute but a straight red card for Steve Mounie in the 32nd minute for a careless high challenge on Yves Bissouma turned the tide in favour of the visitors. The win lifts Chris Hughton's side to 11th place in the table on 18, while Huddersfield are once again hovering above the drop zone in 17th place on 10 points. (Image: Reuters)

Cardiff City 2 - 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers | Forward Junior Hoilett scored a spectacular winner to earn Cardiff City a comeback win over over Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Molineux Stadium. Matt Doherty celebrated his 200th league appearance for Wolves when he fired the visitors into an 18th-minute lead before Aron Gunnarsson strike on the hour mark brought the match on level terms. Hoilett then sparked celebrations among the home fans with his wonder strike 13 minutes from time. The win helped Cardiff climb to 15th on 11 points while the Wolves are placed at 12th but extended their winless league run to six games. (Image: Reuters)
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Cardiff City 2 - 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers | Forward Junior Hoilett scored a spectacular winner to earn Cardiff City a comeback win over over Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Molineux Stadium. Matt Doherty celebrated his 200th league appearance for Wolves when he fired the visitors into an 18th-minute lead before Aron Gunnarsson strike on the hour mark brought the match on level terms. Hoilett then sparked celebrations among the home fans with his wonder strike 13 minutes from time. The win helped Cardiff climb to 15th on 11 points while the Wolves are placed at 12th but extended their winless league run to six games. (Image: Reuters)

First Published on Dec 3, 2018 12:14 pm
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