The Snapshot Special: Premier League weekend, 22-23 September

Ollie Irish

24th, September 2007

Arsenal 5-0 Derby
Emmanuel Adebayor scored a hat-trick and Cesc Fabregas stole the show as the Gunners hit top gear.
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Fulham 3-3 Manchester City
Danny Murphy’s late goal secured a point for Fulham in this pulsating encounter.
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Liverpool 0-0 Birmingham City
The Rafalution seems to have stalled a little as the Blues held the Red to a goalless draw.
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Middlesbrough 2-2 Sunderland
Liam Miller’s last-minute volley snatched a point for the Black Cats.
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Reading 2-1 Wigan Athletic
Yet another late goal, this time at the Madejski from Reading’s James Harper to secure all three points.
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Aston Villa 2-0 Everton
Goals from the best striker in the Premier League, John Carew, and Gabriel Agbonlahor gave Martin O’Neill’s side victory.
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Blackburn 0-1 Portsmouth
Kanu’s neatly taken goal have Pompey a first away win since Boxing Day.
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Bolton 1-1 Tottenham
This draw will have left both these relegation zone occupiers concerned that they are equally matched and facing a relegation battle.
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Manchester United 2-0 Chelsea
Avram Grant’s first game in charge ended in defeat as Carlos Tevez and Louis Saha’s penalty secured victory for the Red Devils.
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Newcastle 3-1 West Ham
A Mark Viduka brace helped Newcastle to victory. Michael Owen came off injured – should be back just in time for the next England match!
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Photos Getty

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