By Chris Wright
Presenting the top ten snaps from this weekend’s Premier League action…
Deano Bellidino…Dinyar Billydiletnova…Bellayet….’Billy’ lets fly from 25-yards to round off Everton’s scoring before half-time with a swerving scorcher against Wolves.
The Toffees won 3-0 thanks to goals from Bilyaletdinov, Jermaine Beckford and Phil Neville – who scored for the first time in three years and celebrated by aping Tim Cahill’s shadow-boxing routine in the corner
Peter Crouch’s salutes the fans after his headed brace in Tottenham’s 3-2 win over Stoke went some way to making amends for the gangly striker’s red card against Real Madrid earlier in the week
Sunderland manager Steve Bruce’s forlorn face was a picture after watching his side slump to yet another defeat – this time losing out 3-2 to West Brom, who are still unbeaten under Roy Hodgson’s interim stewardship
After surviving a particularly tight offside call, Dimitar Berbatov clips home his 21st goal of the season against Fulham – with a 2-0 win seeing Manchester United edging ever closer to the Premier League title
Another barren run-out for Fernando Torres, but a single Florent Malouda goal (in which Torres had a ‘hand’) saw Chelsea win 1-0 over Wigan to keep their title hopes alive – if only mathematically
Loanee Daniel Sturridge kept his impressive scoring rate for Bolton up by bagging a couple in the Trotters’ 3-0 dismantling of West Ham
Blackburn pair Ryan Nelsen and Jermaine Jones double up on Birmingham workhorse Cameron Jerome during the two sides’ 1-1 draw at Ewood Park
An injury to Arsenal’s first-choice ‘keeper Manuel Almunia in the warm-up meant that Jens Lehmann (who is a week shy of being the oldest player ever to play for the Gunners) was pressed into active service against Blackpool
Emmanuel Eboue evades the Blackpool defence to thump home Arsenal’s second of the afternoon in their 3-1 win over the Seasiders
Photos courtesy of the PA.