Hull City 2 Everton 2

September 21, 2008

Everton fought back from 2-0 down to earn a valuable point at the KC Stadium against Hull City as the teams played out an exciting 2-2 draw.A Michael Turner header and a comedic own-goal from Phil Neville had put Hull on course for another fairytale victory but a contentious Tim Cahill goal in the 73rd minute put Everton back into it before Leon Osman scored from close range to level matters 12 minutes from time.

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West Brom 1 v Aston Villa 2

September 21, 2008

Albion triumph helps Villa go fourth

John Carew tormented West Brom’s defence as Aston Villa claimed a third away win in six days with a 2-1 triumph at The Hawthorns to go fourth.The Norwegian international scored once but could have finished with a hat-trick after twice being denied by the woodwork.

Carew and Gabriel Agbonlahor struck twice in the space of 90 seconds during the first half and the Baggies could only muster a James Morrison goal in reply after a Brad Friedel error.

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Bolton 1 v Arsenal 3

September 20, 2008

Arsenal went top of the Premier League after coming from behind to beat bogey side Bolton 3-1 at the Reebok Stadium.

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Kevin Davies headed the hosts ahead on 14 minutes before Emmanuel Eboue and Nicklas Bendtner netted in quick succession to give the Gunners the lead before half-time.

Theo Walcott, on as a substitute, created a third late on for Brazilian midfielder Denilson to secure all three points for Arsenal, who have now won four of their opening five fixtures.

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Liverpool 0 v Stoke 0

September 20, 2008

 

Liverpool were held to a surprise goalless draw by Stoke in a game short on at entertainment at Anfield.Liverpool were frustrated by a desperate rearguard action as Stoke gained a stunning point
Steven Gerrard’s free-kick appeared to drift straight in but Fernando Torres and Dirk Kuyt were adjudged to have made contact, with the latter offside.

Thomas Sorensen denied Xabi Alonso and Robbie Keane, while substitute Leon Cort bravely blocked Torres’s effort as the battling Potters held out.

 

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