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10 best pictures from the Premier League weekend

It’s as you were at the top after Manchester City and Liverpool both won, whilst Brighton’s survival hopes were boosted with a goalless draw at Wolves.

While the top four race stuttered, with Tottenham, Manchester United and Arsenal all losing.

Here are 10 of the best pictures from the Premier League weekend…

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Phil Foden dives to head home the winner as Manchester City responded to their Champions League exit with a win over Tottenham. The 18-year-old was handed a rare start, and capped a fine display with his first Premier League goal.

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Liverpool returned to the top on Sunday with a hard fought 2-0 win over Cardiff. Gini Wijnaldum opened the scoring, before James Milner netted the second from the penalty spot.

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Theo Walcott celebrates after scoring Everton’s fourth goal as they thrashed Manchester United 4-0 at Goodison Park.

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer apologies to Manchester United’s fans after they were beaten 4-0 at Everton, the defeat leaves the Old Trafford outfit facing an uphill battle to secure Champions League football.

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Christian Benteke scored his first goal in almost a year as Crystal Palace shocked Arsenal at the Emirates. The Belgian, Wilfried Zaha and James McArthur all scored in a 3-2 win for Roy Hodgson’s side.

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Ayoze Perez carried off the match ball after scoring a hat-trick in Newcastle’s 3-1 win over Southampton at St James’ Park.

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Harvey Barnes’ first Premier League goal for Leicester secured Brendan Rodger’s side a late draw at West Ham. The Hammers will feel aggrieved after seeing Lucas Perez’s goal incorrectly ruled out for offside just minutes earlier.

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Aleksandr Mitrovic’s penalty secured Fulham a 1-0 win at Bournemouth. The already relegated club have now secured back-to-back Premier League wins under caretaker manager Scott Parker.

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Watford’s FA Cup semi-final hero Gerard Deulofeu returned from an ankle injury to score two superbly taken goals in their 2-1 win at Huddersfield.

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Wolves were left frustrated as Brighton held them to a goalless draw at Molineux. Chris Hughton’s side edged further away from the drop zone as they bid for survival.