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10 best pictures from the Premier League weekend

Liverpool returned to the top with a hard-fought 3-1 win at Southampton, whilst Merseyside rivals Everton struck a blow to Arsenal’s top four hopes.

Burnley’s bid for safety took a massive boost as they won at Bournemouth, who will now be nervously looking over their shoulders at the bottom three.

Here’s the 10 best pictures from the Premier League weekend…

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Mohamed Salah ended his run without a goal, firing Liverpool into a 2-1 lead as they beat Southampton at St Mary’s.

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Liverpool’s players congratulate captain Jordan Henderson after his first goal of the season, the midfielder coming on as a substitute to help inspire his side to victory.

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Burnley’s Ashley Barnes opens the scoring with an own goal at Bournemouth, though it mattered little as Sean Dyche’s side won 3-1. Barnes became the first player to score a goal and own goal in the same Premier League game for the Clarets.

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Barnes is later congratulated by teammates after scoring Burnley’s third goal at the Vitality Stadium.

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James Maddison scored Leicester’s third goal with a free kick in their 4-1 win at Huddersfield. It was the England U21 international’s third free kick goal of the season – more than any other top flight player.

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Jamie Vardy celebrates after scoring in Leicester’s win at Huddersfield. The forward’s two goals took him past Gary Lineker in the list of the club’s record goal scorers.

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Newcastle’s DeAndre Yedlin fouls Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha to concede a penalty in their 1-0 defeat at St James’ Park. It was remarkably the sixth penalty won by Zaha this season.

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Palace captain Luka Milivojevic scores the games only goal from the penalty spot as Roy Hodgson’s side won at Newcastle.

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Everton captain Phil Jagielka, a late inclusion in Marco Silva’s line up, scored the games only goal as Everton beat Arsenal 1-0 at Goodison Park.

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Everton’s Kurt Zouma competes with Arsenal’s Alexandre Lacazette. The French defender played a vital role as Everton kept a fifth clean sheet in six games.