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Premier League weekend: 10 best pictures

Another weekend of Premier League action saw Newcastle record their first win of the season to move out of the bottom three, whilst champions Manchester City hit six past Southampton to move back to the summit. We take a look at the best pictures from latest round of action.

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Marcus Rashford celebrates scoring his stoppage time goal as Manchester United snatched a win at Bournemouth.

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Leicester fans pay their respects to their late chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha after he tragically lost his life, alongside four others, in the helicopter crash outside The King Power Stadium last weekend.

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Leicester’s Demari Gray shows his tribute to Srivaddhanaprabha after scoring at Cardiff. Gray’s goal secured a win for Leicester in an emotionally charged encounter in South Wales.

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Hector Bellerin celebrates with goalscorer Alexandre Lacazette after the Frenchman’s equaliser in Arsenal‘s 1-1 draw with Liverpool. The result continued The Gunners nine match unbeaten league run.

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Manchester City returned to the top with a 6-1 win over Southampton. Sergio Aguero celebrates a goal from team-mate Raheem Sterling, the Argentine had earlier scored his 150th Premier League goal.

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England captain Harry Kane scores his side’s third goal as Tottenham won 3-2 at Wolves.

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West Ham produced an impressive attacking performance to beat Burnley 4-2. Felipe Anderson celebrates with team mates after scoring his side’s second of the afternoon.

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Chelsea’s Spaniards Marcos Alonso and Alvaro Morata celebrate with goalscorer Pedro after the forward scored the third in their 3-1 over London rivals Crystal Palace. Maurizio Sarri’s side overtake Liverpool to go second in the table.

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Ayoze Perez’s header beats Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster as Newcastle recorded their first win of the season. The 1-0 victory lifted Rafael Benitez’s side out of the relegation places.

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Everton’s Richardson celebrates after scoring in their 3-1 win over Brighton. The Brazilian forward’s brace took him to six Premier League goals for the season.

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