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Barclays Premier League Reviews

Published:Monday | January 25, 2016 | 1:00 AM
AP Swansea City's Angel Rangel (right) fights for the ball against Everton's Steven Pienaar (centre) and Gareth Barry during the English Premier League soccer match at Goodison Park Stadium, Liverpool, England, yesterday.

Barclays Premier League Reviews

John Ley

CRYSTAL PALACE 1 TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 3

GOALS:- PALACE: VERTONGHEN OG 30th. TOTTENHAM: KANE 63rd; ALLI 84th; CHADLI 90th.

Dele Alli scored a wonder goal to put Tottenham into fourth place in the Barclays Premier League. Jan Vertonghen turned Wilfried Zaha's cross into his own net to put Palace ahead, but Harry Kane levelled. Then Alli flicked the ball over his head before volleying Spurs into the lead, while Nacer Chadli netted a late third.

LEICESTER CITY 3 STOKE CITY 0

GOALS:- LEICESTER: DRONKWATER 42nd; VARDY 66th; ULLOA 87th.

Leicester moved three points clear at the top of the Barclays Premier League on Saturday with an impressive win over Stoke. Danny Drinkwater gave Leicester the lead before Jamie Vardy ended his goal drought of 10 hours and 17 minutes and Leonardo Ulloa completed their 13th win of the season.

MANCHESTER UNITED 0 SOUTHAMPTON 1

GOAL:- SOUTHAMPTON: AUSTIN 87th.

Southampton substitute Charlie Austin scored the winner to punish lacklustre Manchester United at Old Trafford. Austin, signed last weekend from Queens Park Rangers, rose to head home an 87th minute free-kick. At the end, United manager Louis van Gaal and his players were booed off.

NORWICH CITY 4 LIVERPOOL 5

GOALS:- NORWICH: MBOKAI 29th; NAISMITH 41st; HOOLAHAN PEN 54th; BASSONG 90th. LIVERPOOL: FIRMINO 18th, 63rd; HENDERSON 55th; MILNER 75th; LALLANA 90th.

Liverpool come back from 3-1 down to steal a dramatic last-minute winner from Adam Lallana. Roberto Firmino put Liverpool ahead, but Dieumerci's Mbokani levelled before debutant Steven Naismith put the home side in front. Wes Hoolahan added a penalty, before Jordan Henderson and Firmino struck. James Milner put the away side ahead and though Sebastien Bassong netted in added time, Lallana delivered a twist.

SUNDERLAND 1 AFC BOURNEMOUTH 1

GOALS:- SUNDERLAND VAN AANHOLT 45th. BOURNEMOUTH: AFOBE 13th.

Patrick van Aanholt scored for the second game in a row as Sunderland came from behind to draw against relegation rivals Bournemouth. The visitors dominated the opening half-hour and took the lead through Benik Afobe's diving header. But Sunderland hit back through Van Aanholt, who collected Fabio Borini's through ball and shot past Artur Boruc.

WATFORD 2 NEWCASTLE UNITED 1

GOALS:- WATFORD: IGHALO 46th; CATHCART 58th. NEWCASTLE: LASCELLES 71st.

Odion Ighalo rediscovered his scoring touch as Watford won their first league game in six. The Nigerian striker went into the game without a goal since 28 December, but finally claimed his 14th of the season when he beat the offside trap to slot in Troy Deeney's through ball. He then set up Craig Cathcart, who drove in the second from six yards. Newcastle's Jamaal Lascelles headed home in the 71st minute to set up a tense finish.

WEST BROMWICH ALBION 0 ASTON VILLA 0

Aston Villa avoided defeat for a third successive Barclays Premier League match as they held neighbours West Bromwich Albion in an uninspiring stalemate. Villa could have been awarded a first-half penalty when Jordan Ayew appeared to be fouled by Albion defender Jonas Olsson. Albion failed to register a single shot on target, although Craig Dawson headed over and Stephane Sessegnon slashed wide after the break.

WEST HAM UNITED 2 MANCHESTER CITY 2

GOALS:- WEST HAM: VALENCIA 1st, 56th. CITY: AGUERO PEN 9th, 81st.

Manchester City lost ground on Barclays Premier League leaders Leicester City as Sergio Aguero scored twice to rescue a draw at West Ham. Enner Valencia struck from inside the area after 53 seconds for the Hammers, but Aguero equalised with a penalty after he had been fouled. The hosts regained the lead when Valencia capitalised on hesitant defending by Nicolas Otamendi to stab in. However, Aguero struck from 10 yards late on to earn his side a point.