Premier League - Every goal in 90 seconds

Mon, 01 Nov 00:06:00 2010

Watch all the weekend's Premier League goals in a super-quick 90-second burst.

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Every goal in 90 seconds

The goals round-up will automatically launch in the picture box on the right and you can click the links underneath the picture for in-depth highlights of all the weekend's games (UK only).

Maxi Rodriguez scored four minutes from time to earn Liverpool a 1-0 win at Bolton Wanderers which lifted them out of the Premier League relegation zone on Sunday.

The Argentine midfielder latched on to a Fernando Torres backheel to secure a first away league win of the season for the 18-times champions who had again looked totally bereft of attacking ideas.

That was not the case at St James' Park where Newcastle United chalked up their biggest home win over local rivals Sunderland for more than half a century when they thrashed the 10-man Wearsiders 5-1 with a hat-trick from captain Kevin Nolan.

Although the visitors had Titus Bramble sent off after 53 minutes for a professional foul they were already 3-0 down.

Nolan put Newcastle two up with goals after 26 and 34 minutes and Shola Ameobi's penalty made it 3-0 at the break.

Ameobi added his second after 70 minutes after barnstorming striker Andy Carroll's header came back off the bar and Nolan nodded in the fifth five minutes later.

Darren Bent got Sunderland's goal in the dying minutes.

Aston Villa and Birmingham City drew 0-0 in the day's other derby.

Chelsea and Arsenal eked out gritty victories and Manchester United beat Tottenham Hotspur as usual with the help of a controversial goal on Saturday.

Leaders Chelsea snatched a 2-1 win at Blackburn Rovers through a late Branislav Ivanovic strike and Alex Song's 88th-minute header secured a 1-0 win for Arsenal over West Ham United.

Manchester United, who have not lost at home to Tottenham for 21 years, sunk their London rivals again as a Nemanja Vidic header and a bizarre late goal by Nani secured a 2-0 victory but big-spending Manchester City suffered a second successive loss, going down 2-1 at Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Chelsea lead the table with 25 points from 10 games, five ahead of Arsenal and United and eight clear of City.

There were also home wins for Everton and Fulham over Stoke and Wigan respectively.


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